Our next meeting is on Thursday 16th February where we will be going out on a trip to Wakehurst Place tea room and shop.
We will be leaving here at 1.45pm so please arrive in plenty of time.
For Thursday Club February Programme please CLICK HERE
So what do we get up to at Thursday Club?
The Thursday Club is run by the Council for our residents aged 60+ who are seeking a place to socialise and engage in a varied programme of activities.
We meet on the first and third Thursday of each month in the Community Centre from 2.30pm to 4pm.
Our programme of events includes trips out, interesting speakers, games afternoons, taking part in exercise sessions or just the opportunity for a chat. We also have a summer and Christmas event each year and a monthly trip out on the fourth Wednesday of the month in conjunction with the Wednesday club.
We charge just £2.00 for tea and cake with any outings or a few activities costing extra. We can also offer lifts for those who need one.
Please call the Parish Council office on 01342 822661 and ask for Sara or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more information, or please feel free to just come along on a week that interests you. We’d love to see you. There will always be a very warm welcome for anyone wanting to come along and join us.
We had our annual seaside trip to Hove Lagoon and Brighton on 27th July in conjunction with Joan Roberts and the Wednesday Club, apart from it being a very damp and breezy start the day was enjoyed by all who attended. A fabulous fish and chip lunch was had in a restaurant overlooking the sea and then a stroll along to the pier was had after.
On Thursday 2nd June Forest Row Parish Council helped celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday
with a fabulous tea dance.
The event was a huge success, with members of the Wednesday and Thursday Club being
joined by members of the local community.
The fabulous local singing duo Sweetheart Swing provided a nostalgic trip down memory lane
with old time favourite tunes, a sing along and a chance to dust off our dancing shoes for a
quick step on the dance floor. There was a raffle with prizes kindly donated by local businesses
to raise money to continue to support the needs of those facing loneliness and social isolation in
older age. Everyone enjoyed a splendid afternoon tea, fit for the Queen herself, provided by our
wonderful volunteers which everyone commented on as being superb.
The afternoon ended with a sing a long to ‘We’ll meet again’ and a huge round of applause from
all that attended.
A big thank you to all that attended and especially to all of those people that helped make the
afternoon such a wonderful success by giving up their time to set up, make sandwiches, bake
cakes, make tea and clear away. Without you it couldn't have happened. Here's to the Queen’s
next big birthday. Happy birthday your Majesty.