Beaconsfield ClubRaven Meadows
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The Beaconsfield Club, the oldest club in Shrewsbury, has been located in several other locations before its current home. Established in 1881, in honour of Benjamin Disraeli, who died in that year; he represented the constituency some years earlier. Initially established as a men-only club, it was only as recently as the 1980s that women became equally welcome to attend. Club members have the use of four snooker tables. The attached restaurant, Churchill's, is open to the general public and serves breakfasts from 9am (Tue-Sat); for Sunday lunch, booking is highly recommended, as it is very popular with members.