An Example of a Probus Talk

Posted: January 3, 2013 in Uncategorized

This link shows a  talk at a recent Probus meeting.

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MEETINGS, SPEAKERS AND EVENTS for 2016
We meet at 11:00 a.m on the second Tuesday of every month at
Badgemore Park Golf Club, unless otherwise shown.
July 12th                    David Sheehan  – John Lewis Partnership
July 20th                   Members Summer Tea
August 9th               Rolf Richardson – China on Camera
September 13th      Patrick Griffin – Building Crossrail
October 11th            Robin John  – The Lighter Side of Richard Wagner
November 8th        Richard Kingston – Antiques Admired
December 13th       Christmas Lunch
January 10th            Discussion
February 14th          Dan Remeny – History of Henley Management College
March 14th               Tim Tawney – A Snake in the Lavatory
April 11th                   Malcolm Nelson – Further Smuggling Yarns
May 9th                      AGM and New Member Talks
June 13th                    Alan Copeland – Curiosities in the Chilterns
We share a lunch after the speaker has concluded.

The Club meets at Badgemore Golf Club on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 11:00 a.m to meet friends, enjoy a speaker and have a good lunch together. Beforehand, we meet in the bar for coffee.

The primary object of the Club is to provide fellowship and an opportunity to develop friendships over coffee, during the short meeting, in the bar before lunch and during the two-course lunch. In addition, we organise excursions to places of interest amd hold two special lunches with guests in the summer and at Christmas.

New members would be very welcome. If you have an interest in coming along to meet us please contact Roger Griffiths, Membership Secretary on 01491 575137.

The Club meets monthly to maintain and develop friendships, to enjoy good company, to learn from speakers and to benefit from a meal with other members.

Hello world!

Posted: December 23, 2011 in Uncategorized

This is the world of Henley-on-Thames, England Men’s Probus Club