The status of a private members’ club is that public access is restricted; you have to be a member, or signed in by a member to gain entry the premises.
This type of establishment could be anything from an exclusive city based members’ club for an elite clientele, to sporting clubs, local social clubs and working men’s clubs. Although Private members’ clubs share in common the fact that they serve food and alcohol and offer entertainment to their members and guests, the licensing Act 2003 recognises a difference between clubs run for social purposes and those run on a commercial basis for profit.
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