Probus Aug, Sep & Oct Doings

Home » Latest News » Probus Aug, Sep & Oct Doings
Probus

Probus Club of Langport & Curry Rivel Doings

The club had their annual Summer Lunch at Hornsbury Mill near Chard again this year. An opportunity for members to bring spouses, family and friends to enjoy the day and meet up with the new and old.
The raffle proceeds will be used by the club for the enjoyment of the members and will not go into the general fund.

Sadly the trip to Bucklers Hard has had to be cancelled but maybe an outing next year.

So far this year Probus have had a good mix of speakers and topics and have some excellent talks lined up for the rest of the year when the Chair will pass on to John Keep.

The next meeting is 11th September. In October the talk is titled "The work of Marie Curie Nurses" by Judy Glossop, the Marie Curie Legacy Advisor.

The September and October meetings will be at the usual venue — The Old Pound Inn at Aller, on the 11th September and 9th October (being the second Wednesday in every month) at 11.30am for 12noon start. This gives members and guests time to choose and pay for their drink and meal.

There is an annual subscription at £12 with members paying for their own meals etc. Members can choose how large or small a meal they wish to have.

More news from Curry Rivel

Stan Laurel Brexit
: Tue 15 Oct 9:06am

Brexit Readiness: Defra Food & Farming Briefing Wed 23th Oct12pm — 2pmWessex Pavilions, Royal Bath & West Showground, Prestleigh, Nr Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 6QN Defra is working with the NFU, the Heart of the South West LEP and Mendip District Council to host a free 'Ready for Brexit' event aimed at businesses within the farming, food and drink sectors.This event is...

Portfield Closure 3rd Oct 2019
: Mon 14 Oct 6:14am

Temporary Closure of Portfield15th Oct 20199.30am — 3.30pmSomerset County CouncilDistrict of South SomersetParish of Curry RivelTAKE NOTICE that in pursuance of Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulations Act 1984, as amended by the Road Traffic (Temporary Restrictions) Act 1991, the County Council of Somerset propose to make an Order PROHIBITING ALL TRAFFIC from proceeding along...

Sorted1910 01
TG: Sun 13 Oct 2:42pm

Somerset Waste Partnership October Newsletter has some excditing news about recycling including an update on the roll out of Recycle More, Garden Waste charges and moreWith far more recycling each week and three-weekly rubbish collections, Recycle More is rolling out to you, starting with 51,000 households in Mendip. Plus scroll down for:Garden waste collections could be getting...