Note: Business Meetings are held on a 2nd and 4th Monday, with a social event on a Thursday evening between meetings.
Note: Not every week
Note: No meeting following Bank Holiday. 5th. Monday of the month, normally a breakfast meeting at 8 am Contact : Carol Herbert : email firstname.lastname@example.org : mobile 07794230487
Note: We are currently operating a hybrid system with some meetings in person and some on Zoom. Details of each meeting are in the "Meetings & Events" menu.
Note: No Meeting following Bank Holidays
Note: 1st (Committees) and 3rd (Business or Speaker) Mondays. 4th Monday (Club Social). No meeting on Bank Holidays or if 5th Monday in Month.
Note: 1st Monday - Social/Speaker meeting at 18.30 3rd Monday - Committees/Business Meeting at 18.30 2nd & 4th Monday - Luncheon Fellowship at 12.30
Note: Currently meetings on a Monday are virtual via Zoom. On some Tuesdays and Thursdays face to face meetings are held in various venues. See schedule for details.
Note: We meet every second Monday. (Except Bank Holidays)
Note: 1st and 3rd Monday in Month
Note: We meet face to face TWICE monthly - generally on the 2nd and fourth Mondays. A Zoom meeting is held on the other Mondays.
Note: No meeting on a Bank Holiday Monday
Note: No meetings on Bank Holidays
Note: In the Hi-Tide Inn, Mackworth Road, Porthcawl. Lunch on the first and third Mondays, a Zoom meeting at noon on the second Monday and an evening meeting at 7pm on the fourth Monday. We do not meet on Bank Holidays.
Note: Except Bank Holiday Mondays
Note: Meet every alternate week
Note: MEETINGS SUSPENDED DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC Formal meetings at The Parkway Hotel on 1st, 3rd & 4th weeks. Informal meetings at local hostelry on 2nd & 5th weeks. No meetings on Bank Holidays.
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