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CANTERBURY.COM.AU

MAY/JUNE 2017 NO.89


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Authorised under NSW Permit LTPS/17/12718

03 CEO’S REPORT

18 BANYAN BRASSERIE

34 THE LAKEMBA CLUB

04 60TH ANNIVERSARY

22 CALENDAR

36 THE ISLANDS

12 DEVELOPMENT

24 ENTERTAINMENT

13 COMMUNITY

28 DYNASTY

38 CANTERBURY BANKSTOWN TENNIS & BOWLS CLUB

14 BAKEHOUSE CAFÉ

30 C-LIFE

42 INFORMATION

16 FLAME PIZZA + GRILL

COVER: Celebrate Canterbury turning 60 this year on 6 June with this special 60th anniversary edition of the magazine.

FO L L OW US

Canterbury Leagues Club

@Canterbury_LC

@canterburyleaguesclub


CEO’S REPORT the Club’s history. While we did experience a small downturn in trade towards the back end of 2016 when the carpark excavation was in full swing, as the heavy demolition work was completed and Bakehouse Café opened, we have seen our trade return. The new car park continues to progress upwards and at the time of writing the builders were up to the 4th (of 5) level. After staring down into a deep hole just a few months ago it is amazing that now we’re only a couple of months away from the car park being built back up to ground level. Once the structure has been completed, the builders will commence the lengthy fitout process including the lifts before reinstating the Club’s beautiful gardens on top. When the car park has topped out work will also commence to extend the Club at the front to construct the new outdoor dining terrace and outdoor lounge above. Along with the work that Members can see, there has been a huge amount of work happening behind the scenes to future proof the Club and set us up for developments beyond this project. The last of the temporary support structures in the driveway entrance have been removed and Members now have unimpeded access into the car park. A new diesel generator has been installed on the roof to ensure continuity of operations during power outages and we are in the final stages of commissioning a new air conditioning system, which will ensure that the Club can sustain a comfortable ambience even during the hottest of summers. Happy Mother’s Day to all our mums, In June Canterbury League Club will celebrate our 60th Anniversary. We’ve come a long way since the Club first commenced trading out of a small wooden ex-navy hut on Collins Street. Over the last 60 years this visionary Club has grown to become one of the leading hospitality businesses in Australia and as we pass the halfway point in our most ambitious development to date, our commitment to continue to adapt and evolve is set to sustain us well into the future. In March we held our Annual General Meeting where I presented our trading results for the last financial year. Despite significant construction works around the Club throughout the year, we were able to post another excellent result, with a profit of $12.33 million. This result was one of the best in

In March Berstrom Architects were appointed to draw up plans for the redevelopment of the Canterbury Bankstown Tennis and Bowls Club. We are very excited about the potential of this fantastic property and can’t wait to unlock it. We are anticipating getting underway with the building works midyear with a view to having the entire project completed later in the year. I look forward to seeing you around the Club.

Dave Brace Chief Executive Officer

BOARD OF DIRECTORS L TO R : R AY D I B ( D I R E CT OR), JONAT HAN BRAIN (CHIEF OPERATI NG OFFI CER), GEORGE COOREY ( DIR E C T O R ) , A R T H U R COOREY (VICE PRESID ENT ), D R. GE ORGE PEPONI S OAM (PRESI DENT), DAVE B R A C E ( C H I E F E X E C U T I VE OF F ICER), PET ER M CM AHON (DI R ECTOR ), BAR RY WARD (DI R ECTOR ), S TE V E M O R T I M E R O A M (D IRECT OR)

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LOOKING BACK AT 60 YEARS “From a most inconspicuous beginning the Club has developed into this comfortable and attractive building providing a wonderful service to members and their friends.” - P.F. Stewart, Chairman’s Foreword, 1957 Annual Report

View of the ‘The Hut’ which was purchased from Rushcutters Bay Naval Depot for $800

AN EARLY IDEA TAKES ROOT The idea to form a League Club for the members of the Canterbury Bankstown Football Club germinated early on but it was only in July 1956 that it took physical shape. One of the deciding factors to form a separate League Club was so that it could support the efforts of the Football Club as well as the propagation and encouragement of rugby league in the CanterburyBankstown area through local schools and junior sports. The space would also provide an excellent meeting place for members of the community to gather. After looking at many locations, the Football Club purchased a former Salvation Army Hall at 7 Collins Street, Belmore for the princely sum of $3,500.

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A foundation committee was set up to manage the entire process and they weren’t strangers to the hard labour required to convert the hall into a usable club; removing walls, installing a bar and a single toilet. Once renovations were completed, the new League Club could barely keep with the demand for membership and grew rapidly over the next few months. While the enjoyable times of the original League Club unfolded under the watchful and tolerant eyes of the authorities, the founding committee realised that they needed to plan for a more permanent structure if they were to obtain an official liquor licence. The club was bursting at the seams, especially after work, and there was many a time when the kegs ran dry.

At the same time the Rushcutters Bay Naval Depot was in the process of closing and a number of wartime buildings were being sold by tender. In January 1957 the committee saw the opportunity to purchase one of the large wooden structures, affectionately known as ‘The Hut’, for $800 and convert it into a bigger club space. It was a great distance between Rushcutters Bay and Belmore, not to mention the massive task of dismantling and re-assembling the building, but through sheer community spirit and motivation of the men involved, the structure was successfully transported to Belmore. The new club opened on 6 June 1957, this time fully-licensed, and without much fanfare but with great enthusiasm from the membership.


