Thank you for visiting the Woldingham Village Club website. We hope you spend a few minutes browsing our website to learn more about our Club and village or just to find the information you need. 

The Woldingham Village Club is located in the heart of Woldingham, a small village in the Surrey Hills, a designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty', in southern England in the United Kingdom.

The Club has changed a great deal over the last 99 years since its foundation in 1920 and has thrived in good times as well as survived in bad times. Yet the underlying principles of voluntary, not for profit, service to the Woldingham community have not changed. The Club still depends on the support and generosity of the people of Woldingham and surrounding districts as well as those who volunteer their services for free.

If you're not a Club member already, we hope that you will consider joining the Club and become a regular visitor and supporter of the Woldingham Village Club. There will always be a warm welcome for you, your family and friends.

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Whether you are a member of the Club or not, why not book the Club and its facilities as the venue for your function such as a birthday party, an engagement party, a wedding reception, an anniversary, a christening, a corporate event or a funeral reception?  However, please note that exceptionally the Club does not cater for 18th birthday parties. The Club will provide a fully licensed bar service, as required. You may provide your own food and entertainment too or let the Club provide them. And, all venue bookings are at competitive rates.

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England v Montenegro

(UEFA EURO 2020 Qualifier)

Thursday, 14 November 2019

at 7:45pm

England's players will wear "legacy numbers" on their shirts against Montenegro o mark the nation's 1,000th international. Every player to have represented England in the past 147 years will be given their own number. Former captains and members of the 1966 World Cup-winning team will be at Wembley Stadium to mark the occasion.

Brazilian Formula One

Grand Prix

Sunday, 17 November 2019

at 5:10pm

The 2019 Formula 1 season is entering the final corner, and while Lewis Hamilton has already secured the World Drivers’ Championship title, there’s still plenty to play for. Ferrari duo Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc have battled away with each other, particularly in the latter half of this season. If you don't care for football, watch the race!

Wine Tasting Evening

Thursday, 14 November 2019

at 8:00pm

Are you doing much this Thursday evening, 14 November? If not, why not get along to the Club's annual wine tasting evening? We shall have a wide selection of wines for you to try and give us your considered opinion. Your views will help the Club choose its stock of wines for 2020. Apart from that, enjoy a relaxed evening and enjoy the wine!

Manchester City v Chelsea

(Premier League)

Saturday, 23 November 2019

at 5:30pm

Pep Guardiola's Man City desperately need to get back on track in title race following their Anfield disaster... but with Frank Lampard's resurgent Chelsea up next, things could go from bad to worse.  Lampard's side are now a point and a place above City in the table and one of the league's form sides, so it's far from an easy proposition  for City.

Kosovo v England

(UEFA EURO 2020 Qualifier)

Sunday, 17 November 2019

at 5:00pm

The Three Lions know that they can secure their place at next summer’s finals with a point, and they have a chance to do that in front of a Wembley crowd when Montenegro are the visitors for what will be England’s 1000th men’s senior international. After that, it’s England's first trip to Kosovo, the return match of a thrilling encounter in September.

Sheffield Utd v Manchester Utd

(Premier League)

Sunday, 24 November 2019

at 4:30pm

Sheffield United and Manchester United have played each on 93 occasions since 25 November 1893 almost 126 years ago to the day. Manchester United have has the upper hand winning some 44 clashes against the Sheffield side's 24 games leaving 15 games drawn between them. With Sheffield in 5th place in the table, they must look favourites?