PENARTH’S FORMER “ECLIPSE” / “CLUB 220” NIGHT-CLUB IS TO RE-OPEN

The eclpse Nightclub Club - latterly known as Club 220 is to re-open the weekend after next.

The former Eclipse Nightclub  – latterly known as Club 220 –  closed in 2015 . It’s now been announced that the club is to re-open the weekend after next under new management

The former “Eclipse Nightclub” (a.k.a. Club 220)   in Penarth Town Centre above Costa Coffee in Windsor Road  is to re-open.

Mr Naz Mohammed has announced that he is now the new owner of the club and plans to re-open it in time for the Scotland v Wales match the weekend after next (February 25th).

The club – the only nightclub in Penarth –  has been out of action ever since Club 220 – the successor to The Eclipse  – abruptly closed in June 2015.

Mr Mohammad says the club is “absolutely beautiful” and has been “done out to a very high standard.” He has a licence to operate until 02:00 am  and will be bringing in experienced manager Martyn James to oversee the operation.

The Eclipse night club sign was once a familiar feature of Windsor Road Penarth

The Eclipse night club sign was once a familiar feature of Windsor Road Penarth

IMG_1744In its prior incarnation the club was called Eclipse – and before that was known as “Tel’s”

 

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8 Responses to PENARTH’S FORMER “ECLIPSE” / “CLUB 220” NIGHT-CLUB IS TO RE-OPEN

  1. That’s good news. We wont need late night buses back from Cardiff now.

    • Dafydd says:

      Last person to leave Plaid Cymru, switch the light off.

    • A late night bus is needed for those wishing to commute from Cardiff who are doing night shifts. This allows for flexibility for their working hours.
      Some ladies feel uncomfortable travelling on their own in a taxi from Cardiff.
      People would still socialise in Cardiff which is why a late-night bus is needed.
      Some people are young.

  2. sjleworthy says:

    bring back Tel’s 🙂

  3. Penileaks says:

    ‘In its prior incarnation the club was called Eclipse – and before that was known as “Tel’s” …….and ‘The Junction’ before that !

  4. Just what the town centre needs , forget the out of use CCTV cameras , forget the almost non excitant Police presence lately, its marvellous news, along with drunks spilling out of the Fag Pub ( the worst ‘dive’ in town) and congregating outside to smoke along with screaming females at the weekends , we will have another ‘dive’ that will be open till 2 am just feet away. So forget that Bar 44 or Prezzo have tried to make that part of town decent and more respectable looking .

    • CelticMan says:

      I totally agree with you apart from the fact that Bar 44 have already fuelled the drunks who will spill their way a few doors down to make a nuisance there. Maybe the doorstaff can move with them. God help the people who live nearby.

  5. snoggerdog says:

    bring back tels & the chun ho, oh & guidis & jack savages & the washington & lets have the solid six playing down the marina while wer,e at it.

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