Date:Sunday October 9 2011
The KSC 110 Club on Yorkshire Street, near to Turf Moor is used by users of the Vital Burnley Clarets website as a venue for meetings and social meet-ups ahead of Burnley`s home games. We are therefore delighted to help promote their new TV Live Sports entertainment.
The club have introduced large screens to view live sports events and you can now watch sports coverage by Sky and ESPN seven days a week. The channels available include Sky 1-4, Sky News, Sky Sports News and ESPN.
Why not nip along and watch the live events in comfort and take in a drink or two with your mates? I am sure, mein host, Edward Donnelly and his staff will be pleased to see you and will make you feel welcome.
It would be great also if more Vital Burnley posters came along before our home game for a friendly and informal meet-up.
The venue is also used by a number of Clarets Trust Board members (including your Editor) so if you wish you could ask some of us who are usually present anything you like regarding the Trusts aims and activities.
If you have any concerns about the football club we all love, then tell the Trust. We may be able to help! We hope to see some of you there
If you want to know more about the club`s facilities and how to get there then please read on:
How to get there
The KSC 110 club is on the corner of Yorkshire Street and Albert Street and is situated less than 10 minutes walk from any turnstile on Turf Moor (see address and map below)
KSC 110 Club, 1 Albert Street, Burnley, Lancashire BB11 3BY, 01282 422571
The Club`s Facilities
The club sell Moorhouse`s Cask Premier Bitter plus ranges of other draught and bottled beers, lagers (e.g. Thwaites, Tetley and Guinness) along with a comprehensive selection of soft drinks, wines and spirits at very reasonable prices. There are bars and spacious comfortable seating (and standing) areas on three floors which are always open before matches played on a Saturday. Food is also available for purchase before matches played on a Saturday afternoon and at other times if possible. The ground floor room has two large televisions, the first floor room has a large TV projector screen and the second floor room has a large screen TV, two full size snooker tables, a pool table and two dart boards.
A season membership scheme is currently offered for £5 per person with renewals due in August each year. Children are welcome provided they are kept under parental control. Watch out in the future for possible special discounts for Vital Burnley posters using the Club
Date:Sunday October 9 2011
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