Membership is open to anyone who was regularly employed by one or more of the Shell-Mex and BP Group of Companies during the 44 years of SMBP’s existence, up to 1975. Originally intended for those who retired before 1976, membership was extended to employees of SMBP who retired with a Shell or BP pension. Deferred pensioners and spouses of former employees are also welcome.
Secretary: Colin Hill 0207 934 5132, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shell Four Star Club
The club was formed in 1955 with the aim of keeping long-serving employees in touch with one another.
It is open to anyone with Group service of at least 40 years and who is permanently resident in the UK.
So that members can meet with old colleagues, a cocktail party is held in conjunction with the AGM in the spring of each year and a lunch is organised in the autumn. These events normally take place around the London area. A handbook of members is published regularly.
If there are any pensioners who might qualify but have not been invited to join the club and who would like to know more, they should write to The Secretary, Shell Four-Star Club, Room C2013, Shell Centre, York Road, London SE1 7NA or email email@example.com
Shell Pensioners Benevolent Association
Find out more information about the Benevolence Fund
Amicale des Anciens Shell
An organisation for retired staff covering 8 regions in France.
307 rue Estienne d'Orves
92708 Colombes Cedex
An organisation for retired staff in The Netherlands.
Contact the Elderly
Contact the Elderly is a national charity dedicated to tackling loneliness and social isolation among older people, by organising monthly Sunday afternoon tea parties for small groups of older people (aged 75+) who live alone, and volunteers within their local community, offering a regular and vital friendship link.
Telephone: 020 7240 0630
A charity which aims to improve later life through information and advice, products, training and research Tel 0800 169 6565 www.age.org.uk
Expatriate Archive Centre
collect material from expatriates, their children, accompanying partners and those who have repatriated. The collection includes journals and diaries, scrapbooks, photographs, newsletters, audio and video material, letters, blogs, paperwork and more. By collecting the social history of expatriate life, a research facility is established into this constantly changing lifestyle of many current and ex-employees.
Paramaribostraat 20, 2585 GN The Hague
Telephone: +31 (0)70 427 2014 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org