Mon, 18 June 2012 3:32PM
Sandown Social Club has been told to improve, after having its licence reviewed.
Police had called for the debate following concerns about a party which happened in April where under 18s and non-members were admitted, despite the licence not allowing it.
Concerns have also been raised about the venue dating back to 2006, including noise and anti social behaviour.
At a licence review at County Hall in Newport today (Monday) councillors imposed a number of new rules on the licence to encourage the venue's managers to improve.
They included no drinking outside of the club and no under 18s allowed on site.
Staff will also be trained to serve alcohol responsibly and they've been told to put up signs asking for customers to be considerate to neighbours as they leave.
Managers have also been told to display a clear notice at every bar saying that proof of ID shall be required from any person appearing to be under the age of 21.
They also been told to record every refusal to supply or sell alcohol to a person who is drunk or apparently under the age of 18.
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