The Brimington Club started in 1903 as   “Brimington’s new institute,”   donated to the parish by Charles P. Markham (A director of Staveley Coal & Iron Company ) who purchased it for the sum of £1200. The brick & corrugated iron building had a billiard room, library,reading room, bar , kitchen and a bedroom for the steward.

Over the years the building has gone through many transformations  bringing it up to its current status.” The Brimington Social Club”.  as it is now known, boasts a large Concert Room with stage and a seating capacity of 250, a generous Tap Room with TWO pool tables, dart board an area for cards and dominoes  , THREE 42″ television sets, slot machines and a quiz machine. A large “L” shaped newly refurbished bar which carries a good selection of draught beers and lagers backed up by a wide range of bottled products, services all rooms. There is a large secure car park with CCTV  and a covered heated smoking area.

BRIMINGTON  SOCIAL CLUB   IS A MEMBERS ONLY CLUB,      although the general public are welcome to enjoy the facilities of the club on certain nights for which we obtain a special license.  We welcome new members who would be asked to pay an annual membership fee of £3.  this would give access to all the clubs facilities    . (Membership application forms are available from the bar or in the foyer..) Door spot  checks will be carried out from time to time to ensure that ALL pay membership.

The Brimington Social Club is situated on High Street  in the village of Brimington, approx 3 miles east of Chesterfield on the A619 Worksop road.


Chesterfield itself has the famous “Crooked  Spire” Chesterfield’s parish church and the trade mark of many local business’s and also the historic outdoor market where in addition to the conventional market we also have a Farmers market,Victorian market and Continental market from time to time. Approx, 10 miles to the west is The Peak District National Park  in which sits Chatsworth House, the residence of the Duke & Duchess of Devonshire this historic building is open to the public and provides an educational and pleasant day out for all the family.