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newsWe have some sponsorship vacancies in the next 6 months at the paceway. If you or your business are interested in a fun night out with lots of publicity for your business contact the club to find out more 49561807

The winning post and mobile barrier are also available for signage, this will provide fantastic coverage for your company.

YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN THE CLUB:

On Behalf of the board I would like to invite members of the public to become a member of the Newcastle harness Racing Club. To join contact us now to arrange for a membership application form to be sent to you or you can down load one from our web site, go to club information on the web site or call us 49561750 – 49561807 – send completed forms with payment to PO Box 149 Broadmeadow 2292. Payment available by credit card ph 49561750. New memberships are $20.Fill in a membership application form from our web site and send your $20 payment to PO Box 149 Broadmeadow 2292. http://newcastleharness.com.au

NEWCASTLE HARNESS RACING CLUB HOUSE POLICY ON THE RESPONSIBLE SERVICE OF ALCOHOL

  • This club recognises that it is against the law to serve any person who is intoxicated.
  • This club recognises that it is against the law to serve or supply alcohol to any person under the age of 18 years.
  • This club recognises it is against the law for other people to obtain alcohol on behalf of people under 18 years of age.
  • This club recognises that it is against the law to allow intoxicated, disruptive, violent or inappropriate behaviour to occur on the premises.
  • This club seeks to ensure that no harm comes to patrons as a result of our service of alcohol.
  • A range of drinks are available on these premises, these include a range of non alcoholic beverages and water.
  • This club does not seek to encourage rapid or excessive consumption of alcohol through pricing.
  • Low alcohol beers and non alcoholic beverages are stocked and promoted.
  • Staff have been acquainted with this house policy & trained to implement it.
  • If a staff member feels that a patron is becoming intoxicated, they will offer a range of options as an alternative to alcohol consumption.
  • If such patron continues to order alcoholic beverages the staff member will contact the bar manager, the general manager or RSA supervisor and alert them to the patrons current or impending state of intoxication.
  • The senior staff person will determine whether or not service should be refused.
  • If service is refused the senior staff person will politely explain to the patron/s that the club cannot legally serve alcohol to the point of intoxication.
  • If in the staffs opinion in the person is intoxicated they will be asked to leave the premises immediately.
  • If a staff member believes that a person who is ordering or being supplied alcohol is under age they will politely request proof of age identification. If the person is under 18 yrs of age or refuses to supply identification, staff will refuse service and request the senior staff to ask the person to leave the club.
  • All incidents should be reported to the manager or RSA supervisor or security who will record them in the incident book.
  • This club does not allow intoxicated persons to enter the club.
  • If a staff member notices a person/s behaviour to become disruptive, violent or inappropriate they will contact the manager or security. If the behaviour is not reduced the senior staff member or security will ask the person/s to leave the premises. If the person refuses, the police will be called.
  • Staff members will discourage person/s who appears to have a blood alcohol limit higher than the legal limit from driving.
  • This club offers a number of services designed to discourage drinking and driving such as calling taxis, overnight parking, holding keys in a safe place.

THIS CLUB SEEKS TO PUBLICISE AND PROMOTE ITS POSITION ON RESPONSIBLE SERVING OF ALCOHOL PRACTICES.

Information for members and their guests.