Henley Probus Club Meet Back Face to Face

Henley Men’s Probus met for the first time in eighteen months at Badgemore Golf Club with 30 members attending.

Robin Rippon was introduced as the current Chairman, following Tony Brown.  One new member and two guests were received and welcomed.

The club is planning a visit to Sonning Mill Theatre for the performance of Top Hat.

Financial Affairs were presented by the current treasurer, Julian Pearce. It was agreed that the financial report should in future be viewed by an independent examiner. The next club meeting and committee meeting will on the second Tuesday in September.

Members Robin Rippon, Simon Davies and Chris Ash gave brief talks. Robin’s profession was in dentistry, while Simon’s was in the army and Chris was a electronics researcher. Robin has volunteered with the Henley Handy Bus in retirement and Simon for the charity Rivertime Boat Trust who offer boating for disabled people.

Tony Clark stepped down as President and handed over to Julian Pearce who passed the Treasurership to Richard Kingston.

After drinks at the bar, members settled down to an excellent buffet lunch.

New members to Henley Probus would be welcomed and should contact regriffiths@waitrose.com