Clayton RSL Sub-Branch aims to provide responsible service and a safe secure environment for both patrons and employee. Responsible serving of alcohol is important for legal, health and social reasons. Our Sub-Branch must abide by the rules set down by the Liquor Act, the Gaming Act and other statutory requirements. Integral to this is the Sub-Branch’s policy based on the responsible service of alcohol and responsible gaming practices. The Sub-Branch has therefore developed the following guidelines:
The Liquor Act sets out penalties for irresponsible service of alcohol. The individual employee member and the Sub-Branch are potentially liable.
It is illegal to
Imminent changes to the Liquor Act legislation will see the implementation of all Food and Beverage Employee attaining a current certified Responsible Service of Alcohol Certificate.
The Tobacco Products (Prevention of supply to Children) Act 1998 states that all employees are to take ‘reasonable’ steps to prevent a person under the age of 18 from obtaining tobacco/cigarettes from a vending machine on Sub-Branch premises (even if the product is for, or claimed to be for an adult).
Gamblers help Hot Line – 1800 858 858
Commitment to Responsible Gambling
This Venue is committed to providing the highest standards of customer care and responsible gambling. The Venue's Responsible Gambling Code of Conduct describes how we demonstrate this commitment.
Responsible Gambling exists when gambling occurs in a regulated environment where consumers can make informed choices about gambling, and can exercise a rational and sensible choice based on their individual circumstances. Responsible gambling exists where there is a shared responsibility and collective action is taken by the gambling industry, government, individuals and communities.
Location: George Foster Room
10am - 2:30pm
The day starts with the Club song and birthday announcements. A Tai Chi session is conducted between 10.30 and 11.30 for those that wish to participate and a small cost is involved. We also have a Qualified Physiologist run an Exercise Class between 10.30 and 11.00 which is free. Others may prefer to play cards, or chat etc.
From 11.30 we assemble and play mind games, quizzes and have a raffle draw until our lunch break at 12.00.
Members can sit down to lunch at a cost to the individual or purchase sandwiches from the bar.
Following lunch, bingo, cards games and carpet bowls are played during the afternoon.
Guest speakers, demonstrations and light entertainment events occur several times throughout the year.
The Club's Birthday and Christmas celebrations are special events and bus trips are arranged during the year.
Location: George Foster Room
2pm - 4pm
$3 for 15 Games
1st Session 14 games - $50 prize
15th Game $500 prize
2nd Session 14 games - $50 prize
15th Game - $500 prize and A rolling Jackpot of up to $1,000