The Tintinhull Working Mens Club is located in Vicarage Street, Tintinhull. The club is made up of members and is run by a dedicated committee. The club was originally founded in 1907 by the Southcombe brothers. Although a member's club, new members are always welcome, and will be able to make use of a welcoming bar with large screen tv, pool table, darts and two skittle alleys which also doubles as a function room, available for hire. The annual membership fee for 16 yrs and over is £5.00 , £2.50 for senior citizens. There is a membership draw every Saturday at 10pm, although you must be present at the time of the draw in order to be in for a chance to win.
To become a member you need to fill out a membership form be proposed by a member and endorsed by a committee member.
The Tintinhull Working Mens Club
2 Vicarage Street
Every Wednesday there is a post office that opens in the working men club and institute from 9:30am to 12:30pm. Light refreshments are available from 10am to 12pm