Lincolnshire lap dancing club
Taboo Lap Dancing Club in Granham has been given a permission to stay open after local council members unanimously approved its license renewal.
The club describes itself as having “an ever changing selection of girls available from Wednesday through to Sunday so even when the party stops, we don’t”.
The club recently submitted an application for their license renewal to South Kevesten District Council.
There were no objections made on the part of the “responsible authorities”, according to the council.
One of the primary reasons for granting the license to Taboo is the responsible behavior and good reputation the club has earned during the past four years. The police also had no objections against the club’s license renewal.
Taboo pride themselves to “provide the highest class establishment in the town” along with a great selection of upmarket champagnes catering for both stag, hen and birthday parties.
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Former bar in Middlesborough has applied for a license
Middlesborough town centre could see the return of a lap-dancing club.
Former bar Slam! at Exchange Place has applied for a sexual entertainment venue license.
A permission was submitted last year to change the club’s premises license and extend the opening hours by Paul James Gourlay, owner of Wild West Leisure, the company running Slam!. The application received an objection by Cleveland Police and Middlesbrough MP Andy McDonald.
Paul’s plans at the time were to open a German style bier keller named ‘The Bier Keller-Party Cellar’, and turn half of the venue into a lap-dancing club.
The intriguing part is that the new license application has been made under the venue name “Richmonds” – it’s not clear if any part of the premises will be a bier keller.
A spokesman for Middlesbrough Council said: “The authority has received an application for a sexual entertainment venue license for a property in Exchange Place.
“A 28-day objection period is now in place in which, if objections are received, the application will be considered in full by the licensing committee.”
Secrets-the towns former club, which opened its doors amid controversy in 2003, operated for seven years before closing down following complaints from the police.
Teeside’s other lap dancing establishment, Angels, is still doing business in Redcar.
Redcar and Cleveland Council did receive an application for a sexual entertainment venue license for a site in South Bank last year, but a strip club never opened.