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Set in the 1862 Victorian house, Fairfield is our pleasant social club, restaurant and function hall which is home to the Uxbridge Conservative Club. The friendly members, relaxing atmosphere, along with regular events and hall hire make our home the number one venue choice for local residents and visitors to Uxbridge alike. Please take a look at what we have done, what we are doing and what we could do for you!

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Fairfield is a beautiful Victorian House, built in 1862 by a well to do Draper, Mr. Thomas Henry Johnson. In 1953 the house, which boasted a magnificent Chamber Organ, was then sold to Osterley Lodge Limited, a property developer. In addition to building several houses in the extensive grounds, Osterley Lodge Limited sold “Fairfield” to the Uxbridge Conservative Club in February 1954 for £ 5,000.The new Club was officially opened on the 2nd April 1954 by Lord Vansittart of Denham Place. 


President - Mr. Steve Tuckwell

Chairman - Mr. Tim Hutchin

Vice Chairman - Mr Colin Jenkins

Treasurer - Mr. Phil StilWell

Secretary - Mr. Trevor Walden

Committee Members - Mr. Kevin Clack Mr. Denis Hankins Mr. John Cavell Mr. David Little

BEHAVIOUR - Drunkenness, disorderly conduct and bad language are not permissible or allowed on Club premises. Continued abuse of this Club Rule means that the Member(s) in question will not be served any more alcohol and will be asked to leave the premises. Persistent bad behaviour will result in the expulsion of the Member(s) from the Club.

DRESS STANDARDS - Smart casual dress is the minimum standard to be expected at all times.

CHILDREN - Children are permitted in the club up until 8pm. They must be under the control of the introducing member at all times. They are not permitted to enter the snooker room unless playing with their parent/member. These rules also apply to private functions, whereby children are allowed in the Windsor Room but they are under the control of the organiser of the function and their parents

MOBILE TELEPHONES - Members are NOT permitted to make or receive mobile telephone calls in either the Churchill or Windsor Rooms. Calls can however be made/received in the hallway to avoid disturbing other members in that bar.

CAR PARKING - The car park is for the use of members but not for all day parking. When parking here during the day, or if leaving a car in an awkward position members are required to leave their membership card visibly displayed on the dashboard of their vehicle.When accessing or leaving the club, please give way to drivers coming in from Fairfield Road, as reversing onto a main road is illegal. If leaving the club please be courteous and back up to allow the other member room to get into the car park.

GUESTS - It is a LEGAL requirement that guests must be signed in on each occasion they enter the club. A visitor to the club may ONLY visit twice in any month and on each visit must pay a fee of £1.00 to be placed into the relevant  box in the entrance hall.

Similarly, all affiliated members must sign the relevant membership book but do not have to pay the £1.00 fee. Affiliated members are not restricted on the number of times they visit the club whilst in the area.

DRINKING UP TIME - Drinking up time is 20 minutes after the bar closes.

Current and previous MPS

2015 B Johnson (Con) 1997-2015 J Randall (Con) 1972-1997 M Shersby (Con) 1970 C Curran (Con) 1966 J Ryan (Labour) 1964 C Curran (Con) 1959 C Curran (Con) 1955 F Beswick (Labour) 1951 F Beswick (Labour) 1945 F Beswick (Labour) 1931, 1935 J.J. Llewellyn (Con)

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