Retirement in Sight Workshops

Retirement in Sight Workshops

Posted by Lara Pocock on Jul 31, 2019 12:14 pm

Dear All, 

The Chemists' Community Fund is working with Local Sections to organise Retirement in Sight workshops for members considering retiring in the next ten years. We presently have the following events organised:

Cardiff University 20th August 17.30-21.00 - More details and book here
London 24th October 09.00-13.00 - More details and book here

and we have two further events in the pipeline in Southampton and Cambridge. 

If you would like to see an event local to you then please do get in touch with your Local Section or get in touch with the Fund for more information. 


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Posted by Dr.Subhasis Basu on Jul 31, 2019 3:27 pm

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Re: Retirement in Sight Workshops

Posted by Dr.Subhasis Basu on Aug 6, 2019 3:53 pm

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Posted by Dr.Subhasis Basu on Sep 9, 2019 4:54 am

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Kind regards,
Dr. Subhasis Basu,

Subhasis Basu

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Re: Retirement in Sight Workshops

Posted by Richard White on Oct 10, 2021 11:54 am

Do you provide yourself as an organizer? And will there be more such events?

Re: Retirement in Sight Workshops

Posted by Kimberley Sutton on Oct 11, 2021 11:58 am

Richard White:
Do you provide yourself as an organizer? And will there be more such events?

Dear Richard, 

Thank you for your message. We are currently hosting our webinars online, such as the Retirement in Sight workshop - these are hosted by ourselves (the Chemists' Community Fund) with the organisation 'Better With Money' who are our speakers and co-host. 

You can see all of our webinars listed here:

If you have any questions at all please do email us at: 

Kind regards,

Kim Sutton
Chemists' Community Fund Caseworker

Re: Retirement in Sight Workshops

Posted by Anais Fargo on Nov 15, 2021 9:50 am

I can't say that I'm very much looking forward to retirement, since I still have unfulfilled ambitions in my work, but I'm beginning to think of this as of great opportunity to spend my free time devoting it to those hobbies and interests that I'm not had enough time earlier. I became more interested in what retirees do and found many fun activities for people of any age, provided that they still want to learn and not be afraid to try something new for them. For example, here are some cool ideas on how you can finally try to make money on what you are interested in, or it can inspire you to new hobbies to diversify your free time.

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