The committee set about raising $50,000 to help refurbish the club and money came from club member debentures and a bank loan. The cost of outfitting the club was almost $60,000 – a large investment in those days when the highest paid rugby league players were earning $2,000 a season. In that first year of trade, the original membership reached 292 and there were no Board elections as the first CanterburyBankstown League Club seven-man board was handpicked from the existing committee: Frank Stewart (President), Ken Charlton (Secretary), George Whitmore (Treasurer), Eddie Burns, Bill Treuer, Norm Dunn and Jack Eedy. It didn’t take very long for the League Club to outgrow ‘The Hut’ too and the Board had to once again consider bigger quarters. During those times, Belmore had two picture theatres, Paragon No.1 on Bridge Road and Paragon No.2 at the end of Burwood Road near Belmore High School, which opened in 1923 and 1928 respectively.

Paragon No.1 Theatre prior to being sold to Canterbury

The impact of television at that time meant that attendance at picture theatres was dropping so it wasn’t difficult to persuade Greater Union Theatres, who owned both theatres, to sell Paragon No.1 Theatre. Not wanting to miss out on this momentous opportunity, the Board didn’t have the time to get all seven board members together. There were already five on the club premise when the offer for Paragon No.1 Theatre came through and after a hurried meeting in the rear lobby, a decision was made to offer $34,000 for the building on Bridge Road in November 1958. The theatre showed its final program, Riding Shotgun and Young At Heart, later that month on 28 November 1958 before its doors finally closed. Architect Alan Eedy, who worked on the original club, was appointed to draw up plans for the new Bridge Road club which included refurbishing the interiors as well as underground excavations to form a beer cellar. Trade continued out of ‘The Hut’ until 17 April 1960 while renovations at Paragon No.1 were happening.

The old Paragon No.1 Theatre was completely renovated to become the new Canterbury-Bankstown League Club which re-opened in 1960

The original development plans to convert the Paragon Theatre into the new League Club

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CLUB MEMBERSHIPS BLOSSOM On 12 April 1960 the club’s liquor license transferred from the Collins Street premise to the newly-converted Club which was officially opened on 14 May 1960. In 1961 the next stage of development was to buy the billiard hall and the block of flats in between, which pre-war, had been the site of a mini golf course.

Copy of the first ever Canterbury magazine called the Chatter Box

From such small roots, Canterbury League Club has only grown from strength to strength. Each year, there was a waiting list of a few hundred people wanting to become members. As trade continued at a profitable rate, membership grew eightfold by 1960 when the club had 1,657 members.

The former reception area leading to the Members Lounge (right) and another Lounge area (left door)

The entertainment hall which used to host dances, concerts, meetings and special events

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GROWING FOR THE FUTURE 9 August 1963 saw the start of another adventurous expansion program which continued for the next year and saw the floor space double to accommodate a larger Mixed Lounge area, a new Dining Room, more space for indoor sports clubs, and a much bigger auditorium with a bigger seating capacity on the top floor. The new amenities were officially opened on 26 September 1964. By 1965, the League Club already had 5,940 members which quickly jumped to 8,000 by the next year. The Club’s popularity increased throughout the decade resulting in another construction program at the start of the 70s – one of the club’s most ambitious costing just shy of $800,000 – to build a gym, sauna, massage and change rooms. The basement area was converted into a Mixed Lounge area, the Members’ Lounge and Dining Room capacity was increased, and a new cocktail lounge was built. Another adventurous expansion and modernisation program started at the end of 1978 to build a three storey car park with 326 car spaces behind the existing club to cater for increased membership. It was also at this time that the Canterbury Board committed to construct and erect the grandstand at Belmore Sports Ground. Internally, work on a new Chinese restaurant called China Plate, a new entertainment lounge, a private function room and additions to the bistro were undertaken.

The next expansion program in 1963 saw Canterbury purchase the adjacent buildings and demolish them to build a bigger Club which took it right up to the Paragon Lane boundary

The Starlight Room was a place where Members and their guests could sit back and relax with a drink and enjoy the entertainment

The private function room was used for meetings and presentations

The Entertainment Room becomes the new Auditorium

Cocktail lounge serving the latest cocktails of the day

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GROWING FOR THE FUTURE (continued) Throughout the 80s the Club underwent many minor alterations including updating the former Gladstone Street foyer, upgrading the bistro, opening of Lasers Nightclub which operated three separate areas with different themes – Manhattan Piano Bar, Johnnies Rock and Roll Bar and Restaurant, and Lasers; and building two additional car park levels on top of the existing one behind the Club.

The front of the club before being clad with mirrors

Progress shot of mirror cladding

Coffee Shop

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Construction happening at the front entrance of the club

Manhattan Bar


In just a few short decades, Canterbury has grown and expanded the original Club. The former shape of the Paragon Theatre can be seen in the left side of this image

Some of the more memorable major expansions that occurred at Canterbury were the ones in the early 90s and the again in the early 2000s. In May 1990, workers broke ground on a $8 million major renovation which included recladding the exterior of the building with glass windows, altering parking arrangements and a new car access ramp, extending the floor space area, and building a new foyer, coffee shop, restaurant, bistro and the Blueberry Hill room. By the time most of the construction finished in 1992, Canterbury had sealed the finishing touches to cement itself as one of the most prestigious clubs in the state.

