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Update: 25th September Macmillan Coffee Morning

Beta Futures’ Macmillan Coffee Morning with Randall Schofield Court, on 25th September,  was deemed a success!

There was a buzzy atmosphere with cake, brick-a-brack and raffle prizes on offer. It was a brilliant way to raise money for such a good cause.

Beta Futures’ stall raised £67.20 in total.

It was also great to see photos from other Macmillan Coffee Mornings! You can check them out here:

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Did you hold a Macmillan Coffee Morning? We’d love to see your photos! Tweet them to @betafutures.

We’re hiring a Club Coordinator!

Beta Futures is looking for a dynamic Club Coordinator to join our team.

The successful candidate will be responsible for organising The 50+ Skills Exchange Club, currently held in Redhill and Crawley and should be highly motivated. They must have excellent leadership and communications skills, as well as a strong desire to engage with the community.

The post will involve planning, organising a guest speaker twice a month and running weekly 2 hour meetings. The role also involves arranging social trips and community events the members wish to be involved with.

Other aspects of the role include:

– Increasing Club membership

– Raising the profile of the Clubs at events

– Administrative tasks related to the further development of The 50+ Skills Exchange Club.

Initially the post will be 10 hours per week, but could increase with the growth of the business.

If you are interested in the role, please contact us at or telephone us on 01293 817 227.

We look forward to hearing from you.


“Beta Futures is a not-for-profit organisation that supports employers to break down the barriers to growth. Beta Futures specialises in identifying funding opportunities, writing bids and supporting businesses’ growth and resourcing.

 The money Beta Futures generates from delivering these services allow them to run The Club. The 50+ Skills Exchange Club is a community initiative that is a meeting of like-minded people who have a wealth of skills, knowledge and experience which they share with one another. The Club aims to reduce the exclusion and isolation of older people in local communities”.

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