Charlie Moffitt was the resident comedian at this social club that was briefly the centre of Street social life in the mid 1960s.

When working there, Minnie Caldwell fell and injured herself. Ena Sharples campaigned on her behalf, eventually winning compensation from Len Fairclough, the builder responsible for the staircase that caused the accident.

Amongst other entertainments held at the hall were the wrestling match that Stan Ogden took part in, and the singing contest won by Lucille Hewitt, in which Annie Walker was most disappointed to be 'merely' second.

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