Denviles House


Welcome to the Denvilles Club Web Site

Denvilles Club is a Private Members' Social Club and has a High Class Restaurant

Denvilles Club is situated approximately half a mile east of Havant Town Centre. Denvilles House dates back to the 19th Century and sits in extensive grounds with ample free car parking. The club facilities are available to hire for Private Functions.

Denvilles Club is affiliated to the Association of Conservative Clubs.

After 11 years at the Club Chef Sam is moving on to pastures new. We wish him well in the future and know he will make a success of whatever he does and wherever he goes in the years ahead. He has started to remove his property from the Club premises.

Unfortunately this means that there will be no lunches or evening meals until we can find a new Chef/Cook to take over the franchise for catering, for both the Restaurant and Club/Panel Rooms so if you think you may know someone who could be suitable please call our Club Secretary , Pat Bolton, on 023 9249 2281 or send an email to

Fortunately we have someone prepared to do outside catering for cold buffets so we can still have functions and events with food, such as birthday and anniversary celebrations or wakes, etc.

Also, if you have any comments about changes you would like to see with the catering, please let Pat know. It is always interesting to hear people’s ideas and it would be very useful to know what you would like to see at our Club.

The Club has reverted to normal procedures since Monday 19 July 2021

Social distancing has been removed and it is no longer essential to wear a face mask in the Club, though we appreciate many people will prefer to continue wearing a mask when moving around the building especially when there are larger numbers of people in here (that will be a very happy time!)  We do still have hand sanitisers around the building and ask you to use them appropriately.

Service at table has been discontinued and members can approach the bar and order (and pick up drinks) then sit down at a table.  There is no restriction on number of people at a table, other than the number of chairs available!  At this time we are not allowing bar stools at the bar to protect our bar staff.

It is no longer a legal requirement to register for NHS Test and Trace using the paper lists kept on the bar or your smartphone to scan the QR code on the pillar in the Club Room in front of the bar, however you are still encouraged to do so.

We are starting our live entertainment evenings again on some Saturdays beginning on Saturday 24 July so please watch the noticeboards in the Club and the website for up-to-date details.  There is no need to reserve seats in advance – again it is first come, first served and we look forward to seeing you enjoying yourselves.

The Card Room is now open for use by the Club Whist and Crib groups on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and we hope the U3A groups will be back soon on Monday and Friday mornings.

In the Snooker Room both tables will be available for use during opening hours and for this we are still taking bookings for regular weekly players.  Please talk to the Bar Staff to reserve a table.

Currently our opening hours are :

Monday and Wednesday

12 noon to 8pm

Tuesday and Thursday

12 noon to 9pm


12 noon to 10pm


6pm to 11pm


12 noon to 4pm

We can be flexible if enough people want to stay and drink and the bar staff are willing to stay later, but during the week if there is no-one in the Club at 7pm the staff will start to close down, so saving us money.

Our AGM will be held on Wednesday 28 July at 7.30pm and this year we have no new names proposed for the committee so there is no need for voting before the AGM. 

Only fully paid up members for 2021 can attend the AGM so if you haven’t yet got round to renewing your membership there is still time, just for this year, so please contact me, Pat Bolton, at, and I look forward to taking some money off you – for the best possible reason - to keep our Club running for you to enjoy.

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