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LOCAL CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Stoke Fleming & District Probus Club


Where friendliness matters above all else.


The area we cover: Blackawton, Dartmouth, Dittisham, Slapton, Strete, and Stoke Fleming


We have a simple aim: To socialise in a congenial relaxed atmosphere in the company of others who are retired or semi-re- tired. We are a mixed bunch. If our title suggests in any way that our membership comes solely from those with ‘professional and busi- ness’ experience this is certainly not the case. Our members’ back- ground and experience is as wide and diverse as one can imagine.


We get together regularly. Our meetings are held twice a month in the Stoke Lodge Hotel. At least half our membership attend. On the second Wednesday we meet for coffee, followed by a talk and lunch. On the fourth Wednes- day we meet for coffee and then a talk. Guest speakers or members present on a wide range of interest- ing and informative subjects, often with an amusing slant!


The cost is reasonable. The present annual subscription is £20. Members pay for lunch and coffee at meetings they attend.


What else we do. We have a Spring Outing and Autumn Dinner. Partners are very welcome to these events.


What we do not do. Whilst supporting the concept of charitable activities, Probus itself does not undertake any fund raising or charitable works. We are non-sectarian, non-political and a not-for-profit club.


WHY NOT BE OUR GUEST? Come join us for coffee, at your convenience and get a warm welcome from our members. What better way to get to know us and establish whether STOKE FLEMING & DISTRICT PROBUS is for you? The present Committee is shown below. You may contact any of them for further information.


Chairman: John Goddard at jbgod- dard@btinternet.com Tel 01803 770794


Vice-Chairman: Colin Campbell at campbelldartmouth@yahoo.com tel 01803 833438


Secretary: Barry Clark at barrymaddyclark@aol.com tel 01803 770521


Speaker Secretary: Laurie Emberson at embersonlaurie@gmail.com tel 01803 771033


Treasurer: Graham Tweed at tweed833@ btinternet.com Tel 01803 770730


www.stokeflemingprobus.wixsite.com/stokeflemingprobus


Upcoming talks


Wednesday 13th February -Lunch Trevor Rule • Blood Bikes Motor cycle couriers carrying urgently required blood and organs around the country for the NHS


Wednesday 27th February - Coffee Peter Barker • Formula 1 in the Ancient World Formula 1 was only started recently? Think again!


Wednesday 13th March - Lunch Phil Evans • Winston Churchill. His Early Life His early life was extremely dramatic - and lucky


Wednesday 27th March - Coffee Richard Rawlins • From Here to Fraternity A perspective on the development of feudalism, box societies and friendly societies, some of which may be controversial


Wednesday 10th April - Lunch Mandy Seffert • Fasten your Seatbelts A story of life as an air hostess in the 70s & 80s


Wednesday 24th April - Coffee John Baldock • Matt’s Point - Fact or Fiction A story of a local house and those connected with it


Wednesday 8th May - Lunch Ken Dixon • Masala - The Jews’ Last Stand A tale of deadly resistance to Roman occupation


Wednesday 22nd May • LUNCH Away Day


Wednesday 12th June - Lunch Earl Connolly • Lido Days are Limited A description of lidos, open-air swimming pools , most popular in the 1930s


Wednesday 26th June - Coffee Alan Forster • Greenway - WW2 -The Frieze. Graffiti made during WW2 and kept as a valued memory


Wednesday 10th July -Lunch Colin Vosper • Canals of the West Country and Overseas A study of canal systems in the west country and a further look at bigger and newer systems further afield


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