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 Working mens clubs are on the decline across the UK.  Once a community hub; gentrification, bargain basement booze and little interest from the younger generation who would have once stepped into their parents club going shoes, their members are rapidly dwindling.  Dunston Social Club - The Clav - has lost 200 members in 3 years down to them not actually being able to make it the club, or they have passed away.  Still, they are community driven. The Clav hosts a number of events: weekly singers in the lounge, a Rock n Roll dance night twice a month, and their concert room hosts bands, partied and weddings, along side the main stay of bingo and dominoes.

Working mens clubs are on the decline across the UK.

Once a community hub; gentrification, bargain basement booze and little interest from the younger generation who would have once stepped into their parents club going shoes, their members are rapidly dwindling.

Dunston Social Club - The Clav - has lost 200 members in 3 years down to them not actually being able to make it the club, or they have passed away.

Still, they are community driven. The Clav hosts a number of events: weekly singers in the lounge, a Rock n Roll dance night twice a month, and their concert room hosts bands, partied and weddings, along side the main stay of bingo and dominoes.

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Working mens clubs are on the decline across the UK.

Once a community hub; gentrification, bargain basement booze and little interest from the younger generation who would have once stepped into their parents club going shoes, their members are rapidly dwindling.

Dunston Social Club - The Clav - has lost 200 members in 3 years down to them not actually being able to make it the club, or they have passed away.

Still, they are community driven. The Clav hosts a number of events: weekly singers in the lounge, a Rock n Roll dance night twice a month, and their concert room hosts bands, partied and weddings, along side the main stay of bingo and dominoes.

 Working mens clubs are on the decline across the UK.  Once a community hub; gentrification, bargain basement booze and little interest from the younger generation who would have once stepped into their parents club going shoes, their members are rapidly dwindling.  Dunston Social Club - The Clav - has lost 200 members in 3 years down to them not actually being able to make it the club, or they have passed away.  Still, they are community driven. The Clav hosts a number of events: weekly singers in the lounge, a Rock n Roll dance night twice a month, and their concert room hosts bands, partied and weddings, along side the main stay of bingo and dominoes.
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