For the third year running Clemence Hoar Cummings have decided to sponsor Havering Museum’s Variety Club for the Over 50s.
Recently David Belbin, Managing Partner of Clemence Hoar Cummings rolled up his sleeves and got involved in Havering Museum’s Variety Club’s session on the history of pubs and pub games, while chatting to the attendees. Ellen Owen, Museum Director, said: “Sometimes a simple thank you doesn’t seem enough as the support of David’s company not only helps us to financially run these groups but provides a great deal of fun, joy and friendships for the people attending.
Variety Club photo with David Belbin in the back row middle
David added: “We have been supporting this group for three years now and feel it is important to support our local community and the older people of the borough. The Club is a place where people can make friend and a great opportunity to learn new skills and enjoy the activities, which are provided by the facilitators, Dr Ian Browne and Ian Selby”.
David Belbin playing tiddlywinks
The Variety Clubs take place on a either a Wednesday or Thursday on a fortnightly basis. This is an opportunity to make new friends, learn a new skill, listen to talks and try new activities.