We haven’t forgotten you all  but we want to ensure when we meet up it is safe to do so.

There is still a lot of Covid out there and it is not going away anytime soon, hopefully the majority of you have escaped it.

We are hoping that when things settle down a bit, as more people get vaccinated we can move forward and start meeting up.

We are hoping to commence the Thursday lunches at the Abbots Barton Hotel from 21st October 2021.

We are  also aiming (fingers crossed) to have a Christmas lunch on Thursday 9th December 2021 at the Abbots Barton Hotel we will let you know once this is confirmed.

A newsletter and menus to follow.

On that note the new Christmas cards are in and will remain the same price £3.50 for  pack of 10.

If anyone  can spare a few free hours and would like to join the committee we would love to hear from you. Please contact Daphne on 01227 720631.

In the meantime please take care.

Please see link below for the recently launched Dermatology helpline


Following our recent announcement on our activities as a club and in light of the government briefing on Monday 16 March 2020, I write to inform you that all club activities are either suspended or cancelled until further notice. Should you have any questions then please contact one of the committee as listed in our yearly programme. Kind Regards Malcolm Hodgson Secretary 

I have added this new lingerie shop in Herne Bay to our list of resources for new and existing breast surgery patients and indeed any lady who wishes to visit to see the range of lingerie on offer. Information on the services provided is available on this pdf file link: Gardenia Lingerie info

Gardenia Lingerie

94 Mortimer Street, Herne Bay CT6 5EB

Tel: 07971 761685 Email: gardenialingerie93@yahoo.com


You can also bring along your pre-loved, new or surplus bras as Gardenia Lingerie is now supporting ‘Fight Against Breast Cancer’

We are collecting bras for this wonderful organisation dedicated to raising vital funds for research to improve detection and treatment into breast cancer.