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Grey Matter...


So you retire from business and breathe a sigh of relief, then what? Many who retire from business life feel eventually there is something missing; the mental stimulation, meeting like minded people and the feeling of still being a part of something. If this sounds familiar, you will be pleased to know you are not alone. In fact there is a group which meets in Sunbury on a regular basis precisely for people like you. The Sunbury Probus Club (derived from the words Professional and Business) was formed in 1969, one of the first Probus clubs in the world in fact. Theymeet monthly at the Sunbury Cricket Club and enjoy a substantial lunch followed by a talk on various subjects. Previous talks have been on local history, Brooklands Museum, Titanic and Surrey Air Ambulance to name but a few. It is a friendly and informal atmosphere where you get a chance to get to know other members, and discuss topical subjects, reflect on business life and learn a thing or two along the way. Probus members come from all walks of life, and the the common theme is to promote good fellowship in a relaxed and non-competitive atmosphere. As well as the monthly lunch meeting, which is for men only, the Club welcome the ladies to all the other activities which consist of theatre outings, day trips, 5 day holidays, monthly pub lunches and even golf and bowls. The Sunbury Probus Club is a group of some 60 members, but is always looking for new bloods if you want to keep your grey matter in fine working order and fancy meeting like minded people, then call Mike Hesford, Hon. Secretary on 01932 788707.


To advertise call Monica on 07979 808991


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Or email monica@sunburymatters.co.uk


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