Darton Darby & Joan Club situated in Darton, Barnsley was founded in 1954 to provide facilities for recreation and leisure in the interests of social welfare with the object of improving the conditions of life of residents of the then Darton Urban District.
In 1968 plans were drawn up to move into new premises on land that had been donated to the Darby & Joan Club and the village raised the money for the building of the hall.
The Darby & Joan Club is a charity that is registered with the Charity Commision.
The Club is available for hire 7 days a week whether this is a one-off party booking or a regular booking. Have a look at our calendar for availability.
DARTON DARBY & JOAN CLUB
The Darby & Joan Club has been fortunate to secure
a grant of £20,052 from WREN (Waste Recycling Environmental Ltd) which will
enable us to replace the floor in the hall and the roof.
The grant was awarded as the Club is eligible under the Landfill Communities Fund as it is located within the WREN operating area.
The work commenced in March and despite the weather it was all finished on April 4th.
The launch of Teeny Time Penistone has been such a big hit that we are introducing Teeny Time Darton in September. With more activities, equipment and a larger venue, we are looking forward to launching our new sessions!
Sessions will run on Tuesday mornings from 9.30 to 11am. Under 1's cost just £2 and over 1's cost £4. All crafts, take home activities, refreshments and resources are included. Each session has a theme, a short group activity time and free play to explore all of our activity 'stations' and meet other families.
Our launch session is 11 September and is an exclusive £1 per child!
Visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/teeny-time-darton-launch-tickets-48622997695 to book your spaces.