CHELMSFORD 41 CLUB
Formed 11th April 1963
To contact any of the club's officers please use the e-mail links to the left of each page.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE CLUB AND WHAT WE DO
Chelmsford 41 Club was started in 1963 by past members of Chelmsford Round Table 132. At about the same time Chelmsford Tindal Round Table 826 was established and by 1968 past members of Tindal Round Table started joining the club.
Our Club is now open to members and ex members of Round Table who are over 40 and to those who have attained this age and have partners who are members of Tangent or Ladies Circle. Indeed, to encourage Tablers to join us, 41 Club members who are under 45 and still members of Round Table are not charged any annual 41 Club subs!
Members enjoy varied social activities throughout the year; just click on “Social” above to see the programme of activities that helps us to develop new friendships and continue the friendships made in Round Table.
Our members are like minded people who, whilst enjoying a good time, are also keen to put something back into the community. So, community service projects and charitable fund raising are included in our aims and are actively identified and pursued. Click on “Community Service” above to see what we have been up to.
One of our prime objectives is to support Round Table in Chelmsford. We help to raise the profile of Round Table through inviting them to take part in our own community service and fund raising activities that are undertaken under the Round Table Family banner.
We also support them with their charitable fund raising events such as the annual Fireworks event in Admirals Park; and the Christmas Carol Floats that raise money to provide Christmas dinner for “the old folks”.
One of the benefits of the Round Table Family is that wherever you move to in the country, and indeed in many other parts of the world, it is possible to meet with like minded people. So after almost 50 years the club now has members who have enjoyed Round Table in other parts of the country but now live in the Chelmsford area.
The Club meets on the second Monday of each month, except August, at Little Channels. We gather in the bar from about 7:30 pm before adjourning for a meal. Often, we invite after dinner speakers who cover topics that range from whiskey and brandy tasting to Zoos and the local prison!
So, if you are a “like minded person” and meet our membership criteria, why not contact our Chairman by email and come along to a meeting to see for yourself?
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