Hilton Smythe are delighted to introduce Woodlands Snooker Club and Woodlands Bingo Club to the market, an extremely well established and profitable concern which has been run by the current owners for the past thirty one years and is now reluctantly offered for sale due to retirement
Woodlands Snooker Club offers fantastic, extensive leisure facilities affording a friendly and comfortable atmosphere allowing customers to relax and socialise. The facilities include six full size snooker tables, two pool tables, a dartboard, dominoes, three gaming machines and a lottery machine. The customers can enjoy watching important sporting events on the four HDTVs in the bar area.
There is a lounge/function room accessible from the snooker bar where top sporting events are shown on a fifty foot square HD big screen.
Membership of Woodlands Snooker Club is £10 per person with concessions for senior citizens and junior members, their membership being £3. A family package maximum four persons is available for £15. The current membership roll is approximately two thousand three hundred.
Woodlands Bingo Club is tastefully decorated and fully fitted out for bingo sessions, can accommodate approximately three hundred people and is fitted with two hundred and six mechanised cash bingo positions. The popular bingo sessions are currently held three days a week.
Membership of Woodlands Bingo Club is free; its current membership is in excess of two thousand members.
Woodlands Snooker Club and Woodlands Bingo Club are part of an impressive building, perfectly situated on the Great North Road, Woodlands, Doncaster, DN6, accessible from the A1 (M) and the A638.
At a national level Doncaster is situated on the A1 (M) and is within twenty minutes of the M1 and M62 key motorways.
Doncaster is located in South Yorkshire, approximately twenty miles from Sheffield. In the 2011 census Doncaster had a population circa. 302,000.
Due to its proximity to major urban centres and motorway/rail infrastructure, Doncaster has a number of major distribution centres, including the Doncaster International Railport, which dispatches goods to Europe by rail. Large warehousing and logistic capabilities for retailers which include Next, Tesco and Ikea.
Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery is the town’s main museum, which was opened in 1964. The museum exhibits silverware and trophies won at the famous Doncaster Racecourse.
Woodlands Snooker Club and Woodlands Bingo Club occupy prominent trading positions, the frontage of both businesses facing directly onto to the very busy dual carriageway and are surrounded by complimentary businesses ensuring high footfall in the area.
To describe the substantial, brick built, three story premises less than impressive, would be an understatement, standing proudly in parallel with the busy dual carriageway.
The Snooker Club is accessed from the main road, front entrance, where the staircase leads to the well illuminated, large snooker hall measures approximately twenty seven by fourteen and a half metres. The bar is more than adequately equipped with fifteen beer dispensers, sixteen optics and two double door, under the counter bottle display chillers. There are two electric EPOS tills and membership computer.
To the rear of the bar is a kitchen area with washing and food preparation areas. Comprising a glass washer, double stainless sink unit, stainless steel preparation area, two deep fat fryers, griddle, wall mounted eye level grill, upright fridge, upright freezer, microwave and ice machine. Extraction hood above fryers and griddle.
The snooker bar area houses an array of free standing tables, chairs and settees with bench seating around the perimeter, a variety of gaming machines and two pool tables.
The six snooker tables are through a balustrade partition, this area also has bench seating around the perimeter.
The lounge/function room is accessed from the snooker bar. This bar has nine beer dispensers, 12 optics, three single door bottle coolers and one electric EPOS till. To the rear there is a small washing up room which leads to a workshop, store and directors office. There is bench seating at either end of the room with free standing tables and chairs. There are six captains bar chairs and one pool table. This also houses the HD big screen.
The Bingo Club has its own main front entrance which leads to an entrance foyer with ladies and gents toilet facilities. The Bingo hall has purpose fitted upholstered seating. The bar has two beer dispensers, ten optics and one bottle cooler. A double stainless steel sink washing area and one EPOS till. Another EPOS till is sited on the book sales counter. There are two cash bingo computerised systems on the stage.
Next to the entrance to Woodlands Snooker Club is a Sweet Shop/General Store also run by the current owners.
There are two other shop units, a sandwich shop and white goods shop. Plus a garage undertaking car servicing and MOTs. These units are rented out contributing to the overall profitability of the business, and leading to the potential of changed use to a variety of other business opportunities, subject to planning permission.
For information purposes, we detailed below the approximate measurements of the various locations within the business.
The Snooker Hall 27M x 14.5M
The Lounge/Function Room 6M x 14.5M
The Bingo Hall 28M x 14.5M
The Sweet Shop 3.5M x 4.5M
The Stock Room 5.5M x 4.0M
The White Goods Shop 3.5 M x 4.5M, the second room 9M x 4M
The Sandwich Shop 3M x 4.5M
The Garage 17.5M x 15M
The business is Freehold.
The business currently trades:
Seven days a week 10.00 a.m. -11.00 p.m.
The business is currently owner run and managed, with the assistance of five full time and nine part time staff.
The business reports a healthy turnover in excess of £465,000.
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