West London Trades Union Club

33-35 High Street
Acton
W3 6ND
Telephone(020) 8992 4557
Real AleQuiet PubFamily FriendlyGardenSmokingFunction RoomDog FriendlyWiFi
Opening times: 7-Midnight Mon-Fri; Closed Sat; 7-Midnight Sun

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:

West London Trades Union Club will re-open Monday, 3rd August, from 7:30pm until 10:30pm. We will be open up to and including Thursday, 6th. We hope to open Mondays to Thursdays at the same times thereafter. Sensible social distancing and hygiene rules will be in force. Ordering is to be done by one person at a time no nearer the bar than the pillar. Patrons should not sit by wall leading to the garden and lavatories because it blocks the passageway and exposes them to risk. CAMRA members are welcome as individuals or in small groups but please ring 020 8992 4557 after 7:10pm to book or after 7:30pm to check if tables are available. For the time being, only one real ale will be available although we can do off-sales if customers provide their own containers and off-sales of wine by the bottle will be available. The only food permissible for consumption will be packaged snacks sold at the bar. There will be an area in the back garden reserved for smokers but we hosting next door’s scaffolding in at present.

See more about this pub on WhatPub, CAMRA's national pub guide.

This small and friendly Club – run as a co-operative – combines excellent real ale with a busy cultural and social life. Two real ales are served from a variety of small independent breweries - and particularly from the ever-changing Nelson brewery range. The Acton Community Theatre is upstairs, and regular film shows are also held. The Club is usually closed on Saturdays, but opens on some for special events - see website for dates and details. The local CAMRA branch is an associate member – show a CAMRA membership card or a copy of the Good Beer Guide to gain access. The Club celebrated its 35th anniversary in 2018, and the building has been part of the co-operative movement for over a century.