London Old Tablers’ 80th Anniversary

17th May 2019

Save the Date!!!! London Old Tablers’ are having their 80th Anniversary

The World’s second oldest 41 Club is celebrating the 80th anniversary of its founding with a black tie dinner in a magnificent location in central London on Friday 17th May 2019.

The London Old Tablers’ Society (officially London No. 2 but better known as LOTS), formed in 1939, is one of four 41 Clubs who founded the National Association of Ex-Tablers' Clubs (now the National Association of 41 Clubs) in 1945 along with Liverpool, Lytham St Annes and Wakefield. A member of LOTS, John Shuter, was the first National President (1945 – 47) and over the years we have had three other members who have served as National President.

So, come along to the prestigious National Liberal Club in Whitehall Place overlooking the Thames in the heart of London on Friday 17th May and join National Presidents past and present to celebrate this historic anniversary. You might even want to make a weekend of it to take in a show and see the sights in London.

If you want to come to the Black Tie dinner please send an email to letting us know your name and which 41 Club you are a member of. We will send you the final details for the evening when they are available so you can confirm your booking.

Ralph Preston

Vice Chairman

London Old Tablers’ Society (LOTS)