I'm sure someone will know better than I, so I thought I'd ask the question.
I understand that in a public house the publican can refuse entry
or service for whatever reason, guess that's their prerogative.
But what about a private club, its more a working men's style club thing I suppose.
I paid life membership about 12 years ago, only go in once or twice a month these days, to see my folks. Never had a cross word in there or any trouble.
I've had a letter saying after incidents last weekend-as yet undisclosed, I'm not welcome until further notice.
Now something happened, but I'm guessing this has been blown out of all proportion by the other parties and I have been barred. As far as I'm aware neither of the other parties have.
Can they actually do this without asking my version of events, or at least talk to me about what happened from my perspective!
Surely they cant just bar me without some justification?
Do the barring or "disciplinary" procedures work differently as its a private club run by a committee?
I intend to argue this barring, but I thought I'd see if anyone had any ideas on where I actually do stand!