SEAFORD HEAD PROBUS CLUB is run to provide companionship for men with professional or business backgrounds who are retired or semi-retired. It is solely social in nature and is a way of making local friends. It has a strong ethos towards the welfare of its members
Lunch meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month in the dining room (pictured here) at Seaford Golf Club, 111 Firle Road, Seaford. There is a variety of guest speakers.Table places are allocated by lot so that everyone meets as many other members as possible.
The lunches are complemented by a programme of social events that have included, in the past year, a Ladies’ lunch, a pub skittles tournament and a visit to the BBC at Broadcasting House, London.
The club has a limited membership of 65. Currently there are vacancies. The membership fee is £12 p.a. There is a complementary Seaford Head Women’s Probus Club.
Seaford Head Probus Club is one of two clubs in the town, reflecting the organisation’s popularity. It was formed in 1993 and will celebrate its 25th anniversary next year.
The word Probus is an amalgam of the abbreviation of the words Professional and Business, though membership is not restricted to those two groups. It embraces anyone who held a position of responsibility during their working life.
The Probus Club movement was formed in the United Kingdom in 1965 and has grown to be a success worldwide. However, each Probus club is autonomous.
All enquiries to the club’s secretary:
Dennis Cockram on 01323 491332 or mailto:email@example.com