The Cookham Social Club

Station Hill, Cookham, Berkshire SL6 9JF

Tel: 01628 810447


Cookham Social Club is located in the heart of Cookham Rise opposite Cookham Railway Station and next to Country stores.


Our Address is

Cookham Social Club

Station Hill




Tel: 01628 810447 or visit our face book page - Cookham S Club

It was founded in 1891 as a reading club and was then located in a house in Lower Road. The current building was built in 1901 on the death of Queen Victoria. It was built and owned by Mr Pinder-Brown. The Pinder-Brownís were a family well known in Cookham. In 1947 the building was offered for sale to the Social Club by Mr Pinder-Brown. It was then a Working Menís Club and Reading Rooms in the late 1960ís it changed its name to the Cookham Social Club.

The Cookham Social Club is a members only club, if you are not a member you can be signed in as a guest by a member. If you would like to join please ask for an application form from behind the bar.

The 2016 rates per annum are as follows, they are payable during January and are valid for one year.


Once-off joining fee - £10

Joint Membership - £15
Single Membership - £10
Joint OAP - £3
OAP - £2
Junior - £2

The Club is open daily from 12.00pm Ė 12am Monday to Saturday &  12pm - 11pm on Sundays

We have a Darts, Pool, Table Tennis & Cribbage teams that all play in local leagues, we also have traditional games available like shove halfpenny and dominoes for those that require these. We have annual competitions for all members for all of these games.

We have a large projector screen plus two large LED TVís that play all of the sports on Sky Sports & BT Sports including football, rugby, tennis, snooker, darts and all major sporting events.

There is varied entertainment about every six weeks, this takes place in several forms, there are Quiz Nights, Karaoke, Race Nights and different types of bands are invited to play, these have included Glam Rock, R & B, tribute acts and discoís.

We have Bingo every other Tuesday from 19.30pm.

The Social Club in the Early 20th Century The Social Club in 1999
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