CHESTER HILL RSL & CAMPSIE RSL GROUP
Chester Hill RSL Club is now proud to be a part of the Campsie RSL group. The renovations are finished and the Cheso has never looked so good!
Fantastic meal deals for lunch and dinner, 7 days a week!
Membership at Cheso is just $11 for 5 years.
For the food, the friendship and the entertainment;
It’s time to come back to the Cheso - Chester Hill RSL.
Campsie RSL Group
The Campsie RSL Group is proud of its place in our community. Encompassing Campsie RSL, Chester Hill RSL, the group has donated over $1 million in 2018 - directly assisting veterans welfare, disability groups, schools, hospitals, sporting teams and a range of charities.
Another $335,000 was recently donated to help farming families and communities affected by the drought.
The Campsie RSL Group offers safe, friendly clubs throughout our community, including the newly renovated Chester Hill RSL.
Membership is just $11 for 5 years, why not become a member today?
Under the chairmanship of Mr C. Stemple, the Club was officially opened on 1st April 1950 at 35 Anglo Road, Campsie. Trading hours were – Monday to Friday: 4pm to 6.15pm and 7.30pm to 11pm; Saturdays: 11am to 1.30pm and 21pm to 6.15pn and 7.30pm to 11pm. Purchase was made of two poker machines with denominations of 6d and 1.
In 1951 at the first AGM they had a total of 60 members. The Club was run by volunteer labour until 1955.
In April 1957 a liquor license was granted with the licensee being the Secretary Manager, Mr W. Allen. After many more building committees and extensions the Club as we know it today was officially opened on 13th December 1969, by the Hon. R.W. Askin, Premier of NSW.
Board of Directors
G. G. Brian