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Bexhill Senior Citizens Club (55+)

posted by Mrs Gerry Andrews on 11 Jul 2015 at 10:30 am

We are a very friendly club based at 45 Eversley Road,Bexhill,just off the seafront(near the Mace ministore).
Our members enjoy many activities such as ballroom and sequence dancing,arts and crafts,whist,gentle keep fit,darts,drama choir,table tennis
and many more. We also hold a monthly social evening,computer classes and special events.
We have a lovely hall available for hire...please contact me for details.
The best time to visit us is Mon to Fri
10am to noon when our office is open and activities are going on.
If you're looking for a friendly group of people and things to do,come and see us.

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posted by Mrs Gerry Andrews on 16 Jul 2015 at 11:35 am

Please visit our website...
Or email......

Open Day Agust 19th

posted by Joe on 06 Aug 2016 at 10:14 am

We are holding a one day Drop In session for computer and Ipad classes on August 19th 2016 between 1000 and 1200. All club members and non members are welcome, find out more about the classes on offer and meet our friendly tutors who can help you to get the most from using your computer.

Teas and coffee will also be available to purchase for refreshments.

Thinking Of Joining

posted by Vena Furnarello on 22 Jan 2017 at 1:36 pm

Hi I live in Bexhill want to join and be active I am retired lived in Bexhill on sea for 20 years now

Pop In And See Us

posted by Tony Rolt on 30 Jan 2017 at 7:26 pm

Hi Vena
I am on the committee at BSCC and you are welcome to pop in, have a look around and see the many activities (or none) that are on offer. Alternatively, you can just come in for coffee and a chat any time. The office is open from ten am until midday Monday to Friday and whoever is on duty will be pleased to help. We are at the sea end of Eversley road, immediately behind the Marina Court flats

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posted by sue marsh on 02 Jul 2017 at 12:33 pm

Hi, I live in Hastings but fully mobile, hope being a Bexhill resident is not obligatory? I'm 65 but very young both physically and mentally, I play tennis regularly, walk long distances, belong to a choir, U3A. I'm looking to make new friends as a lot of mine still work. I'm not sure if BSCC is suitable for me? Regards Sue Marsh

Bexhill Senior Citizens Club

posted by Tony Rolt on 02 Jul 2017 at 3:28 pm

We have a number of people come from outside Bexhill. We have loads of activities taking place every weekday morning and most afternoons and evenings. Some just use the coffee lounge for a sit and natter. I suggest you come along one week day between 10am and noon when the office is open. You can then take a list of what goes on each day and someone will show you around to view the facilities. You can then decide if you think the club is what you are looking for.


Tony Rolt - Vice Chairman

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