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    The Prospero Society is open to BBC Club members who have officially retired from the BBC along with their spouses (as long as they are also members of the BBC Club). Its purpose is to promote activities to alleviate the wrench that occurs when one retires and is deprived of the contacts made during the years of working in the BBC.

    Helping you get TOGETHER with friends or colleagues, or perhaps meet new ones. Prospero Society is the only section of the BBC Club run by and for retired BBC Staff and their partners.

    Its aim is to enable BBC pensioners to meet regularly for an organized programme of events.A regular newsletter keeps members informed of our activities.

    Activities include lunches, tours of museums, major entertainment venues and buildings of historical interest, theatre trips and a traditional Christmas lunch - all at subsidized prices for Prospero Society members.

    Cost to join £15 pa 

    January 2019 Newsletter now available!


    January Events

    17th - Witness for the Prosecution

    Fully Booked

    February Events

    4th - Brunch at BBC Club followed by a concert at Wigmore Hall

    Booking Closed

    28th - Guided tour of Freemason's Hall and pub lunch

    fully booked

    March Events

    12th - Musical Museum tour and lunch

     Booking Closed

    25th - Tour of Spencer House

    Booking Closed

    Click here for the minutes of the 2018 Prospero AGM

    Click here for the minutes of the 2017 Prospero AGM 

    Click here for the minutes of the 2016 Prospero AGM

    ON 12 November 2014 our Club Chairman gave us a very entertaining talk at Western House entitled 'Computing for Prospero members'. For a summary




    Carol Elliott

    All enquiries to:

    E: Gayner Leach

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