Entry to Cascades (bistro) and House of Blossoms (Chinese Restaurant)

Blueberry Hill Room held many events/functions since it opened

The buffet was a popular choice at Cascades

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BRANCHING OUT TO THE NEW MILLENNIUM The next major expansion program to prepare Canterbury for a new century started in mid 1999 with work beginning on an external volcano water feature and outdoor landscaping which has become the iconic symbol of the Club. The volcano feature, which was completed at the end of 2000, was just the start of the ambitious program which also included a completely revamped foyer with a large jungle atrium and external glass lift, a new 400 seat bistro and a new Chinese restaurant called The Dynasty. This particular expansion laid the foundation to rejuvenate the Western wing of the Club and it still stands today. By the time work finished on that wing at the start of 2002, the ‘old’ had been completely transformed into the ‘new’, full of the highest quality finishes to create a space washed with light and grandeur thanks to the soaring glass-domed ceiling above the atrium. Entry to the Club was via a sweeping drive that ran underneath a porte cochère clad in beautiful sandstone tiles, continuing a theme of cream, gold and rich colours throughout the internal décor. Previous management research trips to visit top hospitality venues in Las Vegas, including The Mirage Casino which was at that time the best casino in the world, had shaped the overall design brief which would propel Canterbury to new levels in club facilities and entertainment. Progress didn’t stop there though; in 2005 redevelopment started again to reenergise the Northern end of the Club and complete a total makeover of the “old club’s” ground floor following the opening of the new wing three years prior. The former upstairs auditorium was renovated into a new function space and the old main bar and coffee shop was transformed into a spacious health club to cope with rising membership numbers. This renovation, which was completed at the end of 2007, gave us the current Paragon Room, C-Life Health Club, Bulldogs Sports Bar, Terrace Bar and Flame Pizza + Grill restaurant that patrons see now.

Demolishing the side of the Club to extend the foundation and build the new Flame restaurant

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The completed waterfall is an iconic symbol at Canterbury

The internal atrium jungle being built

The indoor atrium jungle makes a stunning backdrop inside the club

The beautiful Flame wing after construction finished


The most recent development started at the end of 2014 and is continuing – a redevelopment to the tune of approximately $130 million. This round of renovations has so far offered Members a completely new dining offering, Bakehouse

Café, and set the foundation to future proof the Club including building new basement production kitchens and a multistorey underground car park at the front of the Club.

The design of the new Bakehouse Café is inspired by the French nouveau era

The new lounge area has plenty of comfortable seats and places to relax while enjoying a coffee from Bakehouse Café

Throughout Canterbury’s long 60-year history, the Club has weathered many things; aside from the original club expanding, it has also seen the coming and goings of food trends, changes to government tax reforms and laws, and Belmore’s evolving demographics. We’ve watched the Bulldogs fight valiantly in multiple Grand Finals, cried tears of joy when they won and cried more tears when they’ve lost. Within the club industry, Canterbury has experienced the highest highs and has done much to overcome the lows by consistently following three essential values – our commitment to good governance, our core values to always put our Members first and to provide them with exceptional customer service and lastly, but not least, our loyal staff members who have made things possible. - Dr George Peponis OAM and current Chairman of Canterbury League Club.

CLUB MILESTONES

July 1956 – 7 Collins Street site purchased for the purpose of a league club

14 May 1960 – Official opening of new club on Bridge Rd

13 Dec 1956 – Canterbury

Bankstown League Club Ltd officially registered as a company

29 Sept 1976 – Annual General Meeting resolves to change minimum membership age from 21 years to 18 years old

28 Jan 1957 – Demolition

1978 – Associate membership for

of former Salvation Army hall, The Hut installed in its place

women was introduced

6 June 1957 – Canterbury

League Club quarters officially opened

admitted as full members with the right to vote and stand for office

Nov 1958 – Paragon No.1

May 1990 – $8 million major

Theatre on Bridge Road purchased by Canterbury

12 Apr 1960 – Club’s liquor license transferred to Bridge Road premise

3 June 1981 – Women are

renovation to clad the exterior of the building with glass windows, and build a new foyer, coffee shop, restaurant, bistro and the Blueberry Hill room

wing opened to the public after major renovations produced a completely revamped reception foyer with a large jungle atrium and external glass lift, a new 400 seat bistro and a new Chinese restaurant called The Dynasty

April 2007 – Completion of more renovations at the Northern end of the Club to set the stage for the current Paragon Room, Bulldogs Sports Bar, Terrace Bar and Flame Pizza + Grill restaurant that patrons see now Nov 2014 –The start of

Canterbury’s biggest renovation to date, with a budget of approximately $130 million, to build a new café, lounge and multistorey underground car park amongst other amenities

28 May 2002 – New Western 11


DEVELOPMENT UPDATE

The former loading dock (yellow sandstone building on the left side) is being demolished to make way for the new bistro extension

PRELIMINARY WORK AT THE FRONT HAS STARTED Canterbury’s $130 million redevelopment has successfully passed the half way mark, with over sixty per cent of the build now completed according to Cerno Management and Parkview Group. Focus has now shifted to the preliminary works at the front of the Club on the Western side with workers currently demolishing the space to make way for the bistro extension where the former loading dock used to be. Due to the construction, Galaxy Play Area ceased operating and will reopen nearby once the extension program is complete.

You can keep up-to-date with all the latest development news by following our website, Facebook and Twitter pages. Regular updates will also be available in every magazine. CanterburyLeaguesClub

@Canterbury_LC

A lot of progress has also happened within the hole at the front of Canterbury; basement level through to level three have had the concrete poured and workers have already started building the next level above it. The new underground car park will provide an extra 500 spaces approximately and have parking number indicators for the convenience of Members and guests. Once all the levels have been built then landscapers will take over to beautify the grounds and replant the gardens. “Canterbury is delighted to report to the Members that the construction program is well-advanced and more than half way completed. For Members who haven’t visited recently, I highly recommend coming to see the new changes for yourself and take the time to try out the new Bakehouse Café – we have received a lot of positive feedback about the food and coffee,” said Dave Brace, CEO of Canterbury League Club.

