By Brian Jackson
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It's common to see a small girl sitting by her father, who called in from his Sunday morning walk. 45 At the Club Tuesday and Wednesday evenings are quiet ones. Pay day is a long way behind. And Wednesday, end of the financial week, is called 'common sense night'. Thursday night is much busier as some trades get paid then, and Friday and Monday lead in and out of the very busy weekends. ' At Turnbridge Working Men's Club on a Wednesday evening, there were two or three youths playing billiards, fifteen to twenty men and then as the evening wore on a dozen or so wives and mothers came in.
Many men will be off work and the place will be quite crowded, and on Sundays at this time it will be packed. Regular members attend their own club for a drink before Sunday dinner, even members who have now moved some distance away. Women are not usually allowed in the club at this time, and a gathering is created-kin, workmates, old schoolmates, neighboursdifferent from that on any other occasion. It cannot be like this in a pub, and in the evenings they may have their wives with them or be visiting other places, or they may have more visitors in their own club.
Working Class Community: Some General Notions Raised by a Series of Studies in Northern England by Brian Jackson