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HODS Event:

The Harrogate Club

The Harrogate Club
36 Victoria Avenue, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG1 5PR

Harrogate Club was founded in 1857 on Devonshire Place and moved to its present, custom-built premises in 1886. The building is a double bow-fronted Victorian house containing much original furnishing and decoration.

The billiards room on the first floor was once patronised by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Sir Titus Salt. The building was extensively redecorated in 2020 with displays of portraits from the Borough Council's collection. The tour is organised by the Harrogate Club Archive Group.

Event Times
Saturday 17 September: 1100-1200
Booking Details
Pre-booking: Required
Booking Contact: Mrs Terry McMurdo
Call: 01423 540258
Partial disabled access - we regret there is no wheelchair access, owing to entrance steps. The tours will involve staircase access to upper floors.

Additional Information
Max 20 people per tour/session. 1 to 1.5 hours Refreshments available at a small charge or voluntary donation. Contact for the day: Mrs Terry McMurdo (01423 540258)
Organised by
Harrogate Club

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