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The new underground car park is quickly rising from the ground and will provide ample extra parking once completed


COMMUNITY In a first ever, Canterbury League Club, Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL, Campsie RSL and The Lantern Club have combined resources to help 50 primary school children with learning difficulties improve their literacy and numeracy skills. Using a pooled donation of $50,000 the four clubs have partnered with Learning Links, a service organisation which helps children with learning disabilities, to deliver programs to four local schools – Lakemba Primary School, McCallums Hill Primary School, Canterbury Primary School and Croydon Park Primary School. In a show of positive community spirit, the program will also be using staff volunteers from all four clubs who will be trained to become Reading and Counting Buddies; they will meet with children in Years 3 to 5 once a week for 10 to 15 weeks and play interactive learning games which aim to develop the child’s literacy and numeracy skills.

LOCAL CANTERBURY CLUBS JOINING FORCES TO TACKLE CHILDREN’S LEARNING DIFFICULTIES

“It’s wonderful to see these four Clubs come together to help combat a real and very serious issue faced by children and educators in their local communities,” said Birgitte Maibom, CEO of Learning Links. Today in Australia approximately 10% of children have a learning difficulty and struggle in the classroom where teachers are hardpressed to meet the needs of all their charges. With minimal financial support available for them, many children never receive the help and intervention they need to stop them falling behind. “Each of our clubs could have gone ahead with individual projects but we have a much greater impact across a wider geographical distance by working together – we’d reach more schools and more children. It is a very solemn issue when kids going into high school don’t have the numeracy and literacy skills to get them through,” said Dr George Peponis OAM, Chairman of Canterbury League Club.

“This collaboration is the first that we’ve done with the other clubs and we are excited to see the results. It just goes to show what can be achieved when clubs in the community come together and become a driving force in improving the education outcomes of children living in the area.”

Representatives from all four clubs with CEO of Learning Links, Birgitte Maibom (seated bottom left)

As par t of Canterbury’s 60t h anniversary, t he Club would like to gift our 50 Year Members wit h a small token of our appreciation. Members who have attained t he category of 50 Y EAR MEMBER, as displayed on your Canterbury members hip card, are eligible to receive t he gift . To order your gift , simply contact Members hip on 9704 7 7 7 7 or email members hip@canterbury.com.au wit h your contact details and badge number. Reception will contact eac h Member once t heir gift is ready for collection.


DISCOVER A NEW MENU

We’re obsessed wit h t he new menu items and you will be too. View t he menu online Canterbury.com.au or dow nload t he mobile app.

BLAT

Waffle Sand wich

wit h crispy bacon, lettuce, avocado, tomato and has h brow n finis hed wit h aioli

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Avocado Cu ps filled wit h double smoked ham, tomato salsa and topped wit h poac hed eggs

Break fast Bu rrito

bacon, spinac h, diced tomato, avocado w rapped in a t hin egg burrito

Reu ben Dog

beef f rankf ur t wit h layers of s haved pastrami, sauerkraut , pic kles and Swiss c heese on a soft milk bun

Man go Chic ken Sal ad dried cranberry, mixed lettuce, almond flakes, lemon mint dressing

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TRY THE NEW WINTER WARMERS

SEAFOOD PAELLA A combination of prawns, mussels, squid, chorizo and green peas cooked in saffron rice

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SALMON & VODKA PAPPARDELLE Atlantic salmon tossed in a vodka cream sauce

LAMB TARGINE WITH PEARL COUSCOUS Moroccan slow cooked stew complimented with sultanas and slivered almonds

RESERVE YOUR TABLE ONLINE AT CANTERBURY.COM.AU OR PHONE 9704 7777

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BANYAN CLASSICS Take a trip down memory lane and enjoy some of your favourite retro dishes from the last 60 years.

CARPETBAG STEAK Rump steak stuffed with garlic butter and oysters served with mash and greens drizzled with brandy cream sauce

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PRAWN COCKTAIL Drizzled with smoky island sauce

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FETTUCINE CHICKEN A LA KING Chicken tossed with fettuccine, capsicum and mushroom in a creamy sauce

GRAPEFRUIT & AVOCADO SALAD Tossed in a lemon dressing

VOL AU VENT Chicken in a creamy a la king sauce finished with melted mozzarella

SEAFOOD CREPE

A combination of seafood finished with a creamy béchamel sauce

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MEMBER’S SPECIALS $12 Lunch Special

ENJOY A SELECTION OF GREAT MEALS FOR JUST $12 EVERY MONDAY-FRIDAY*

$15 Blackboard Member Dinner Special EVERY MONDAY - THURSDAY DINNER SEE THE SPECIALS BOARD EACH DAY SELECTION CHANGES DAILY *N OT VAL I D O N P U B L I C H O L I DAY S O R I N CO NJ U N CTI O N W ITH AN Y OTH ER O F F ER .

Taking It Back!

ENJOY ONE OF THESE CLASSIC COCKTAILS. AVAILABLE AT THE HERITAGE BAR.

(From L to R) Japanese Slipper • Singapore Sling • Brandy Alexander Old Fashioned Whisky • Martini • Harvey Wallbanger


BULLDOGS GAME

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ENJOY THE ACTION ON GAME DAY WITH A PIZZA & BEER FOR ONLY $15* Available on Bulldogs Game Days from kick off until the end of the game in Bulldogs Sports Bar. Not available on Mondays. Beer is schooner size and applies to Tooheys New, Tooheys Old, Hahn SuperDry, XXXX Gold or Hahn Light. Pizza is small size and is your choice of Supreme, Peri Peri Chicken or Vegeterian.

