In addition to clubs and groups, Thorngate Halls is home to many other facilities, from childcare to great value food and drink it is a great place to spend time with the whole family.
The Agnew Lounge Bar is fully licensed and has a cosy, friendly atmosphere. It is an ideal venue for GCA Members to relax, socialise, and take advantage of Club Bar Prices. There is also free entertainment which includes live music, quizzes, karaoke, and much, much more.
Facilities include a gaming machine, jukebox, pool table, and dart board.
AGNEW BAR OPENING TIMES
Tuesday 18.30 – 23.00
Thursday 18.30 – 23.00
Friday 13.00 – 23.00
Saturday 12.00 – 23.30
Sunday 12.00 – 18.30
Bank Holiday Mondays 12.00 - 18.30
All Full and Associate members are able to upgrade their membership for use of the Members Bar.
We operate an Automatic Number Plate Recognition camera system.
Parking charges apply as follows
Monday - Friday - 7.00 - 19.00
£1.00 per hour up to £10.00
Saturday and Sunday - £2.00 all day.
Pay within 20 minutes of your arrival at one of our three meters, by cash, card or app.
Please retain your receipt for 31 days.
Please note, Blue Badge holders are also subject to parking charges.
CLAIRE'S AT BURY HOUSE
Open Tuesday – Saturday - 9.30 - 15.30
Sunday Lunches – 12.00 - 15.00
Claire on 07305 535869 firstname.lastname@example.org
Claire’s at Bury House offers a wide selection of food including breakfasts, lunches, and afternoon teas, something to suit all tastes.
All dietary needs are catered for.
Available for private hire or event catering.
GOSPORT HOSPITAL RADIO
Paul Dodd - 02392 601600
The organisation is staffed entirely by people who give up some of their spare time to present shows, raise funds, deal with administration, look after the studio equipment and maintain the stations' website.
Gosport Hospital Radio is always looking for people to join them and help keep the station operating 24 hours a day, every day.
They offer full training and support to everyone who becomes involved and all they ask in return is help with fundraising and that you enjoy what you do for the station.
Bringing Gosport closer to the patients and staff of the War Memorial hospital is why Gosport Hospital Radio exists. What they do through music, chat, interviews, and local news keeps patients connected with the local area of Gosport, with their friends and family. They also promote the activities and opportunities that other local clubs, groups, and charities offer to the community.