What We're All About

The Round Table Movement is all about making friends, having fun, trying things you've not done before, and putting something back into your local community. 

Most local Round Table clubs hold regular meetings each fortnight, getting together for everything from Black Tie dinners to a game of football, or even something as simple a drink at the pub or a meal somewhere local. These social evenings are the lifeblood of the Round Table movement – bringing together groups of friends for a drink and a laugh.

Each local Round Table club usually organises a few events each year. They vary from club to club, and can be anything from carnivals and bonfires to silent auctions and charity runs. Raising money is often secondary – what matters is that Tablers are getting involved in their local communities, putting something back, and making a difference locally. There’s no obligation to commit a certain amount of time. All that clubs ask is you devote what time you have available, and often it’s a great way to develop new skills.

A highlight of Table for many members is the group activities, as it gives you the chance to try something that you wouldn’t usually try alone. If you’ve ever fancied abseiling, bungee jumping, dry slope skiing or juggling, you’re bound to find a club that has put it on this year’s programme. Getting involved is easy, and it could be the best laugh you’ve had for ages.

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