The Round Table Family

We are family.

41 Club is part of a wider community called the Round Table Family and we span the globe!

Round Table

This is where our friendship movement first started, back in 1927. At Round Table, we give 18 to 45-year-old men the chance to experience new things, make amazing new friendships, gain wonderful new experiences, and make a difference in their local community. As part of our dedication to the Armed Forces Covenant, we offer current and ex-servicemen 12 months of free membership. Join 30,000 men around the world for lifelong friendships, unforgettable experiences, and the chance to make a difference to those around you. Find out more here

Tangent

The National Association of Tangent Clubs is one of the largest women's organisations in the UK, with around 500 Clubs and 10,000 members. Tangent members usually meet once a month, though this varies from Club to Club. Tangent offers a varied programme of events and activities which are unique to each individual Club, but all include a mixture of fellowship, friendship, fun and fundraising. Women will always need good friends, good times and want the opportunity to support good causes - Tangent is the place to find all that!   So, what have you got to lose? Lifelong friends are made in our organisation. Find out more here

Ladies Circle 

adies Circle is a modern, vibrant club for women just like you! With hundreds of members aged 18 to 45 across Great Britain and Ireland, we want to offer the best opportunity for young women to connect with each other, have a great time and give something back.

Circlers first join us because they want to make new friends, have fun, do things they’ve never done before and put something back into the community at the same time. They stay because what they find is a ready-made group of friends from all walks of life, who allow them to just be themselves. Often women don't know anybody when they join, sometimes they come with a friend but either way, most members find that within a very short time they're making new friendships that last a lifetime. Local groups put their own social events calendar together, to reflect the preferences of their members. They also fundraise for their chosen charities.

Find out more here

41 Club

41 Club was formed in 1945 to provide a way for members of Round Table to continue their friendships after retirement from Round Table at the then obligatory age of 40.
The full name is "The Association of Ex-Round Tablers’ Clubs" and our main purpose is to support Round Table and, if possible, participate in local community service initiatives or charity work. However, the ‘continued friendship’ and ‘fellowship’ aspect is of great importance. Most clubs meet monthly, often in a public house, golf club or restaurant. Meetings are usually semi-formal with either an activity or a speaker to entertain. Lifelong friendships are often made in 41 Club. Find out more here

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