Moonraker Probus Club of Devizes

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What is a Probus Club

 

Who Can be a Member

 

The Moonraker Club

 

What Does the Club Do

 

Meeting Programme

 

What Do I Do Next

What is a Probus Club

Probus Clubs provide the opportunity for members to meet regularly without pressure and with minimum cost to enjoy fellowship, develop friendships and to socialise with like-minded fellow members. The Club is purely for social enjoyment and does not take part in any fund raising activities.

 

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Who Can Be a Member

The name PROBUS is derived from the first three letters of the words PROfessional and BUSiness. Club membership Is open to retired or semi-retired professional or business men and women.

 

The Moonraker Club

The Moonraker Probus Club of Devizes was formed in 2006. It is open to both men and women members.

What Does The Club Do

The Moonraker Club currently meets on the 1st Thursday of the month, in the Seminar Room at the Devizes Conservative Club, Wilsford House 30 Long Street Devizes. Meetings start at 1000 with informal chat over tea/coffee and biscuits. This is followed at 1030 by a talk or discussion on a wide variety of topics, usually lasting about an hour.

 

What Do I Do Next 

Do look on our website to view the current programme.

 

If you would like to join us, please contact one of the following members:

                        Ann King 01380 727130 or Peter Tompkins 01249 818920

Alternatively, come along free to one of the monthly meetings and see whether the Club is ‘for you’.

Our aim is to keep costs to a minimum, so we have an Annual Subscription of £20 and a £2 meeting fee. This income covers our speaker expenses, room hire and insurance costs.