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Membership Cards

The Club has membership 'cards for life'. 


BENEFITS:​

  • Only members will be able to benefit from the Member's discount as proof of membership is visible, currently some non-members claim to be members who have forgotten their cards and have fraudulently received the discount

  • Enables renewals to be managed more efficiently 

  • Saves printing new cards on a continuous basis 

  • A member only needs to collect a new card once

 
FAQs:

Q: I have just joined the Club and want to use my card immediately to get the discount?

A: Until your 'own' card has been issued you can request a temporary membership card which you then swap for you own card when it is ready.  The temporary cards are in the office.  The staff in the Cafe or Members' Bar can get this for you from the office if the office is closed

 

Q: How do I use my new card?
A: The bar or cafe staff member will take your card and tap it on a special card reader attached to the till.  The till will display your name and will also display if a junior


Q: How do I get my new card?
A: Your card can be obtained from the office.  Staff in the cafe or Member's Bar (whichever is open) can get your card from the office.  They are in a box in alphabetical order - please do not take the other cards out of the box.  You will be asked to sign for the card

 

Q: Can I put funds onto my card?
A: Yes, tell the person in the cafe or bar that you want to load money on your membership card and say how much.  Then provide the debit/credit card or cash to pay for it

Q: Will the new card open the front door?
A: Yes it will open the front door

 

Q: What do I do with any old cards I may have?
A: Throw them 
away
 

Q: What happens if I lose my card?
A: Please tell us asap that this has happened.  We will issue you with a new card with a different number at a cost of £5.  If you have money on the lost card we will transfer this to the new card

 

Q: Will the new card open the snooker room doors?
A: Yes, there is a card reader on the back door to the Snooker room

 

Q: What does a card look like?
A: 

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