About Us

Norton House Country Club was originally Norton House, built in 1623 by Morewood of Oakes Park. From this time through to the mid 1800’s the house was occupied by a series of well do to businessmen including Robert Newton who raised a troop of horse to defend George II against the Stuarts, in addition to introducing a process of refining precious metals in Sheffield.

In 1863 Charles Cammell bought the house for £10,000, demolished it and erected the present building which was subsequently owned by a Stipendary Magistrate in Sheffield and M J Gleeson (builder) before occupation in 1941 by the Home Guard during the 2nd World War.

In 1945 Norton House Country Club was formed as a private members’ club and in 1964 the house was extended to enlarge the lounge into what is now the function room. We are happy to accept and welcome new members who wish to enjoy the Club’s facilities and social evenings.

Norton House Country Club

Throughout the following pages, we are proud to present Norton House Country Club as the ideal venue for your special event. Whatever the occasion, you can be assured of a warm welcome with freshly prepared food and a reliable standard of service to ensure that your event is a memorable one. We consider our pricing structure to be reasonable for our location and quality of venue and we are always willing to tailor our services to meet your requirements. Children are welcome at private functions but in accordance with the Children’s Charter, we do insist that they are supervised and controlled. Our front and rear car parks have 55 spaces.

Our aim is to provide an experience that you are happy to recommend.

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