West Hunts Friendship Club draw – October 2017

Name                  Number        Amount
David Moore         14                 £50
Sheila Morton       1                   £25
Jane Ibbunson      27                £15
Michael Bishop      59               £10


West Hunts Friendship Club

100 Club winners for September 2017


Number       Name                                Prize

60                 J A Smith                        £500.00

61                  Mrs M Emeleus             £50.00

92                  Merle Rendell-Reid      £25.00

25                   J M Newman                £15.00

68                   Mrs Judy York              £10.00

100 Club Draw June 2017

Name                            Number      Amount

Anthony Withers           48               £50

Kirsten Moss                  17               £25

Mr & Mrs Woodhams  30               £15

Paddy Hynes                 37               £10

West Hunts Friendship Club

 West Hunts Friendship Club

(Charity No. 1041750)

 friendship club

 Located in Great Staughton Village Hall

Opening Hours: Monday 9.30am to 3.00pm

For details of the history of the club/club finances/latest news/

 Organiser: Lynda Howlett

Assistant Organiser: Olive Hynes

Contact Telephone numbers:

Lynda Howlett        Mobile:      07790 014730

Phil Yates                  01480 860616                         Mobile:      07801798611

Managed by an elected Committee from local interested parties.

The present Officers Are:

Chairman: Phil Yates

Secretary: Sheila Willmer

Treasurer: Pauline Lidderdale

 What are the aims of the Friendship Club?

To provide a place for recreation, to meet and make friends in a social, caring and relaxed atmosphere.   This is created in a number of ways, with various activities such as:

Card and board games

Music and singing

Talks and discussions



Sharing a freshly prepared hot lunch

Outings and seasonal celebrations

All arranged by Lynda, Olive and a group of super volunteer helpers.

The Friendship Club meets in the Village Hall, which has suitable accommodation, including disabled facilities and provides a meeting place for up to 24 people of pensionable age who would like to enjoy more social contact.

Members are recommended to the Friendship Club by a request from themselves or their families, their GP or Social Services.

There is a small daily charge which helps cover expenses, including the provision of a hot meal bought in from a supplier and cooked fresh on site.

Transport is provided, if needed, by Cambridgeshire Social Services or voluntary car services, for a catchment area of within a six mile radius of Great Staughton.

If you would like more information about the Friendship Club, or would like to make a donation, please contact either the Chairman or the Organiser on one of the telephone numbers above.