A little bit about Burgess Hill Constitutional Club
The Burgess Hill Constitutional Club was established in Burgess Hill, having been founded in 1964 as The Mid Sussex Conservative Club. Originally, members met in The Railway Pub but subsequently moved in to rooms above The Old Police Station (now LloydsTSB Bank) in Church Road. In 1970 the club moved to it's present location in Cyprus Road. The club changed to the new name in 2017
The Burgess Hill Constitutional Club welcomes children at any time but please note the club can get very busy on a Saturday evening.
Visiting Clubs- for group visits, please make prior arrangements on 01444 241 992. If required, we can arrange food for visiting clubs (also by prior arrangement)
All members must comply with the rules of the Club. A copy of the rule book is on the Club notice board.
Here is a brief summary of some of the rules...
All members whilst on the Club premises shall maintain a suitable standard of dress as the Committee in their absolute discretion shall decide.
No unlawful betting, drunkenness, bad language, or disorderly conduct shall be permitted on the Club premises.
It shall be the duty of any member of the Committee or member of the Club to take every available means for putting a stop to the offences in question and to report them forthwith to the Committee through the Secretary.
Only drink provided by the Club may be consumed in the premises
There is a 9pm curfew for under 14 year olds in the area adjoining the bar and the upper deck. Children are allowed in the function room after this time but must be supervised at all times.
We have two full size snooker tables, in a dedicated snooker room. At present we enter two teams in the Mid-Sussex Snooker League.
The club can hold 175 members and guests, and includes a dance floor & seating areas
We also have a competition pool table with four teams playing in the Mid Sussex Pool League.
There are darts which is supported with three teams in local leagues.
Our Golf Society organises frequent golf days during the year.
Other activities include cricket during the summer, and various in-house tournaments (snooker, pool, darts, cribbage, dominoes, etc) throughout the year.
There are also a few games which are held behind the bar – please ask
The club sells a good range of soft drinks, crisps and other savoury snacks.
The club does not have any child minding facilities, so all children are required to be accompanied by an adult, and members are responsible for any children that they bring into the club. All visitors, including anyone under the age of 18, are required to be signed in by a Club member. This is a requirement of our club licence which we have to comply with.