We are the Annan branch of a National men's club for retired people of varied and diverse interests.
Our group meet in the Bruce Restaurant at 10am on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month, when we look forward to having a cup of coffee and chat with our friends. This is followed by a speaker.
This year, speakers have enlightened us on a variety of topics, including global warming, veterinary practice metallurgy and deafness. Currently we have 24 members and try to keep abreast of any matters that are relevant to both retired people and to the town of Annan.
If you are interested and would like to hear more, just come along to one of our meetings and make yourself known.
Contact can be made directly to the President, Joe Brown or our Secretary, Bill Watson.
r President: Joe Brown, 337346
r Secretary: Bill Watson, 203117
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