Cel­e­brat­ing 10 years of Chiltern Probus Club

Of­fers op­por­tu­nity to meet ‘like minded in­di­vid­ual’

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - NEWS - By Laura Mowat laura.mowat@trin­i­tymir­ror.com

A PRO­FES­SIONAL busi­ness club cel­e­brated its an­niver­sary.

The Chiltern Probus club had its decade an­niver­sary at the end of May and 80 peo­ple en­joyed a lunch at Moor Park Man­sion in Rick­mansworth.

The club is men only and it is re­quired for mem­bers to have a pro­fes­sional or busi­ness back­ground. The mem­bers tend to be re­tired or semi-re­tired and the aim is to pro­vide reg­u­lar op­por­tu­ni­ties to keep their minds ac­tive, to ex­pand their in­ter­ests and to make and spend time with friends.

The founder chair­man of the Chiltern Probus Club, Ray Challi­nor, said: “Some 80 peo­ple en­joyed the mag­nif­i­cence of the Moor and has 10th

DECADE: Mem­bers of the Chiltern Probus club at Amer­sham Com­mon vil­lage hall. Right, Ray Challi­nor Park Man­sion, many tak­ing visit the Magic ad­van­tage of a pre-lunch Lon­don soon. tour with guides from the Mr Challi­nor added: “The Moor Park Dec­o­ra­tive and club was formed as a spin Fine Arts So­ci­ety.” off from the Che­sham

The 50-mem­ber strong Probus Club as there were group meets ev­ery month in ca­pac­ity prob­lems. We Amer­sham Com­mon Vil­lage wanted to see if there was Hall for talks, cof­fee and an ap­petite for the club in out­ings. Re­cent talks have this area and there was. in­cluded the top­ics of the “It is an op­por­tu­nity to Panama Canal and Burma meet like minded in­di­vid­u­als. and the mem­bers have It is a good way to form new vis­ited a Bat­tle of Bri­tain friend­ships, see old friends bunker and the club will and learn new things from

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in the talks.” Na­tion­ally, the Probus Club started 50 years ago, in 1965, and was ini­tially cre­ated by the Ro­tary Club. The name is an acro­nym of pro­fes­sional and busi­ness.

Although the Chiltern Probus Club is men only, there are mixed and women only clubs too.

To find out more about the Chiltern Probus Club, see www.chiltern­probus. info.

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