Round Table is a non-political, non-sectarian association of young business men between the ages of 18 and 45, embracing representatives of nearly every profession and trade.

 

PROGRAMME

First Tuesday of the month plus a second meeting in the following two weeks.

Curious? Please contact Gary Freeman for further details:

Gary Freeman,                              

c/o  Horley & District Round Table

PO Box 399

HORLEY

RH6 0XX

Email:    garyfreeman@clara.co.uk

 

SANTA CLAUS 2013!

As always we will be helping Father Christmas around the streets of Horley this December. Please follow this link to see when he will visit your street link . Not on the list? You must be on the route of our friends from Horley Lions or Horley Rotary Club.

 

Want to see things we get up to? We are best know for our fundraising, but we have lots of fun as well. Zoom in to some of these photos and try and work them out… Click here

 

Round Table was born with the motto “Adopt, Adapt, Improve”. It is about having fun with a group of friends while at the same time trying to help the local community.

Round Tables operate individually but with a common cause, and together they form the National Association of Round Tables of Great Britain and Ireland. But that’s not all… Round Table exists throughout the world and has links with like-minded clubs internationally.

There has been a Round Table in Horley for nearly fifty years. We are a tremendously active club with regular interesting and fun meetings.You may know us by our organisation of Prom in the Park, Horley Fireworks or Santa’s Sleigh!

 

 

AIMS AND OBJECTS

 

·          To develop the acquaintance of young men through the medium of their various occupations.

·          To emphasise the fact that one’s calling offers an excellent medium of service to the community.

·          To cultivate the highest ideals in business, professional and civic tradition.

·          To recognise the worthiness of all legitimate occupations and to dignify each his own, by precept and example.

·          To further the establishment of peace and goodwill in international relationships.

·          To further these objects by meetings, lectures, discussions and other activities.