LIVE & LOUD ON THE BIG SCREEN IN THE PARAGON ROOM OR BULLDOGS SPORTS BAR

GAME 1 - 31 MAY GAME 2 - 21 JUNE GAME 3 - 12 JULY

MEMBERS $7 GLASS $28 BOTTLE

AVAILABLE AT: Flame Pizza + Grill, Bakehouse Café, Banyan Bar, Bulldogs Sports Bar & The Lakemba Club


CALENDAR

WHAT’S ON AT CANTERBURY IN MAY S U N DAY

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2 11am Bingo 7pm Mahjong

3 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

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5 11am Bingo 8pm The Bandits 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Liam Cooper (Heritage Bar)

6 8pm Filipino Spectacular 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Joanna Melas (Heritage Bar)

7 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment: Oscar Kami (Flame Pizza + Grill)

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9 11am Bingo 7pm Mahjong

10 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

11 7:50pm Bulldogs Game Day Special (Bulldogs v Cowboys)

12 11am Bingo 8pm Greek Dance Night, The Paradise Band 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Rachael Laing (Heritage Bar)

13 8pm The Beatels 8:30pm Live Entertainment: David Bond (Heritage Bar)

14 MOTHER’S DAY 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment: Annie Z (Flame Pizza + Grill)

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16 11am Bingo 7pm Mahjong

17 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

18 11am Variety Day

19 11am Bingo 8pm Jive Bombers 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Terry Batu (Heritage Bar)

20 8pm Sultans of Swing 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Cambo (Heritage Bar)

21 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment: Jo Elms (Flame Pizza + Grill) 4pm Bulldogs Game Day Special (Bulldogs v Roosters)

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23 11am Bingo 7pm Mahjong

24 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

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26 11am Bingo 8pm The Kami’s 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Fran Brescia (Heritage Bar)

27 7:30pm Bulldogs Game Day Special (Sharks v Bulldogs) 8pm The Best Disco in Town 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Cambo (Heritage Bar)

28 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment: Troy Smith (Flame Pizza + Grill)

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30 11am Bingo 7pm Mahjong

31 8pm State of Origin Game 1

Variety Day Inc ludes a 2 course lunc h $10pp | From 11am in t he Banyan Brasserie followed by a Cabaret Concer t in t he Paragon Show Room at 12.30pm. W hen:

Thursday 18t h May – Christine Savanah & Jon Carlo Thursday 15t h June – Tony Sergi & Rowena M ic hael

Bookings essential by t he first Tuesday of every mont h. Phone 9704 7777 to make a booking.


WHAT’S ON AT CANTERBURY IN JUNE S U N DAY

M O N DAY

TU ES DAY

W ED N ES DAY TH U R S DAY

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2 11am Bingo 8pm The Frocks 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Oscar Kami (Heritage Bar)

3 8pm ‘Girl Power from the 60s’ presented by The Starliners 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Liam Cooper (Heritage Bar)

4 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment: Chris Connolly (Flame Pizza + Grill) 4pm Bulldogs Game Day Special (Bulldogs v Panthers)

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6 11am Bingo 7pm Mahjong

7 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

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9 11am Bingo 8pm Greek Dance Night, The Paradise Band 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Peter Morgan (Heritage Bar)

10 8pm Dragon 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Phill Simmons (Heritage Bar)

11 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment: Joanna Capetanakis (Flame Pizza + Grill)

12 4pm Bulldogs Game Day Special (Bulldogs v Dragons)

13 11am Bingo 7pm Mahjong

14 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

15 11am Variety Day

16 11am Bingo 8pm Italian Dance Night, The Cappuccino Band 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Annie Z (Heritage Bar)

17 8pm George Michael Relived 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Joanna Capetanakis (Heritage Bar)

18 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment: Oscar Kami (Flame Pizza + Grill)

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20 11am Bingo 7pm Mahjong

21 8pm State of Origin Game 2

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23 11am Bingo 8pm Sacred Hearts 8pm Bulldogs Game Day Special (Warriors v Bulldogs) 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Simone Waddell (Heritage Bar)

24 8pm Priscilla to Moulin Rouge 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Franky Valentyn (Heritage Bar)

25 12:30-3:30pm Live Entertainment: Troy Smith (Flame Pizza + Grill)

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27 11am Bingo 7pm Mahjong

28 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday Wonderland Raffle

29 7:50pm Bulldogs Game Day Special (Eels v Bulldogs)

30 11am Bingo 8pm The Kami’s 8:30pm Live Entertainment: Denny Mason (Heritage Bar)

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Filipino SPECTACULAR

DAN C E F LO O R OPEN The Filipino Spectacular show features the award winning vocalist Lillian De Los Reyes, who presents some of the best Filipino singing & dancing talent in Australia today. Most of the shows performers have appeared in spectacular musicals such as Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Miss Saigon & The King & I.

Performed by Australia’s internationally acclaimed Beatles impersonators, this is an amazing live show that recreates note-fornote the music of the fab four using vintage instruments and wearing authentic costumes.

SATURDAY 13TH MAY DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $5PP I VISITORS $10PP

SATURDAY 6TH MAY DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $7PP I VISITORS $12PP

SULTANS OF SWING GREATEST HITS

DAN C E F LO O R OPEN

CELEBRATING THE MUSIC OF DIRE STRAITS Featuring

Sultans of Swing is Australia’s best Dire Straits tribute show. A seven piece band, led by guitar maestro Eric Aranda (Damien Leith, Guy Sebastian, Diana Rouvas & more) recreate epic Dire Straits songs like Walk Of Life, So Far Away, Telegraph Road, Romeo And Juliet, Money For Nothing, Sultans Of Swing and many more.

SATURDAY 20 MAY SATURDAY 20TH MAY

Performing all the hits of dire straits DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM

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Get your dancing shoes on & join the talented cast of ‘The Best Disco in Town’ singing & dancing along to the classic disco tunes of groups such as Earth Wind & Fire, Michael Jackson, The Jackson 5, The Ritchie Family, The Supremes, K.C. & The Sunshine Band, The Bee Gees & more.

SATURDAY 27TH MAY DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $7PP I VISITORS $12PP

ALL SHOWS ARE OVER 18 EVENTS. TICKETS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ONLINE AT CANTERBURY.COM.AU AT RECEPTION OR BY PHONING 9704 7777. PLEASE NOTE SOME OF OUR SHOWS HAVE PATRONS DANCING IN FRONT OF THE STAGE WHICH MAY IMPEDE YOUR VIEW.


