In the Clubhouse
Smart casual clothes are to be worn on Club Social Occasions and in the dining room on Sunday lunchtimes, Saturday evenings and at the far end of the dining room on all occasions. Also in the front lounge bar on Sunday lunchtimes:- Buttoned through, sleeved, collared shirts tucked into trousers. Tailored full length trousers. Tailored jacket and tie preferred but are optional. No jumpers or sweaters.
Casual clothes can be worn in all parts of the Clubhouse except when smart casual is required as above:- Sleeved and collared shirts tucked into trousers. Tailored full length trousers.
Shoes are required to be worn with socks in the Clubhouse.
No hats or caps to be worn in the Clubhouse.
Grey trousers, white long or short sleeved sports or tailored shirts tucked in and with a collar. Visitors with Club shirt, colours similar. White trousers may be required on special occasions.
Bowls shoes – brown (white or grey are acceptable).
Denims or jeans of any type. Track suits, leisure suits, shell suits or parts thereof, trainers, plimsolls, T-shirts or football/rugby style shirts either in the Clubhouse or on the Green.
Any Member or Visitor who has dressed improperly will be asked to retire to obtain the correct dress.
The Captain, Lady Captain, Vice Captains, Secretary, Members of the Management Committee, House Manager, Bar and Catering Staff have authority in this matter.
The Captain and Lady Captain or in their absence the Secretary or Chair of Management have authority to relax the dress code when deemed appropriate. Members and Visitors should not deviate without their permission.