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Club History and Organisation:

The Club was founded in the early 1990s and is run by an elected Committee consisting of: Chairman, Programme Co-ordinator, Treasurer, Membership Secretary and several other members.  The Committee meets each month and produces a programme of events mostly organised or hosted by the members.  There is also a WhatsApp Group for members to post ad hoc events for last minute get togethers. 

Committee members attend the Club night at The Crooked Billet on Tuesday evenings to welcome prospective new members.

 

About the Club: 

The Club exists to provide a social life for single people aged 60+.

Throughout the year the Club provides social get togethers throughout the week and an organised walk on Sundays, sometimes followed by a lunch and/or a meeting with non walking members.

 

The programme of future events is posted to each member every month with a full and varied list of activities.  
 

Booking for an event is easy, just choose an event from the programme, contact the organiser if booking is required and pay via BACS to the Club Treasurer.

 

How to Join the Club:

Prospective new members are eligible to attend two events before deciding to join the Club.  Club nights on Tuesdays do not count towards the two events.

You will be asked to complete a short application form and pay £48 for a year's membership (less than £1 a week).

Membership forms are available on email us via the Contact Us page on the website.

Incentives:

The Club offers various incentives to its members to encourage them to take part in the running of the Club.

You could pay as little as £28 for annual membership.  

Introduce a new member and your next year’s subscription will be reduced by £10 for each new member and/or organise an event for the Club and receive a discount of £10 on your next annual membership renewal for each event organised; the maximum discount you can claim under these schemes is a total of £20.  When renewing please let us know which events you have organised.

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