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DAN C E F LO O R OPEN

COUNTDOWN AUSTRALIAN CHARTBUSTERS ‘Girl Power from the 60s’ is presented by The Starliners band, featuring three talented female vocalists singing the hits of legendary 60s performers such as The Supremes, Aretha Franklin, Lulu, Dusty Springfield, The Ronnettes, The Crystals and many more.

SATURDAY 3RD JUNE DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $5PP I VISITORS $10PP

YESTERDAY’S HERO / JPY SUMMER LOVE / SHERBET HELP IS ON THE WAY / LRB STAYIN’ ALIVE / BEE GEES ALL MY FRIENDS / SKYHOOKS Iconic band Dragon are hitting the road again in 2017 to celebrate an BAD BOY FOR LOVE / ROSE TATTOO Australian LONG institution, the legendary TV music show Countdown. WAY TO THE TOP / AC/DC The tour celebratesTHE all time Countdown Chartbusters, as they COUNTING BEAT / THE SWINGERS perform the classicsI of Sherbet, Skyhooks, Split Enz, JPY, The Angels SEE RED / SPLIT ENZ & manyAM more, as well as the best their own songs. I EVER GONNA SEE of YOUR FACE AGAIN? / THE ANGELS

SATURDAY 10TH JUNE DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $25PP I VISITORS $30PP NO FREE TICKETS

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‘George Michael Relived’ is an electrically charged show which covers all of the great George Michael eras, from the early years of Wham through to his solo career.

PRISCILLA TO MOULIN ROUGE

Featuring tight harmonies from some of Sydney’s best singers and a killer band, songs like Faith, Careless Whisper, Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go, I’m Your Man and Freedom will have you singing & dancing along. With the recent loss of George Michael, his music is more moving than ever.

Davin Griffiths-Jones presents ‘Priscilla to Moulin Rouge’ featuring songs from 5 of Australia’s biggest movie musicals including Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Moulin Rouge, Strictly Ballroom, Muriel’s Wedding and The Boy from Oz. So get your feather boa & platform shoes, pile on the makeup and get ready to ‘Shake Your Groove Thing’.

SATURDAY 17TH JUNE DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $7PP I VISITORS $12PP

SATURDAY 24TH JUNE DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $7PP I VISITORS $12PP

ALL SHOWS ARE OVER 18 EVENTS. TICKETS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ONLINE AT CANTERBURY.COM.AU AT RECEPTION OR BY PHONING 9704 7777. PLEASE NOTE SOME OF OUR SHOWS HAVE PATRONS DANCING IN FRONT OF THE STAGE WHICH MAY IMPEDE YOUR VIEW.

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Wired For Sound – A Salute to Sir Cliff Richard and The Shadows is a 2 hour journey showcasing unforgettable Cliff Richard songs and Shadows instrumentals, reminding us of why Cliff Richard is one of the most successful songwriters and performers of all time.

SATURDAY 1ST JULY DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $5PP I VISITORS $10PP

DAN C E F LO O R OPEN The Enormous Horns are part smouldering funk bank, brassy revue & rock n roll band but mostly they’re a party band that will make you want to dance.

SATURDAY 8TH JULY DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $10PP I VISITORS $15PP

‘Love Me Tender’ DAVID CAZALET’S TRIBUTE TO ELVIS

DAN C E F LO O R OPEN

This show celebrates Elvis’ beautiful love songs, as well as some of the classics from the 50s and his ‘Vegas years’.

SATURDAY 15TH JULY DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $10P I VISITORS $15PP

The Beach Boys Show delivers the looks, sounds, harmonies & classic songs. Dance & sing along to Little Deuce Coupe, Help Me Rhonda, Surfing USA, I Get Around, Good Vibrations, Sloop John B and so many more.

SATURDAY 22ND JULY DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $5PP I VISITORS $10PP

Joey Fimmano’s ‘Italian Delight’ show celebrates the music, passion, colour & fun of Italy. Special guests in the show are Grace Rizzo & Graeme Wright.

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Delight

SATURDAY 29TH JULY DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $7PP I VISITORS $12PP

ALL SHOWS ARE OVER 18 EVENTS. TICKETS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ONLINE AT CANTERBURY.COM.AU AT RECEPTION OR BY PHONING 9704 7777. PLEASE NOTE SOME OF OUR SHOWS HAVE PATRONS DANCING IN FRONT OF THE STAGE WHICH MAY IMPEDE YOUR VIEW.


School Holiday E N T E R TA I N M E N T

DISCO PARTY WITH BONNIE MONDAY 3RD JULY SHOWTIME 11AM $4 PER CHILD

ARTS & CRAFTS PARTY WEDNESDAY 5TH JULY SHOWTIME 11AM $6 PER CHILD

AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE DISPLAY SHOW THURSDAY 6TH JULY SHOWTIME 11AM $5 PER CHILD

JOEY PRESTO’S MAGIC SHOW MONDAY 10TH JULY SHOWTIME 11AM $4 PER CHILD

KIDS DISCO WITH DJ KITKAT WEDNESDAY 12TH JULY SHOWTIME 11AM $4 PER CHILD

AFRICAN DRUM SAFARI THURSDAY 13TH JULY SHOWTIME 11AM $6 PER CHILD

DOORS OPEN 10.30AM. TICKETS FOR ALL SHOWS AVAILABLE AT RECEPTION OR ONLINE AT CANTERBURY.COM.AU PARENTS AND BABIES (12 MONTHS & UNDER) DO NOT REQUIRE A TICKET. ALL CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT.


