Last week we were invited to give a presentation about Home Instead Senior Care. Our presentation related to our personal journey and we talked about the Home Instead unique Care and business model
Jesmond Mens Club was formed at a meeting of retired men held in St. George’s Church Hall on 1 Feb. 1973. There were 20 men present who approved an outline constitution. The first meeting was held on Thurs. 22 February 1973.
The Club has now grown to a membership of about 90 men with an average attendance of 50.
The meetings are now held at the Cricket Pavilion of Newcastle Cricket Club in Osborne Avenue, Jesmond.
Those interested in joining the club please do have a look at her website www.jesmondseniormensclub.org.uk
Thank you to the members for the donation they made to the bring Joy Foundation, a charity set up in by Home Instead Senior Care in 2014 to bring the fun and joy back into ageing.