By Victoria Benn in The Yorkshire Times.
I don’t often think about what an archetypal northern social club might look like, but if someone were to ask me now, I would now know the answer; the Caroline Social Club in Saltaire.
The club is so named because of its location on Caroline Street.
It is an unprepossessing building from the outside; with a mixture of wood cladding, pebble dashing and stained concrete walls – yet inside it retains all the retro charm of its mid-century origins, with pine clad walls, a warm intimate feeling and a very cool orange and yellow hued stage area.
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