Why Join the Round Table?

Where else would you experience activities you wouldn't normally do, build lifelong trusted friendships, get the opportunity to develop valuable skills, and contribute to your local community, all while building a unique network of personal and professional contacts? That's why people join The Round Table Movement.

  

Ask Tablers why they joined Table, and you will get a variety of different answers. For many it is the social aspect - they want to widen their circle of friends, or have moved to a new area and find it a great way to build up a new social network. For others, existing friends are already Tablers, and ask them along to give it a go.

The real attraction of The Round Table Movement, however, goes far beyond this. Because what Tablers find, once they become members, is a unique combination of elements that you simply can't find in any other club.

The Round Table is all about trying a diverse range of fun activities that you wouldn't normally do as an individual, with a group of people from different backgrounds, that you wouldn't normally meet. You can learn all sorts of new skills, while making a socially responsible difference to your local community, and it's not just local -- it's a global movement, with clubs in more than 65 countries, on every continent on the world.

Michael Atkinson one of our newest members after moving to Rochdale joined Round Table :-

" I was looking to build my social network and get involved in giving something back to the community and afer attending Round Table for several meetings decided it was a club for me and joined"

 

Tony Pockney commented : 

"Having moved into the Rochdale Area I wanted to build up a social network and have an opportunity to put something back into the local community.That was over 15 years ago. membership of Rochdale Round Table exceeded all my expectationsand still continue to do so " 

Robin Smith is our newest member of Table and comments :-

"As a professional I wanted to meet like minded people, try new experiences and opportunities, be part of something worthwhile which can make a real difference to the community and helping people. I knew about the organisation because my dad was a member when he was in his thirties and he has talked regularly about the good times he had. I didn't know any current members when I joined but I took a chance and within my first couple of months I had been walking, climbing, motorcross biking, had helped to raise over £2500 doing the Coniston Challenge in aid of the Guide Dogs for the Blind and met loads of great people." 

 

If you would like to take advantage of this unique combination of elements that has the power to change lives, contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  , and come along for a couple of regular events.

You never know where it might take you.

 
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