Canterbury has always had a longstanding tradition of serving great quality Chinese food since April 1979. The Dynasty continues this tradition of providing authentic Asian dining experiences since it opened in 2002. The man at the helm, Eric Chu, has been with the restaurant since day one, firstly as Head Chef managing the chef team in the kitchen, before taking on the position as Restaurant Manager.

Restaurant Manager Eric Chu

With the restaurant’s nod to traditional Chinese architecture visible throughout, in its Pagoda style timbers, bamboo curtain roof, dramatic artworks and its water feature, diners will truly be experiencing Chinese cuisine at its finest. The Dynasty is open daily for yum cha lunch and A-la-carte for lunch and dinner.


STEAMED EGGPLANT WITH VERMICELLI

SEAFOOD TOFU HOTPOT

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C-LIFE IS TURNING 15! In a year full of milestones, C-Life Health Club is also celebrating a special occasion of its own – turning 15! Of course, there are too many memorable moments over the years to list them all, but here are a few noteworthy mentions: Canterbury has always had a gym since 1968 when the Club made the decision to excavate the basement area to turn it into a gym, sauna, massage and change rooms. Since then there has always been a gym of some form though the space and equipment has evolved as the years went by. When C-Life Health Club first started in late 2002 it was called the ‘Canterbury Health Club’ and it was located on the same floor as the squash courts. The gym’s creche operated

on the second level and all six group fitness classes were running in a separate room altogether! While it remained there for the better part of seven years, the Health Club was home to 500 members in its first year of operation. Today, there are over 2,800 members who are part of the C-Life family. By the end of 2007, C-Life had relocated to its current space which used to be occupied by the old main bar and coffee shop. After just under a decade at its new location and a change of name, C-Life now boasts over 80 group fitness classes, a vast array of state of the art equipment and is home to a team of 15 personal trainers, alongside several administrative, marketing, management, sales and crèche staff.

Patrons getting a massage after working hard at the gym

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Special individual mentions to the longest serving staff members; Angela, Arthur, Mariana, Rebecca and Leedia. Finally, a special thank you to the first ever members; Praveen Singh, Geoffrey Cooke and Kathleen Graham. And the oldest members; Robert Smith, James Raju and Oh Young Kim, at 88, 81 and 80 years old respectively! Having been home to so many individuals, including professional athletes and politicians, C-Life and the team look forward to the next 15 years to come!

The oldest archived photo of the first gym at Canterbury after the 1968 renovations


CELEBRATING 15 YEARS!

Renovations in the late 70s saw the gym receive a makeover and new fitness equipment

Another shot from the 90s - there was just enough room for equipment and members working out

A blast from the past. C-Life’s staff from 2009, many of whom are still with the club today

How times have changed from the 90s - an action shot of one of the six group fitness classes

View of the gym when it was located on the top floor next to the squash courts

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CONGRATULATIONS ODILE! On Sunday 12 March a very big crowd gathered at The Lakemba Club for the draw of the $10,000 Electrical & Whitegoods promotion. Patrons had a chance to win a household package including a television, washing machine, dryer, coffee machine, an iPad, Xbox, and camera amongst other things. One lucky winner was to win it all and

that person was local resident, Odile Kazzi! Odile couldn’t believe it when her name was first called out and her hands were shaking when she came up to collect the prize. “I just moved to a new place and my washing machine just broke down so this is perfect timing,” said Odile. “I also only have a very small TV so this new one will be a great change!”

Congratulations to Odile and thank you to everyone who participated

Odile Kazzi (second from the left) with Bulldogs players Josh Morris and Aidan Tolman, Canterbury Deputy Chairman Arthur Coorey and Lakemba Supervisor Zan Kukucka after winning the promotion.

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FRIDAY NIGHTS – FROM 8PM MAY 5 MAY – PETER MORGAN 12 MAY – THEO FARMAKIS 19 MAY – ANNIE Z 26 MAY – STEVIE VEE JUNE 2 JUNE – MARK BROUGHTON 9 JUNE – DAVID BOND

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Experience authentic Greek food at The Islands

Chicken Yeeros served with Chips

Slow-cooked pulled lamb shoulder served with roasted vegetables

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Beef Yeeros served with Chips


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CAN T ERBURY BANKSTOW N T ENNIS & BOW LS CLUB

5 MINUTES WITH TENNIS COACH, JOHN KELLERT Who comes for lessons with you? My brother, Richard, and I are both full time coaches and we coach all ages from about 4 years old through to clients in their 60's – we have coaching sessions 7 days a week. Aside from basic/intermediate coaching which will get you through a fun game of social tennis, we also offer high-level tennis coaching involving advanced technique, fitness and mental training. How much does it cost for a lesson? We offer 1 hour group lessons from $15 per hour and 1 hour private lessons starting at $70 per hour. We also have a few squads for the more advanced players which go for approximately 90 minutes to 2.5 hours including fitness.

whilst receiving a degree in Entertainment Management. I am also a certified level 3 Master Pro tennis coach. During that time, I coached at a lot of different clubs as well as at a tennis academy, and I have worked with professional players currently on the world tour. My career highlight was being ranked as high as #50 in the world. My brother, Richard, is a certified Advanced Tennis Professional who has worked with many top juniors. He also has a Master degree in Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation. For more information, please contact John on 0412 636 461.

How much is it to hire the tennis courts? Canterbury-Bankstown Tennis & Bowls Club have six tennis courts and they are open from early morning through to 10pm at night. Hire rates are from $12 per hour for Members and $16 per hour for non-members. How long have you been playing tennis? I played US college tennis on a full scholarship

John and Richard Kellert with a few of their bright tennis stars who train on the Club’s tennis courts

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NOW PLAYING ON THE LARGE TV’S CANTERBURY BANKSTOWN TENNIS & BOWLS CLUB 61 MOXON RD PUNCHBOWL I PH: 9790 6583

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Iconic band Dragon are hitting the road again in 2017 to celebrate an Australian institution, the legendary TV music show Countdown. The tour celebrates all time Countdown Chartbusters, as they perform the classics of Sherbet, Skyhooks, Split Enz, JPY, The Angels & many more, as well as the best of their own songs.

