Cellar Bar & Games Room

The Cellar Bar and Games Room is run by a student committee known as 'Barco'.

Wolfson bar is one of the social hubs of Wolfson's community. The bar is run on a voluntary basis people are trained to run the bar and sign up to a rota. If you would like to get involved, please contact the Chair of BarCo.

Opening Hours

Sunday to Thursday:

20.00 to 23.30

Friday and Saturday:

21.00 to 02.00 (no music after 01.00)

Bops

21.00  to 01.30

  • Wolfson Cellar Bar is open to members of College and Common Room only.
  • Members must sign in guests who accompany them.

Payment

Payment for drinks is made from credit loaded on to your University Card. Credit can be purchased at the Wolfson Gateway which is charged to your Battels.


Games Room

This room is adjacent to the Cellar Bar, and equipment is available to play table tennis, pool, darts and table football. It may be used by all during the bar opening hours. Additionally, members of College may ask at the Lodge for the key to the Games Room in order to use the equipment at other times. Clubs can use this space for their weekly meetings.

Key Documents
Downloads
The Constitution of Wolfson College Cellar BarDownload
Wolfson Bar Wine MenuDownload
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*THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED BY THE ORGANISER*

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