Club 60 is a local club in central Southend for the over 50’s.
(Please see below for updated information)
The club meets every weekday for various activities including Snooker, Table Tennis, Short Mat Bowls, Watercolour Painting, Crafts, Line Dancing, Sequence/Ballroom/Belly Dancing, Keep Fit, Tai Chi, Whist and other card and board games.Â Where tutors are involved there is a small additional fee. The activities are not compulsory. You can just come along and enjoy the company. Snacks, tea and coffee are also available, all at very reasonable prices, prepared and served by volunteer members.
The club has no paid staff and is run by volunteers doing the office work and manning the tea bar. New volunteers are always welcome, so if you have a bit of spare time why not put it to good use?
There is no charge for your first visit, only £1.50 for subsequent visits and the Membership Fee is £25.00 for 12 months. Unfortunately, there is an unavoidable restriction to membership because of fire regulations: in an emergency members must be able to walk down the fire escape unaided.
If you would like to find out more about Club 60, why not come along to Southend Central Library Ground Floor Foyer 20th – 25th July 2009 and visit their information display. Club 60 is located on the third floor of Queensway House, Essex Street, Southend-on-Sea. Telephone number is 01702 613562.
Club 60 is now re-named to Club 50 and is held at 1B Queens Road, Southend-on-Sea. It is open from Monday to Friday 9.30am to 3.30pm. Activities include Snooker, Table Tennis, Cards, Painting and dancing. New guests/members welcome.