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BYKER & ST PETER'S WORKING MENS CLUB 1970's BRITAIN NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE. (18 images)

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Working men's clubs are a type of private social club founded in the 19th century in industrial areas of Great Britain, particularly the North of England, to provide recreation and education for working class men and their families. There are 3,000 working men's clubs in the UK. Despite the educational ambitions, most working men's clubs are recreational. Typically, clubs have a bar for the sale and...
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