Plaxtol Men’s Society is open to men of all ages from the village and surrounding areas. It was founded in 1966 to provide a venue for socialising and widening members’ interests by engaging interesting speakers.
Its season is from October to March, normally on the 2nd Monday of the month in Plaxtol Memorial Hall. It has an Annual Dinner in April and a summer outing.
PROGRAMME for 2017 to 2018
All meetings: open at 7:45 with tea and coffee
Speaker: at 8:00pm
Venue: Plaxtol Memorial Hall
Membership subscription is £15.00
Please Note – owing to a change of date – the first meeting will be on October 16th: A short AGM, at which the Treasurer would be pleased to receive your annual membership of £15.00, followed by a talk on “Compulsory Motor Insurance in Europe” by Tom Hogg.
November 13th: A talk by Tim Tawney called “A snake in the lavatory” – a background of colonial history.
December 11th: Our Christmas Social Event, to which wives and partners are invited – about The Heart of Kent Hospice.
January 8th: A local Magistrate will talk about “The Work of the Magistrates Court”.
February 12th: “The musings of a retired PC!” by Peter Crossley.
March 12th: Peter Brewin will talk about “Metal Powders and the musings of a retired Engineer”.
The Annual Dinner 2018: April. At The Plough, Ivy Hatch. Details to be confirmed.
A Summer Outing 2018: To be arranged and notified to members by email.
Chairman: Tom Hogg 01732 811016 Email: email@example.com
Treasurer: Tom Owen 01732 810955 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org