Welcome to Kelvin Probus Club
Like the rest of the country Kelvin Probus Club was in hibernation during the ongoing Covid-19 crisis. However, the Club has restarted with virtual meetings through ZOOM. The Club will welcome retired and semi-retired people in the North West Sector of the City to join in. We have a programme of interesting bi-monthly meetings ready to keep members’ social and mental faculties working! Once restrictions are eased, there will also be other activities such as walking in a group or attending some of the other social activities such as a visit to a museum, theatre or place of special interest.
Visitors are welcome. (Contact us)
Our meetings commenced virtually on Tuesday 8th September, and details of planned meetings can be found under the programme heading.
Once back to normal, the Club will meet at Jordanhill Parish Church, Woodend Drive, G13 1QT (See Find Us). Tea and coffee and opportunity for a chat will be available from 10am prior to the meeting start at 10:30 am. For a flavour of our meetings click on Programme above and read the blogs available.
Fred Hay – President 2021-22
Sept 28th – Covid19 vaccines and beyond – Katie Brooks
Oct 12th: – Lots of clots in Scots – Gordon Lowe
Coming Events (Link to the events pages:)
None Scheduled due to Covid-19
Next Walk (Link to the walkers pages.)
Sept 21st – Trinley Brae (A local walk) Meet at: North West corner of Anniesland Cross (Great Western Road/ Bearsden Road) for 9:30am
The members of the Walking Group re-commenced during the summer with walkers individually following given routes, some clockwise and others anti-clockwise, with the intention of having a chat (at a safe 2 metre distance) with fellow walkers as they passed one another. This was stopped when tighter Covid restrictions were imposed, but will re-commence once current lockdown is relaxed.