The Castletown and District Over 60’s
Club was formed in August 1960 and on the 11th April 1973 it was
formed into an ‘Unlimited Company Without A Share Capital’ and it
has its registered office is in the Isle of Man.
The Club premises, which are situated
off Victoria Road, Castletown were built in 1969 with public donations
and by voluntary workers and was officially opened in July 1970.
The Club premise are called ‘Morton
Hall’ and it is a large single storey building consisting of:
||A large main hall (capable of
seating up to 300) with a platform stage;
||A modern kitchen with serving
hatch into main hall area, two large commercial gas cookers,
commercial warming cupboard, hot water facilities and adjoining
food preparation area;
||Shop area with serving hatch
into main hall;
||Small lounge (ideal for small
||Ladies and Gents W.C. facilities.
The whole building has oil-fired central heating, thermostatically
controlled and there is plenty of land for car parking. There is access for the disabled to the building and there are WC facilities for persons with
The building is available for hire (see
Membership is open to anyone who resides
in the South of the Isle of Man who is of the age of 50 years and
over, all applications for membership are subject to approval by
the Clubs executive committee.
There are Associate members and Full
members and conditions apply.
There is an annual membership fee of
£17.00 per year.
All applications for membership should
be made to the Hon Secretary
The main events held by the Club are:
Bingo nights held every Sunday and Thursday evenings throughout
the year at 8:00 p.m. and are open to anyone.
Concerts held on a regular basis throughout the year, usually
with a buffet and start at 7:45 p.m. and are open to anyone.
Coffee Mornings are held four times a year during the autumn and
winter and are held at the Civic Centre 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
and are open to anyone.
Message from the President and Chairman of the
I hope you find the information about our Club interesting and
that those who are eligible for membership will join the Club.
You will find it a friendly Club whose members believe in enjoying
themselves and offer to anyone enjoyment and friendship. All our
events, with the exception of the AGM outing and the Christmas
Party, are open to non-members and we enjoy regular attendances
by non-members from all over the Island so please feel free to
It’s a great Club and I look forward to seeing you at our events
Hon J A Brown MHK
Note: The information regarding the Clubs Memorandum and Articles
of Association contained in these pages are only an extracts from
the said items and do not in any way override the provisions as
contained in the documents as incorporated at The General Registry
on the 11th April 1973.