Gaming in pubs and clubs
Members' clubs, miners' welfare institutes and commercial clubs can apply for a club machine permit. Only members' clubs and miners' welfare institutes can apply for a club gaming permit - commercial clubs cannot apply.
A club gaming permit authorises the provision of up to three gaming machines and also allows equal-chance gaming (for example, poker) and games of chance (for example, pontoon, chemin-de-fer) under certain restrictions.
- New permit - £100/£150
- Variation - £100
- Annual fee - £50
- Transfer of permit - £25
- Change of name - £25
- Copy of permit - £15
Download and return the application form to email@example.com:
You can pay for your licence online right now using our secure payment system. Please select 'Licensing' from the left-hand side:
Report a licensing issue
Hambleton District Council is consulting on a revised policy with a new layout, amended dates where necessary, updated references to the Gambling Commission guidance and a more up-to-date local authority health profile. Any comments or observations must reach the Licensing Team via firstname.lastname@example.org by 24 November 2021.