100th Club DoddingtonBack to Activities
The 100th Club is a friendly group that meet monthly in Doddington for friendship and fun activities that promote wellbeing.
This activity is good for wellbeing because
- its an opportunity to meet and greet other people
- residents are cared for and supported
- you’ll have fun and experience some new activities
‘we really enjoyed the meeting on Thursday, you and your team work so hard, it is much appreciated‘
How to contact
Where to go
Doddington Pavilion & Recreation Fields. 56
Benwick Road PE15 0TX
What to expect
You can be sure of a kind welcome when you join Doddington 100th Club. The club welcome people of any age, creed or nationality. They have a caring group of volunteers that have been in their roles for over a year; Valerie, Anne, Heather and Yvonne.
New members and guests are welcome to attend the monthly meetings and if you decide to join there is a small membership fee. On arrival you will usually sign in and take a seat. The committee organise a range of guest speakers and presentations, as well as organising day trips and meals tgoether.
The group provide refreshments of tea and coffee.
The group has around 51 members, men and women. Most members are retired, the group are happy to welcome more members.
There is no parking at the Doddington Hall but on street parking can be found nearby.
The hall is on the ground floor with disabled access and toilets are available.
The 100th Club got it’s name from being the 100th Club set up in Doddington and has been operating for 70 years. The group is a socially integrated club run by volunteers and is set up as a non-profit organisation.
They meet on a monthly basis and have a variety of guest speakers, as well as organising day trips and events. Recent day trips include visits to Hunstanton and Bury St Edmunds.
The first session is free.
There is a yearly membership fee.