Clubs, by meeting day:

Clubs meeting on Mondays

Burford and Kingham meet 6.30 for 7.00pm at Off Burford Island Lechlade Road (A361) Burford OX18 4JG Tel: 01993 822583.

Note: We meet on Monday evenings at Burford Golf Club

Easthampstead meet 19.00 for 19.30 hrs at WADE Day Centre 40 Reading Road Wokingham RG41 1EH Tel: 01344 883131.

Note: Alternate Mondays, not Bank Holidays

Haddenham and District meet 19.30 for 20.00hrs at Stars Lane. Dinton HP17 8UL Tel: 01296 749000.

Note: Use our Contact Page to offer help with our events or to enquire about joining a meeting

High Wycombe meet 12:30 at Penn Road Hazlemere High Wycombe HP15 7LR Tel: 01494 719300.

Note: 2nd & 4th Monday evenings and Intervening Tuesday lunches.

Hungerford meet 7.00 at The Bear Hotel, Charnham St Hungerford Tel: 01488 682512.

Note: 1st and 3rd Mondays: 6.30 for 7.00pm. 5th Monday - Partners Evening. Apologies required for non-attendance

Jordans & District meet 1900 unless shown otherwise at Beaconsfield Golf Club Seer Green Beaconsfield HP9 2UR Tel: .

Note: Contact the Secretary for details

Loddon Vale meet at Duffield Rd. Sonning Reading RG4 6GJ Tel: 0118 927 2055.

Note: 1st Monday (12:30 for 12:45) at Sonning Golf Club, 2nd Monday, (19:30) at Shepherds House, Woodley, 3rd Monday (19:30) at the Heron on the Ford, Charvil, last Monday evening meeting with partners (19:00 for 19:30) Sonning Golf Club.

Maidenhead meet 1230hrs at Taplow House Hotel Berry Hill Maidenhead SL6 2BZZ Tel: 01628 581000.

Note: 4th Monday is our Rotary Family meeting where our Wives/Husbands/Partners join us for an evening meeting of fellowship and friendship.

Maidenhead Thames meet 19.00 for 19.30 Start at Fredrick's Hotel Shoppenhangers Rd. Maidenhead SL6 2PZ Tel: 01628 581 000.

Note: Generally, the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month

Newbury meet 18.00 at Old Oxford Rd. Donnington Newbury Tel: .

Note: Some meetings take place on Zoom or involve visits to other organisations. Please check this website for more info.

Oxford meet 12.45 at 66A Banbury Road Oxford OX1 2LN Tel: 0344 849 9132.

Note: No meeting on bank holidays

Pangbourne meet 19:30 for 20:00 at 41 High Street Theale Reading RG7 5AH Tel: 0118 930 3478.
Princes Risborough meet 19:30 at Whiteleaf Golf Club, Golf Club Lane Upper Icknield Way Whiteleaf Princes Risborough HP27 0LY Tel: 01844 274058.

Note: (1st Monday of month 13:00)

Thames Valley Hub meet at Tel: .
Wallingford & Didcot District meet at The Kingswell Hotel & Restaurant Reading Road Harwell, Didcot Tel: .
Windsor & Eton meet 12.30 pm for 1.00pm at 18 High St. Windsor SL4 1LJ Tel: +44 (0)1753 252800.

Note: 5th Monday 7.30 pm with Partners. Breakfast meetings 8.00 am on Garter Day in June and last Monday before Christmas. No Meetings on Bank Holiday Mondays.

Witney meet 12.40 at 28 Market Sq. Witney OX28 6BH Tel: 01993 776353.

Note: The Club meets 1st Monday of the month at 12.00 via Zoom; 2nd & 4th Mondays at 12.00 for 12.40 pm in the Blue Boar, Market Square, Witney; 3rd Monday 12.00 for 12.40 for Business Meeting at the Congregational Church, and has occasional evening meetings.

Wokingham meet Lunch 12.45 at Two Poplars Pub 118 Finchampstead Rd Wokingham RG41 2NU Tel: 0118 978 0590.

Note: 2nd Monday in the month 1.00pm Lunch meeting 4th monday in month 7.30pm evening meeting no meal Please check with Secretary Steve Roper on 01344 624 032

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