Notorious 43-room swingers club in race to find new home as it faces closure

A notorious swingers' club that offers up 43 rooms is desperately seeking a new home as the owner reveals the club is facing closure.

The Attic, owned by Ron Rothwell and based in Derby, must find a new home by November 2023 after the building it is based in was sold to a developer in October last year.

Rothwell, 75, says the club will face closure if it cannot find a large enough venue to host its customers, Derby Telegraph writes.

The 75-year-old said: "It's devastating, really. We've done everything we can, we've complied with the council and everybody in every way."

He continued: "People travel from Scotland, Ireland, Wales, everywhere to come to the club. We've even got one couple who come from France once a month.

"I'll be devastated if it goes. We've put a lot of work in there to make it grow and grow. We just hope the council will give us some help to get somewhere.

"The customers are all upset and we've had a lot of offers of help to move if we get somewhere. It's surprising how many people have said they'll come and help, but we do get a lot of help from people. People are happy with it and they like to feel a part of things."

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The swingers' club, which employs around 20 people, welcomes couples of all ages to its 43-room building, with themed rooms including a schoolroom and Aztec, an adult cinema, dungeon and realistic dogging zone.

Rothwell acknowledged that it is not for everyone, but thanks to a welcoming atmosphere, the club can host up to 500 customers at once, with the club being popular among the LGBTQ+ community.

He said: "We're probably the biggest club in the country and we've got one of the biggest followings for transvestites and crossdressers. If we get the right place, what we're hoping to do is set up an advice centre in it too for people new to this sort of thing."

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