The Poole and District Pensioners' Association
|Author: Steven Shaw||Published: 17th April 2009 21:36|
The Poole and District Pensioners' Association was formed early in 2005 and is affiliated to the Wessex Pensioners' Convention (WPC).
Our membership is increasing every day
Our association's two representatives serving on the WPC are Lomond Handley and Pete Porter.
The association holds regular public meetings on the first Friday of every month at the Rossmore Leisure Centre Herbert Avenue Parkstone, from 10:30am onwards.
Our e-mail address is email@example.com
Our meetings are open to everyone and admission is free.
Further details from our Association's Chairman Natalie Rose on 01202-731960
History of the Poole and District Pensioners' Association
The Poole and District Pensioners' Association was established early in 2000, after a meeting between members of the Wessex Pensioners' Convention, the Upper Parkstone Residents' Association Group and the Friends of Rossmore Library.
During the first few months of 2005 its meetings were held at the Rossmore Library.
By October 2005 our membership had increased so much that a larger room was needed to accomodate our Association's meetings which are now held at the Rossmore Leisure Centre, (just behind the Rossmore Community Library and Learning Centre)on the first Friday of every month at 10.30am.
Everyone is welcome
- The Committee welcomes new speakers to add to its growing list.
- Telephone 01202-731960 for further details.
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2008
The Annual General Meeting of the Poole and District Pensioners' Association will take place on Friday 4 April at the Rossmore Leisure Centre Herbert Avenue Parkstone starting at 10.30am.
The meeting is open to everyone and refreshments will be served afterwards.
Further details from Natalie Rose, the Association's Secretary on 01202-731960.