Retirees wanted to join new Probus club

A new Probus Club has started in the northern suburbs and foundation members are needed. Picture: Peter Muhlbock
A new Probus Club has started in the northern suburbs and foundation members are needed. Picture: Peter Muhlbock

A SOCIAL community group for retirees has been created in the northern suburbs and now the hunt is on for members.

The Joondalup City Probus Club aims to bring new friends together to develop different interests and stay active.

Members can hear from guest speakers, attend monthly meetings and take part in a range of activities.

There are also opportunities to take local trips or to travel around the world

Probus clubs include the opportunity to travel.

Members also get access to discounts through the Probus Member Benefits Scheme and Probus travel insurance plans.

An information session will be held at the Bramston Park community centre in Burns Beach from 10am to noon on September 11.

To register your interest or for further information, contact Chris Gaggin on 0422 270 140 or gaggin@optusnet.com.au or Ian Murray on 0414 927 679 or iwmurray@iprimus.com.au.

The Joondalup City Probus Club joins several other Probus clubs already established around Perth.