About us

The SVRA Club was opened in 1977 and as well as having a members' bar (new members always welcome, membership is Free) we have a function hall that can cater for a variety of events. We also have a recently landscaped garden area with lighting and heaters.

Please note Southcott Management share the building but are a separate company, their contact number is 01525 372751

In the bar we have:

Sky and BT Sports channels

A Pool table

A dart board

Competitive prices

We also host a variety of events including quizzes, bingo nights, family days, local live bands.

The Club sponsors local football & pool teams and supports local charities.

Don’t Forget there is a life Saving Defibrillator donated to the community by Southcott Village Residents Association, on the front wall of the Community Centre, Opposite Tesco Express

Don’t be afraid of using a defibrillator, YOU could Save a LIFE! The device will talk you through the process step by step.

4 steps to take if someone is having a Cardiac Arrest

Cardiac arrests can happen to anyone, at any time. The following steps give someone the best chance of survival. If you come across someone in cardiac arrest:

1. Call 999

2. Start CPR

3. Ask someone to bring the defibrillator from the front of the SVRA Club

4. Turn on the defibrillator and follow its instructions

A defibrillator is a device that gives a high energy electric shock to the heart of someone who is in cardiac arrest

If you come across someone who is unconscious, unresponsive, not breathing or not breathing normally, they’re in cardiac arrest. The most important thing is to call 999 and start CPR to keep the blood flowing to the brain and around the body. After a cardiac arrest, every minute without CPR and defibrillation reduces someone's chance of survival by 10 per cent.

If you're on your own, don't interrupt the CPR to go and get a defibrillator. If it's possible, send someone else to collect it.

To use a defibrillator, follow these simple steps:

Step 1: Turn the defibrillator on by pressing the green button and follow its instructions.

Step 2: Peel off the sticky pads and attach them to the patient’s skin, one on each side of the chest, as shown in the picture on the defibrillator.

Step 3: Once the pads have been attached, stop CPR and don’t touch the patient. The defibrillator will then analyse the patient’s heart rhythm.

Step 4: The defibrillator will assess whether a shock is needed and if so, it will tell you to press the shock button. An automatic defibrillator will shock the patient without prompt. Do not touch the patient while they are being shocked.

Step 5: The defibrillator will tell you when the shock has been delivered and whether you need to continue CPR.

Step 6: Continue with chest compressions and rescue breaths until the patient shows signs of life or the defibrillator tells you to stop so it can analyse the heartbeat again.

The link below is a video demonstration.

youtu.be/YbjcCjSNvUY

The Club is run by a committee of volunteers.

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Facilities

AirconBeer gardenCar parkDisabled facilitiesDogs allowedFamily friendlyFunction roomOutside areaReal aleSmoking areaWiFi freeComedyDart boardDJKaraokeLive musicPool tableQuiz nightsBig screenBT SportCricketFootballRacing ChannelRugbySky SportsTerrestrial TVMember Club

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Opening Times

Mon16:00 – 23:00
Tue16:00 – 23:00
Wed16:00 – 23:00
Thur16:00 – 23:00
Fri16:00 – 23:00
Sat13:00 – 23:00
Sun12:00 – 21:00

Food & drink

Wide range of drinks available at the bar, offering a selection of real ales, lagers & ciders, quality wines, spirits and soft drinks.

Available on draught are:
Foster's
Guinness
John Smith's
Heineken
Strongbow Cloudy Apple Cider
Strongbow Fruit Cider
Amstel
Doombar
Guest ales

Sorry, we don't have any menus listed at the moment.