Once upon a time there was a BBC Club in practically every building occupied by the BBC.  Those days have gone and they only have a physical presence in London, Elstree and Salford.  However, this great institution within a Corporation, which was founded in 1924 as a private members club, is still going strong, although in a different way.  There are still plenty of clubs and activities for staff and pensioners to enjoy.  Retired membership is only £3 per month.  Explore more @ https://www.bbcclub.com/

In addition, the Prospero Society section of the Club is run for retired BBC Staff and their partners and friends. 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.  There is an additional cost of £15 per year.  Take a look @ https://www.bbcclub.com/clubs/connect/prospero/

Published On: January 21st, 2023 / 0.8 min read / Views: 660 /


The BBC Pensioners’ Association now sees itself as a critical friend of the BBC and tries to support the BBC in these changing times.

The BBCPA sets out to protect the interests of its members; BBC pensioners. We have a strong, working relationship with the BBC and the BBC Pension Trust Ltd.