A WARM WELCOME TO
PROBUS COMPTON CLUB OF BANBURY
FOUNDED IN 1970
The Probus movement started in the 1960 and grew out of the Rotary Club organization.
The title PROBUS was derived from the words PROfessional and BUSiness.
The Compton Club was named after Sir William Compton who defended Banbury Castle against the Parliamentarians in The Civil War
The Banbury Club was formed on 8th June 1970, in the Whately Hall Hotel, and is for men who have retired or who are semi-retired from a profession or business occupation. We aim to promote friendship and fellowship amongst members, and to arrange activities for their mutual benefit. Many professions are represented by our membership which includes a very diverse range of careers, occupations and vocations such as teachers, accountants, managers, clergymen, driving instructors, doctors etc.
PROBUS membership provide self-generating goodwill, a sense of belonging and a diverse background of interests. The fellowship and cordiality evident within Probus Clubs ensures a highly successful future for PROBUS as a firmly established part of the community.
PROBUS is a NON-SECRETARIAN & NON-POLITICAL ORGANISATION
We meet at The Moon and Sixpence Hanwell OX17 1HW Free car parking is available behind the restaurant.
If you are interested and would like to find out more then please contact one of the members below:
Chairman: Harry Matthews 01295 276856 email@example.com
Secretary: Paul Rayment 01295 265979 firstname.lastname@example.org
Webmaster: Harry Matthews 01295 276856 email@example.com