SATURDAY 10TH JUNE, DOORS OPEN 7:30PM, SHOWTIME 8PM MEMBERS $25PP | VISITORS $30PP NO FREE TICKETS

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I N F O R M AT I O N TRADING HOURS CANTERBURY 24 HOURS THE LAKEMBA CLUB 10am - 2am (Sun - Wed) 10am - 3am (Thurs - Sat) CANTERBURY BANKSTOWN TENNIS & BOWLS CLUB From 11.30am (Mon – Fri) From 10am (Sat) From 9am (Sun) AT CANTERBURY: BANYAN BRASSERIE Lunch: 12noon - 2pm Dinner: 5:30pm - 8:30pm (Sun - Thurs) 5:30pm - 9pm (Fri - Sat) BAKEHOUSE CAFÉ 24 HOURS FLAME PIZZA + GRILL Lunch: 12pm – 3pm (Fri – Sun) Dinner: From 6pm - 10pm (Wed - Sun) 6pm - 10.30pm (Fri - Sat) DYNASTY RESTAURANT Lunch: 11am – 3pm (Mon - Fri) 10am – 3pm (Sat - Sun) Dinner: 5.30pm – 10pm (Sun - Thurs) 5.30pm – 11pm (Fri - Sat) BULLDOGS SPORTS BAR From 11am – late HERITAGE BAR 7pm - late (Fri-Sat) C-LIFE HEALTH CLUB TRADING HOURS Monday - Sunday: 24 hours Public Holidays: 24 hours Casual Access: During Staffed Hours STAFFED HOURS Monday - Thursday: 6am - 10pm Friday: 6am - 9pm Saturday - Sunday: 8am - 5pm Public Holidays: 8am - 5pm AT THE LAKEMBA CLUB THE ISLANDS 11.30am – 9pm (Tues – Sun) AT CANTERBURY BANKSTOWN TENNIS & BOWLS CLUB ERIC’S BBQ Lunch: 11.30am – 3pm (Tues – Sun) Dinner: From 5pm (Tues – Sun)

INFORMATION FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS FOOD AND BEVERAGES Patrons are not permitted to bring or remove food and beverages from the club unless prior arrangement has been made with management. DRESS REGULATIONS Canterbury provides a comfortable environment where patrons are able to enjoy their surroundings and use of club facilities without disruption from others that are inappropriately dressed or behave in an unacceptable manner. To ensure patron compliance with these principles, standards have been set for dress and behaviour. ACCEPTABLE ATTIRE: • Neat, clean and tidy casual wear (no large tears or holes) • Tracksuits (top and/or bottom) • Overalls and work boots (must be clean) up to 9.00pm • Football shorts/stubbies of modest length and appearance up to 9.00pm • Dress sandals, boat shoes and scuffs - up to 9.00pm • Casual and sports shoes to be worn with socks • Dress shirts without collars (includes ‘T’ shirts) • Clean and tidy Football jerseys at anytime • Singlets and sleeveless shirts permitted in C-Life Health Club and whilst entering and leaving the Foyer • Caps are permitted to be worn in C-Life only UNACCEPTABLE ATTIRE (not permitted at anytime): • Bare feet or rubber thongs • Untidy and/or dirty clothing or footwear • Singlets (excludes ladies apparel) • Offensive motifs or imagery on clothing • Gang patches or other insignia on clothing • Swimwear or revealing clothing • Helmets, hats, caps, beanies and bandanas other than for medical or religious reasons (facial features must be visible) • Offensive personal hygiene

GENERAL REGULATIONS • Interpretation of the Dress Rules is at the discretion of Duty Management. • Persons under 18 years are permitted in certain area’s (restaurants) of the club however, must be in the company of a “responsible adult” at all times. • Children are not permitted on Club premises between the hours of 12 midnight and 6:00am and (unless attending a member’s private event/ function). • Children are not permitted to enter the Club premises after 10:00pm each night. • Children are only permitted on Club premises after 10:00pm if they are dining in one of the Club’s restaurants or café’s and must vacate the Club immediately at the conclusion of their dining. • Children may be permitted to enter the premises after 10:00pm for the purpose of attending special events as determined by Management. • Proof of Age and Residential Qualification are required for Temporary Members and Member’s Guests. • Club members are required to produce their Membership Card upon entry and/or when requested to do so by Duty Management. • Management reserves the right to refuse entry to any person not conforming with licensing or club regulations. • Patrons who are intoxicated, abusive, violent or quarrelsome will be requested to leave and may be subject to disciplinary action. • Patrons requested to leave the club by Duty Management must leave the premises immediately and not return within a 24-hour period or if deemed necessary may be suspended and subject to disciplinary action.

PHOTOGRAPHS The privacy of members and visitors is important. Members and guests are more than welcome to take photos of the club or their meal, however, it is requested the privacy of other patrons be respected and photos of them are not taken. LOST MEMBERSHIP CARDS Members who misplace their membership cards should report their loss to the membership desk at their earliest opportunity. Viewpoints and Opinions expressed in articles appearing in this magazine are those of the authors, and not necessarily those of the publisher. Canterbury is published by Canterbury Marketing for the Canterbury League Club Limited. The publisher accepts no responsibility for the information supplied or changes subsequent to the date of publication, nor for any loss or damage arising from inaccurate or misleading information contained in any article or advertisement in this magazine. All material is copyright and may not be reproduced without prior arrangement with the publisher.

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