About The Club
The history of the building which houses the Club can be traced back to 1934 when it was then known as Wallasey Badminton Club. During this period indoor tennis and badminton was played on the premises. The building was taken over and used by the Home Guard during the Second World War.
The Bronze Sports & Social Club as we know it today was established in1947, as a Working men's club for employees of the local factory, Stone Manganese Marine Ltd, Who at that time were the largest manufacturers of ships propellers in the world. Because of a downturn in the fortunes of the factory and a reduction in its workforce, the club came up for sale and was purchased by the members, in 1989, with the assistance of Brewery Loans.
The club today is totally self-sufficient and owned in it's entirety by the members. It has a thriving membership of 600 of which 140 members are Senior Citizens. We aim to provide a club where members and their guests can meet in a pleasant and convivial atmosphere, to enjoy a drink and be entertained.
It is also our aim to support the various Sporting Sections within the club. We have 3 snooker teams which play in the Wallasey League and a bowls section playing at Central Park who are members of the Wallasey Bowls league and also plays in the Birkenhead Afternoon league. We also have thriving Golf section who meet every Saturday morning at Arrowe Park for a 10.00 am Tee, they have at present 30 playing members with a number of low and High Handicap players.
In addition, we have a Very well supported Line Dance Section, meeting every week and a Quiz Section, in existence since 1989, and meeting once a fortnight.We are affiliated to the Manchester Branch of the Club Institute Union (CIU).Amongst other benefits this provides our members with the opportunity to visit any club in the country which is also affiliated to (CIU).