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Initially, back in 1900, there was an attempt to form a Los del Bronce Peña by metal workers in Pamplona. It was necessary to wait until 1950 for this idea to materialize. Various groups of workers came together to create the Peña Club. A checked blue and white smock was chosen as their color which, according to some anecdotes, was a cheap cloth to buy. At the time it was something of a novelty to wear this gear all day, as it was more habitual for the Peña clubs to only wear the smocks to the bullfights. As this smock covered the traditional sash, it was decided to leave of using it. The football team from this Peña originally used the smocks as their football shirt as they lacked funds to buy proper shirts.
In the 1960's the "los del Bronce" Sports Society was created within this Peña and a premises was rented at the "Telefonicas" Bar. There are many anecdotes from this period, among them, that a consume soup was sold at 10 pesetas and, if you wanted a clean mug, it cost 20 pesetas! It seems that the kitchen was in an open patio with no running water. Another story is that the winter of 1967 was so cold that they had to make a clandestine connection with the heating system of the nearby San Lorenzo church.
Besides their San Fermin activities, this Peña organized sections for a football team, handball team and music classes. From this latter section, started by Fermin Lacunza, the "fanfare Jarauta 69" band came into being and they took their name from the premises of the Peña club.
Since 1979 the Los del Bronce Peña Club have been in their present premises at no. 54 Jarauta Street. There a rugby team was created in 1988 along with a cultural section to do with Sanfermin. This "stepping-stone" to the fiestas is celebrated on the following Friday to the traditional "stepping-stone" dates, and they celebrate round-tables, meetings and music sessions. They also organize cookery classes and during San Fermin they provide a fixed menu each day at their premises.