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Ashford Road Social Club
17-18 Ashford Rd
Swindon, Wiltshire, SN1 3NT
Tel: 01793 534643 


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Swindon is famous for the Great Western Railway works, which has been brought alive at the award-winning museum. Swindon is also enriched with various forms of entertainment including Victorian parks and gardens, areas of extended woodlands, museums, galleries and centres of heritage. Music is very prominant in Swindon with a huge amoubt of festivals including Old Town Festival, Swindon Summer Festival, Forest Festival, World Music Festival and many more. For more up-beat entertainment there are a staggering array of bars, clubs and nightclubs ensure that there is always something to do. Shop till you drop in the town centre or at the fabulous Swindon Designer Outlet or small curiosity shops in Old Town. If sport is your thing then look no further as ice skating, swimming, hiking, cycling, golf, ten pin bowling, tennis, horse riding and many more are on offer. What's on in Swindon


Social Clubs in Swindon

Bourton Working Mens Club
Bourton Wiltshire SN6 8HZ
Tel: 01793 782511
Conservative Club
31 Church Street
Calne Wiltshire SN11 0HZ
Tel: 01249 813115
Conservative Social Club
53 High Street
Wootton Bassett Wiltshire SN4 7AQ
Tel: 01793 852468
Even Swindon Working Men's Club & Instit
Percy Street
Swindon Wiltshire SN2 2AZ
Tel: 01793 534761
Ferndale Working Mens Club
131 Ferndale Road
Swindon Wiltshire SN2 1BX
Tel: 01793 533021
Green Baize Social Club
Unit 2 Horham Crescent
Swindon Wiltshire SN3 2LX
Tel: 01793 617451
Lacock Working Mens Club
Chapel Hill
Lacock Wiltshire SN15 2LA
Tel: 01249 730365
 Marlborough & District Conservative Club
116 High Street
Marlborough Wiltshire SN8 1LZ
Tel: 01672 513476
Melksahm Conservative Club
17 Bank Street
Melksham Wiltshire SN12 6LE
Tel: 01225 704760
Melksham Labour Club
3 Lowbourne
Melksham Wiltshire SN12 7DZ
Tel: 01225 702408
Morris Street Working Mens Club
20 Morris Street
Rodbourne Wiltshire SN2 2HU
Tel: 01793 535734
North Swindon Working Mens Club
104 Cheney Manor Road
Swindon Wiltshire SN2 2NR
Tel: 01793 535184
Pressed Steel Fisher Sports & Social Club
Dockle Farm 2 Bridge End Road
Stratton St Margaret Wiltshire SN3 4PD
Tel: 01793 823586
Rudloe Social Club
Westwood Road
Corsham Wiltshire SN13 0NA
Tel: 01225 810218
Spencer Sports & Social Club
Beanacre Road
Melksham Wiltshire SN12 8AX
Tel: 01225 702216
Stanley Working Mens Club
144 Victoria Road
Swindon Wiltshire SN1 3BU
Tel: 01793 535120
Swindon Cycle Working Mens Club
33 Dixon Street
Swindon Wiltshire SN1 3PL
Tel: 01793 534577
The West End Working Mens Club & Institute
Audley Road
Chippenham Wiltshire SN14 0EP
Tel: 01249 652443
Westcott Place Working Men's Club
18 Marlborough Street
Swindon Wiltshire SN1 5HL
Tel: 01793 521729
Albion Sports & Social Club
62-64 Bridge Street
Swindon Wiltshire SN1 1BT
Tel: 01793 522147
Angel Bingo & Social Club
91 Marshfield Road
Chippenham Wiltshire SN15 1JR
Tel: 01249 651486
Bromham Working Mens Club
2 The Chantry
Bromham Wiltshire SN15 2ET
Tel: 01380 850330
Conservative Club
17 Bank Street
Melksham Wiltshire SN12 6LE
Tel: 01225 702886
Devizes & District Conservative Club
30 Long Street
Devizes Wiltshire SN10 1NW
Tel: 01380 722005
Ex Plessey Social Club
109-111 Cricklade Road
Swindon Wiltshire SN2 1AB
Tel: 01793 486223
Gorse Hill Working Mens Club
Chapel Street
Swindon Wiltshire SN2 8DA
Tel: 01793 522755
Kennet Social Club
Browfort Bath Road
Devizes Wiltshire SN10 2AT
Tel: 01380 729308
Loyalty Social Club
Woodlands Road
Chippenham Wiltshire SN14 0HF
Tel: 01249 655594
Mecca Social Club
Regent Circus
Swindon Wiltshire SN1 1PR
Tel: 01793 522750
Melksham Conservative Club
17 Bank Street
Melksham Wiltshire SN12 6LE
Tel: 01225 704760
Melksham Liberal Working Mens Club & Institute
26 Bank Street
Melksham Wiltshire SN12 7BH
Tel: 01225 702821
New Century Working Mens Club
Bright Street Gorse Hill
Swindon Wiltshire SN2 8BU
Tel: 01793 525743
Potterne Social Club
Ewarts Croft
Potterne Wiltshire SN10 5NE
Tel: 01380 726641
Rodbourne Cheney Working Mens Club
19 Moredon Road
Swindon Wiltshire SN25 3DF
Tel: 01793 535313
Seend Social Club
Rusty Lane
Seend Wiltshire SN12 6AA
Tel: 01380 828796
Stanford Social Club
Sheards Lane Stanford In The Vale
Stanford in the Vale Oxfordshire SN7 8LW
Tel: 01367 710734
Swindon Conservative Club
20 Bath Road
Swindon Wiltshire SN1 4BA
Tel: 01793 522779
Swindon Cycle Working Mens Club
33 Dixon Street
Swindon Wiltshire SN1 3PR
Tel: 01793 522842
Vale Of White Horse Social Club
38 High Street
Cricklade Wiltshire SN6 6AY
Tel: 01793 750325
Woodborough & District Social Club
Smithy Lane
Woodborough Wiltshire SN9 5PL
Tel: 01672 851579
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Swindon is a large town located in Wiltshire in the South West of England. The town is approximately midway between Bristol (64 km / 40 miles west) and Reading (64 km / 40 miles east) and about 130 km (81 miles) west of London. It is located on the main rail line between London and Bristol, and has one main train station which was refurbished in 2005. It was designated an 'Expanded' Town under the Town Development Act 1952, which led to a vast increase in the population of the town.[1] It is in the borough of Swindon, which has been a unitary authority independent of Wiltshire since 1998. In the 2001 census the population of the Swindon urban area was 155,432, whilst around 184,000 lived in the Borough, which includes the satellite towns of Highworth and Wroughton.
The original saxon settlement of Swindon sat in a defensible position atop a limestone hill. It is referred to in the Domesday Book as Suindune, a name believed to be derived from the Anglo-Saxon words swine and dun meaning 'pig hill', or possibly 'Sweyn's hill' where Sweyn would be the local landlord. Swindon remained a small market town, mainly for barter trade, until the mid-1800s. This original market area of Swindon is located on top of the hill in central Swindon and is now known as Old Town. The industrial revolution was responsible for an acceleration of Swindon's growth. It started with the construction of the Wilts and Berks Canal in 1810, and then the North Wilts canal in 1819. They brought trade to the area, and Swindon's population started to grow. 
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