The Brookdale Club is a members social Club with many different activities, from Bowling and Bridge to Theatre and Travel. It is proud of its history and its aims – A club for Members run by the Members.

Members join the club for an annual fee and then join sections as the wish.  Sections charge between £1 and £5 a year to cover their admin.

All club members can attend any (or all) COFFEE MORNING without being a member of that section.

People often drive past and wonder what goes on at “The Brookdale”. It is a club made up of many sections (see panel on lower left) with each section having its own committee which determines the activities of that section.  There are also a number of club wide functions from a New Year Ball to a Charity Day.

The Club is situated in the South Stockport area on Bridge Lane, Bramhall SK7 3AB (Google Map). For details of the various sections, please select from the full list on the right or scroll down to see a short description of each section.

Potential new members: You can talk to a member of the club about any of the activities.  Call us on 0161 302 2 302 – select the option for information about the club.

Andante Concert 9/12/17

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If you enjoy singing in harmony, and would like the opportunity to do so on a regular basis, then Andante may well be for you. We are a friendly, mixed choir who meet on Wednesday evenings in the Jubilee Room and aim to put on two performances a year, a Sing-Along Coffee Morning in the …

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Do you like painting? are you a beginner, or more advanced? We look forward to meeting you. The Art Group began as a result of popular demand in February 1999 when a few enthusiasts tried a six months trial holding one Art Session a week. Very quickly we became a Section of the Brookdale Club …

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The Bowling Section was formed in 1974 becoming a full blown section in in 1988. Short mat bowling was introduced in 1990 providing the section with year round activity. The Bowling Section is a very friendly social group and any member of the Bookdale Club wishing to join them may be certain of a warm …

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 The Bridge Section currently has over 300 members, making it one of the largest sections in the club. The weekly programme of events include Rubber and Duplicate Bridge sessions with teams of Four held in the Winter.  New members are made very welcome and Beginners and Improvers sessions are held weekly. For session times and …

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Bridge News

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[timed ondate=”20120701″ offdate=”20121110″]See Poster below for Supper Dance[/timed] This friendly section meets on Wednesday evenings from the beginning of September to the end of July for social sequence dancing. (Occasionally we miss a week because of other commitments in the hall). Our dances include many old favourites and sometimes we attempt to learn new ones. New members …

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Brookdale Gardening Section has approximately 200 members. Brookdale Gardening Section was formed in the season of 1968/69 and became a section in 1971/72. The activities are varied, being made up of Coffee Mornings, combined with competitions and social evenings. By being present at any of the Gardeners functions, you do not need to be a …

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Luncheon Club

The Luncheon Club (previously known as: “The Walrus Section/ Society”)  began its life some 40 plus years ago and was formed so that Members who had ceased an active business life i.e. retired or otherwise, could meet together at the Clubhouse – formerly in the Bar Lounge, now in the Main Hall – on the …

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[google-translator] The Linguists are composed of the five groups detailed below:- Welsh Group The Welsh group is a small, friendly section. It meets fortnightly to further its knowledge of Wales and the Welsh language. Times are arranged to suit members so please phone the contact for further details. Contact George Beaumont – 0161 439 5445 …

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The Brookdale Ramblers Section is open to all Brookdale club members. We organise 3 events per month – two walks and one stroll. The Ramble takes place on the second Thursday in the month covering between 4 and 5 miles. Lunch is taken at a pub at the end of the walk. It is advisable …

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Table Top Sales

Please check the calendar (click here) for the next Sale. They are held on Sundays and are shown in blue on the calendar.   Table Top Sales Events: 0161 302 2 302 – Answer phone service. Doors Open 9.15 a.m. on Sale Day.  Last Admission 11.45 a.m. Stall Holders have access from 7.45 a.m.   Future Dates: …

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Brookdale Theatre is always on the lookout for talented actors and actresses to take part in the 5 productions we hold each year with auditions normally held in May/June. We aim to have a varied programme throughout our season (October- May) and usually this involves one musical, one Youth Theatre production and either 3 plays …

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The Travel Club dates from 1986, with an aim of ‘Promoting group travel for Club members’. We meet socially on the third Friday of the month, mainly for a varied programme of talks on travel related subjects. In October we have an Autumn Supper and an Annual Lunch is held in March. A Coffee Morning is held on the third Saturday in August. In common with other sections our AGM is held in …

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Wine and Food

The Society was formed in 1978 by a group of home wine and beer enthusiast members. Times change, and with the advent of cheap good quality supermarket wines we no longer brew wine. The section, which meets on the second Friday each month, has developed more into a wine and food appreciation Society. We hold …

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