Goonhavern Snooker Club

Goonhavern Snooker club

Goonhavern snooker club membership is open to any locals at £26.00 per year, juniors (£13.00) are usually welcomed with a parent member, although they can arrange to take them singly on a trial basis without a family member, ladies are also most welcome.  

Membership application forms can be obtained from John Jackett, (Secretary) or David Jackett (Chairman) on 01872 572641.    

We have two full size snooker tables.

The Perranporth & District winter league season usually covers September to about Easter, we have had teams previously in their Summer League (May to Sept).

If you require any other information, please contact:

John Jackett – Hon sec Goonhavern Mens Institute
4 Rose Meadows
Goonhavern
TRURO
Cornwall
TR4 9LB

Telephone: 01872 572449 (During sociable hours)

Club Renovations April 2022 – 

Club members ready to start work.
Spoil from trial pit of footings
Ready for work to begin.
Kitchen/Committee room ceiling and insulation being removed.
Middle room – snooker table – ceiling and insulation removed.
Match room ceiling and insulation removed.
Front end of match room ceiling and insulation removed.
Heating removed
Wiring altered by builders ready for works
Entrance in front wall so access for builders to give access to the back of building
Builders make inspection of the footings of the original building
Materials arrived and scaffolding goes up
More materials
Scaffolding up Garden Centre side of building now.
Scaffolding up on Chapel side of building
Day 1 – MAC Construction on site today removing the roof – all systems go.
Day 1 – Match Room Roof removed
Day 1 – Materials being put in the back garden
Day 1 – View from Back Garden
Day 2 – Trusses starting to appear on roof
Day 3 – Pile of spoil increasing
Day 3 – Trusses on the move
Day 5 – Slow progress but Rome not built in a day
Day 5 – A shot looking inside, looks so different.
Day 7 – Things starting to take shape.
Day 7 – The original room now enclosed, now opened up towards entrance to middle room.
Day 10 – Progress slow due to lot of preparation.
Day 10 – View from Chapel side, works proceeding slowly.
Day 10 – View from Garden Centre side, works proceeding slowly.
Week 3 – Dave & Simon hard at it clearing site to make room for more rubbish.
Week 3 – More of the flat roof being removed.
Week 3 – Open air snooker anyone ?
Week 3 – Flat roof off, more rubbish to move.
Week 3 – Flat roof off, more rubbish to move.
Week 3 – Roof starting to appear over committee room & inside room.
Week 3 – Dave & Simon working hard on Sunday morning moving more rubbish in the way.
Week 3 – Open air snooker anyone?
Week 3 – Open air snooker anyone?
Day 16 – New Week roof going up over committee room & inside room.
Day 16 – New Week roof going up over committee room & inside room.
Day 16 – New Week roof going up over committee room & inside room.
Day 19 – Starting to remove final section of old roof.
Day 19 – More trusses being erected – match room
Day 19 – More trusses being erected – match room
Day 19 – Now we can see what the new roof will look like.
Day 20 – Finally all trusses are erected ready for roofers to felt and tile the roof by Friday afternoon.
Day 20 – Last of the flat roof material piled up ready for us to remove.
Day 21 – At last !!
End of Week 6 – Roof enclosed with felt and most of the facia boards attached.
Start of Week 7, Tiling begins.
Day 1 of tiling front section and part of garden centre side done.
Day 2 of tiling
Day 4 Tiling
Day 4 Tiling
Day 10 – Been delays now onto the final phase of the roof
Day 10 – Been delays now onto the final phase of the roof
Day 11/12 Nearly done getting set for scaffolding to be removed, facias finished off and ridge tiles, all done hopefully within days.
Day 13/14 Nearly done getting set for scaffolding to be removed, facias finished off and ridge tiles, all done hopefully within days. All the wood to be moved now ready for scaffolding to go.
Day 13/14 Nearly done getting set for scaffolding to be removed, facias finished off and ridge tiles, all done hopefully within days. All the wood to be moved now ready for scaffolding to go.
End of Day 14, thanks to some members materials moved, carpets removed inside and pool table shifted to make room for dismantled snooker tables on Wed 6th July.
End of Day 14, thanks to some members materials moved, carpets removed inside and pool table shifted to make room for dismantled snooker tables on Wed 6th July.
End of Day 14, thanks to some members materials moved, carpets removed inside and pool table shifted to make room for dismantled snooker tables on Wed 6th July.
End of Day 14, thanks to some members materials moved, carpets removed inside and pool table shifted to make room for dismantled snooker tables on Wed 6th July.
End of Day 14, thanks to some members materials moved, carpets removed inside and pool table shifted to make room for dismantled snooker tables on Wed 6th July.
Week 8 and scaffolding down, and final items being done to the roof before completion.
Week 8 and scaffolding down, and final items being done to the roof before completion.
Week 8 and scaffolding down, and final items being done to the roof before completion.
Week 8 – Work continuing to clear match room, inside room & committee room before tables dismantled Wed 6th July.
Week 8 – Work continuing to clear match room, inside room & committee room before tables dismantled Wed 6th July.

5 thoughts on “Goonhavern Snooker Club”

  1. Easter 2022 will see the temporary closure of the village snooker club. MAC contractors will be putting on a complete pitched roof from that date, hopefully during DRY WEATHER! During the closure the club will be re-vamped in many ways, we look forward to welcoming back members and anyone interested in a game of snooker, pool or darts. Re-opening date will be advised, John (Hon.Sec.)

  2. Hi, my lad is 17 in October, we are struggling to find a place locally where he can practice with other snooker fans. We live in Newquay, the edgecliff is strictly over 18’s. Wondered if he could join GH club? Thank you for letting me know asap.

  3. Good Evening
    I am currently living in Bodmin, due to working in Bodmin making it easier.
    I was wondering what the criteria is for ‘locals’ membersip?
    What hours is the club open?
    I appreciate match night isn’t one to have a game however would watching be an option?
    I haven’t played for some years and would like to find somewhere I can play, with or without an opponent.
    Do you have any advice to offer?
    Many Thanks for your time
    Andy

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