Bexhill Senior Citizens Club

The Autumn Sale is on Saturday 3rd October from 10am, it is a very popular event, with many stalls, so please make a note in your diary and come along and support us, there will be lots to entice you, delicious cakes, tombola, books, bric a brac and much more, entry is free.

The club is doing well, the boiler is working well and the roof has now been repaired, so things are looking nice and cosy for those cold winter days.

If you are over 55 then why not pop along and have a look round, we are a friendly bunch, and have a huge range of activities available, if you enjoy singing, reading, dancing, darts, pool, dominoes, chess and many more, we would be pleased to welcome you in for a coffee one morning and show you round.

We now have an additional creative writing group. This second one is much smaller, very relaxed and friendly, and meets at 10-am on the second Tuesday of each month. If you would like to come and share your stories, poems, etc with us over a cup of coffee, and be inspired to keep your pen active, you will be made warmly welcome. Alternatively, if you would like to hear more details first, then just pop into theClub any weekday morning beween 10-am and noon and the group leader, Sheila King, will be happy to meet you.

The computer group is always looking for new members, we are currently taking bookings for a new Publisher Class, so if you fancy making cards or designing posters then come and find out more.

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