Tenby and County Club
The Croft, Tenby SA70 8AP Telephone: 842419
Home of Tenby Male Choir
Choir rehearsal on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7:45 for 8pm
(concerts permitting)
club door
Tenby and County Club, a grade II listed building, is one of the county's oldest private members' clubs.  In 2008 it will celebrate its 130th anniversary.
The club was built in 1877, opening its doors in 1878 as an elite establishment.  Smartly dressed waiters would attend the members whilst they relaxed playing billiards and cards.  At that time the membership generally comprised gentry and businessmen of the local community.  In contrast, today's members are of all ages and from all walks of life, male and female.  The club boasts two snooker rooms, each having great character and a first class table.
The choir's rehearsal room is on the first floor.  The Tenby and County Club became the home of Tenby Male Choir in 1987.  The choir is now an integral part of the County Club set up.
Members and guests can relax with a drink and enjoy the club's special atmosphere, and its  fantastic views over Tenby Harbour and Carmarthen Bay.  On Tuesday evenings visitors are welcome to attend the choir's rehearsal and may savour a unique experience of a Welsh male voice choir.
This is a view from our rehearsal room at dusk:
rehearsal room
We would like to challenge anyone to find a more inspiring setting for a choir's home.

View of the County Club from the Croft
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View of the Bar after a recent concert with the Romsey choir.

View of the County Club from the Croft
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