CHRISTMAS OPENING HOURS
Christmas Eve Thursday 24th December - Closed
Christmas Day Friday 25th December - Closed
Boxing DaySaturday 26th December - Closed
Bank Holiday Monday 28th December - Closed
Tuesday 29th December - Open - 10:00am til 3:30pm
Wednesday 30th December - Open - 10:00am til 3:30pm
New Years Eve Thursday 31st December - Closed
New Years Day Friday 1st January - Closed
Saturday 2nd January - Open - 10:00am til 1:30pm
Then Back to Our Normal Hours From Monday 4th January 2016
MONDAY to FRIDAY
10:00 - 17:30
10:00 - 13:30
Welcome to Egham Town Football Club LTD's Beautiful Bathrooms web site where 'beautiful bathrooms cost less". We are unique in so much as our bathroom showroom is part of the Egham Town Football Club Ltd and operates for the benefit of the club.
We have run a large Family Plumbers Merchants for over 40 years and our showroom is run by staff who have been in the Bathroom retail trade for over 40 years who are now giving the football club the benefit of this experience to help and advise if needed.
We are very competitive on pricing.
Please have a look at What's On Display to see the wide range of products that we have on show within our Showroom.
Our showroom has all of the major bathroom brands on display. The suppliers we work with can be found here.
We would strongly advise a visit to our showroom where our experienced staff will be only too pleased to assist you in selecting the best bathroom to suit your needs and budget.
Egham Town Football Club LTD would like to thank the following people for their contributions to the club as a whole:
Right Honourable Mr. Phillip Hammond M.P (For His whole-hearted support for this club) And also we would like to thank the following people for their support and quote they gave to the Surrey Herald.
John Furey (Council leader) Paul Tuley (Deputy Mayor, Runnymede Councillor ).
Quote from Article in the Surrey Herald Published on Wednesday 3rd October 2007
" Runnymede Councillor Paul Tuley said ' I fully support this move by the football club. It's an ingenious way of supporting the club financially and I hope its successful. '
Council Leader John Furey added: ' The borough has always supported local sporting activities and I believe that anything that helps this club should be done. They are trying something quite radical and I absolutely applaud their initiative.' "