Did you know there is a Round Table Lodge?

31-01-2018

Club news: Abingdon & District

Ever thought of being a Freemason? Or are you one?There is a thriving Round Table Lodge based in Bicester. It is looking for members and if you want to try something new - in the spirit of Round Table, click the following link:CLICK HERE...

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Geoff's Christmas Quiz

13-12-2017

Club news: Abingdon & District

Members were entertained by Geoff Homewood with a special Christmas Quiz to celebrate our final meeting of the year before the Festive Season.Scores, it must be said were low - as the questions were very challenging to some! Do you know what a male turkey is called?Anyway a good time was held by all - thanks to Geoff for entertainment and the Crown & Thistle for their enormous meal!.....

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Your views on the Oxford College Dinner?

04-11-2017

Club news: Abingdon & District

It is noticeable that this year we had only 13 attending this function - usually its over 20. In addition- attendance went down from 170 last year to 110 this time.We need to decide the future of this event with Derek Knowlden - the National Councillor. Could you please feed back your comments to Martin Green when you can? Thanks!...

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Two New Inductees at Skittles Night.

18-09-2017

Club news: Alcester

We had an excellent evening of fellowship at the invitation of Redditch 41 Club last night with Skittles at the Swan in Studley. We even came away with some "silverware", Stuart Davies having been on the winning team. We were graced by the presence of not only the National President,...

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Shelsley Water Mill Visit

20-06-2017

Club news: Alcester

Located adjacent to the famous Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb circuit, Shelsley Water Mill was built around 1308 and since that time has served the local population. The current building shows three stages of re-construction, the latest as recently as 1923 whe...

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Hail to the Chief!

06-04-2017

Club news: Petersfield

Got 'im! Nick Moss is now our new Chairman.Over the past few years, the club has transformed from a slightly stodgy dining club into a vibrant social group of middle aged youngsters. Our members include...

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October's Meeting (recap):

16-10-2016

Club news: Guisborough

Tuesday 11th October 2016: Speaker evening, Alzheimers, Dementia Friends. Held at the all new Ship Inn, Guisborough. Chicken curry, rice & chips followed by cheese & crackers. Washed down with a couple of beers....

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September's Meeting (recap):

18-09-2016

Club news: Guisborough

Tuesday 13th September 2016: 18 holes of indoor golf at Holey Moley, Skelton....

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August's Meeting (recap):

20-08-2016

Club news: Guisborough

Tuesday 12th August 2016: Quoits at Ainthorpe with beer and a meal in the Fox & Hounds opposite (food highly recommended here)....

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History of 41 Club in Kinross-shire

18-07-2016

Club news: Kinross-shire

Kinross was formerly the county town of Kinross-shire, hence the Club's name. Kinross is now part of the county of Perth and Kinross but the town very much retains its original character.  It is located between the M90 motorway that carries traffic north from Edinburgh to Perth and onwards to the Highlands and Loch Leven, a large fresh water loch that is a National Nature Reserve and wildlife spectacular. Round ...

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