Probus is an association of retired Professional and Business men in local clubs throughout the world.
If you are browsing the website as a guest and like what you see, and are interested in joining the club, please contact the Club Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org
Site updated 10/8/22
There may be some delay in Website updates while the webmaster gets to grips with a new computer! "Normal service will be resumed as soon as possible".
Next Club event will be a rail trip on the Churnet Valley Railway in September – details TBA (see Members News for details as they become available).
Next Committee Meeting will be on 14/9/22 at Sutton Hall at 11.00 am.
Next Club Meeting will be on 17/8/22 at St Thomas's Church Hall, Henbury. Coffee and tea will be available from 09.30. Speaker will be Dr Peter Webb – "The geology of the Peak District and its economic legacy". There is the possibility of a field trip with Dr Webb later in August at a cost of £2 pp – details to follow.
The winner of the splendid President's day bowling trophy was David Potts, runner-up John Collens. The President's Day appeal for East Cheshire Hospice has reached £1625.Please continue to donate by cheque or BACS using the cheque endorsement or BACS information "Charity".
Our members come from a wide area of East Cheshire and North Staffordshire.
The club holds a general meeting on the third Wednesday morning of every month at Henbury (St Thomas's) Church Hall when there is a speaker, and we have various interest groups. Normally in most months there is a club event – perhaps a lunch or a visit to a place of interest. There are also club holidays and/or cruises each year. See Members/News for latest details as the Covid situation evolves. We hope to resume most club activities in 2022.
As a member you are able to visit all pages on the site, but you will need to create a password for those pages restricted to members only. The Webmaster (David Walker) will help with this if necessary.
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