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Seaford RBL. Facts and Questions - General information.



The rules on who can become a member were changed some years ago, removing the need for you to be ex-forces to join so now anyone can apply to be a member.


How do I become a member of The Seaford Royal British Legion Club?

Forms can be collected from the club bar or the membership secretary, Viv Timperley who carries a supply.


What does it cost?

Fees (correct as of September 2018 but may change without warning):


Initial membership fees are split between The Royal British Legion branch and RBL Seaford club and both are paid seperately.

You must join the branch before you can jon any RBL club.



Initial payment

35.00 cash or cheque. This covers the fees to branch and club and also the cost of your RBL Seaford door swipe card.

Subsequent years

Renewal is currently at 18.50 to branch AND 8.50 to RBL Seaford, a total of 27.00 per annum.

The branch fee is taken by direct debit/credit card whilst at present you are required to pay the club fee at the club in cash. There is a payments freephone number on the renewal letter.


Is there a minimum age requirement?

You must be 18 or over to apply.



Once the forms are completed, How soon can I start to use the club?

As soon as the vetting list is agreed by Branch and club committee members. Club committee meets every month.



Can I bring in a pet dog?


Pet dogs are welcomed but only within a designated area at the end of the club, accessed via the back door.

Access is subject to any other dogs already inside the club - including guide dogs and at the bar managers discretion.

Guide dogs are permitted at any time although there may need to be restrictions on occasions for safety.


Is there parking at the club?

There is limited parking at the front of the club with a few further spaces at the rear where there are also bays for disabled parking.



Is there disabled access and what disabled facilities are there within the club?

Access is via the rear of the club. Access to the club and throughout is at step free floor level, except for the snooker room, situated on the first floor and accessed via stairs.



Can I get vegitarian / vegan meals?

Yes. Please ask the catering team.



Can I reserve a table for Sunday lunch?

No. Sunday lunchtime is often very busy. We have small circular tables for up to four people with larger rectangular tables that can seat more.



How many people can I sign in as a member and are there any limitations?

You can sign in two people at any one time. A non-member can only be signed in once a month.



Can anyone come in to the club?

Yes but only if signed in by a club member.



Is there any Club dress policy?

No hats. No shorts or vests (men) in the evening.



Can I buy tea or coffee?

Yes. Available from the bar at any time when open.



Is food available from the bar when the kitchen is closed?

Only snacks - crisps, nuts etc.



Can I bring in my own food as I have dietry requirements?

This would have to be considered on an individual basis. Normally only food purchased within the club is permissable but please ask at the kitchen or the bar.



When and where is the annual general meeting held?

Usually it is early December. The exact date will be put on the interior club noticeboard and published on the website.





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Thank you.