Open House Community Club

We have been meeting weekly since 1997.

Do you or anyone you know, ever feel
bored, lonely or at a loose end
on a Thursday afternoon?

Why not drop into the Community Centre between 1.30 and 4pm where we will always try and make people welcome. There is always the chance to play SHORT MAT BOWLS and TABLE TENNIS – don’t be afraid if you haven’t played for 20 years, we will encourage you to start again.

For the less active we have SCRABBLE, RUMMIKUB and other board games, and we are always open to new suggestions.

If you know of anyone who might be interested in other activities such as a discussion group especially for men, history, family histories, bridge, chess, getting to know more about your computer, or exploring the Downs on our doorstep, please encourage them to drop in, have a chat over tea or coffee,and let us know what they would like to do (not just on a Thursday afternoon). You might be surprised to find others who have similar interests who we can put you in touch with.

Peter has enjoyed exploring Castle Hill for over 40 years and is always happy to show others around (including evenings during the summer months).

We meet every Thursday afternoon at the Community Centre
in Warren Rd from 1.30 – 4pm

We know that there are many older people in the village – some of whom will have special interests. We would really like to encourage you to share your interests – whether indoors or out – and hopefully make new friends. If you have a particular skill you might like to share, or if there is something you would like to learn about, why not get in touch.

Please feel free to drop into the Community Centre one Thursday afternoon; get in touch by email; or speak to Peter or Barbara on 692987.

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