If you’re retired or semi-retired and looking for friendship, fellowship and fun, then the new Lidcombe Probus club could be for you.
THE high number of retirees in the Lidcombe area has prompted Probus to form a new social club.
The Lidcombe Combined Probus Club is on the hunt for members and will host a morning tea on Friday, August 24, from 10am. The new club will call the Lidcombe Community Centre, on Bridge Street, home.
"This is an exciting chance to become a foundation member of the Lidcombe Combined Probus Club," a Probus spokesperson said
"If you join, you will hear interesting guest speakers, attend monthly meetings and take part in loads of activities.
"You will have opportunities to take part in a wide range of pursuits. You will have opportunities to take local trips and to travel around the world."
Probus members will also get access to exclusive discounts through a benefits scheme and travel insurance plans.
"There are a number of thriving Probus clubs already in the Cumberland area open to local retirees to join," the spokesperson said.
"We also have combined clubs at Auburn and Regents Park."
There are over 1,700 Probus clubs with more than 125,000 members all over Australia and New Zealand. Membership is open to any member of the community who is retired or semi-retired and is looking for friendship, fellowship and fun.
For further information, call 9689 0200 or visit probussouthpacific.org.