Brixham Probus Club - Brixham Probus Club (Founded 1967)
Brixham Probus

Brixham Probus

 

 

 

President: Revd. J Ken Dixon

Chairman:  Mr Colin Whymark

The Club

Probus is a club for men who are retired or semi-retired. It is a non-political, non-religious group. Its aim is to provide a range of speakers and topics and fellowship. 

The club meets every Thursday with the meeting starting at 10:30 a.m, preceded by free refreshments, which are served from 09:45 a.m.

 

 

Club Venue

The Club meets in the Catholic Church Hall, New Road, Brixham.  This is situated on the main road leading into Brixham approximately 300 metres from the main shopping centre and bus terminus.

The hall is accessible for wheelchair access by a ramped entrance and has disabled toilets and a deaf loop system. All facilities are on the ground floor.

 

Fees

About 40 men attend the meeting each week, however, new members are always welcome. The first three visits are free, and thereafter the fee is £2.00 for each attendance. There is no joining fee or annual fee.

If you would like to join us at our meeting, please either come to our next meeting or email info@brixhamprobus.co.uk for extra information.  

 

 

Future Talks

 Date   Subject

    1 September 

    Three wrecks

    8 September  

    The attack on the USS Liberty - a second look

  15 September       The Battle of Towton Bridge - 1461

  22 September  

    Submarines of Lyme Bay - including the M2

  29 September

     Remember the Onion Johnnies?



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