Hello and Welcome
Llandudno is the largest seaside tourist resort in Wales and as early as 1864 was being described as the Queen of Welsh Resorts, an accolade that it continues to merit. For many years it has also been a very popular residential area for leading business and professional people and a favourite place in which to retire.
About the club
Llandudno Probus Club for retired professional and business people was formed in 1973 and is at the present time actively recruiting members. The club will be pleased to hear from retired and partially retired business and professional men and women living in or near Llandudno who wish to consider joining a club which offers friendship, fellowship, support, and a variety of invited speakers at monthly luncheon meetings throughout the year. The modest annual subscription is mainly to support hospitality for these speakers.
Our regular meeting place is The Dunoon Hotel, Gloddaeth Street, Llandudno, twice monthly. On the first Wednesday in each month we meet for coffee and biscuits at 11a.m. Our principal meeting is normally on the third Wednesday in each month at 12:30 pm for luncheon at 1 pm and the meal is usually followed by a guest speaker. The meetings for January and February, 2017, will be at the North Wales Golf Club.
Probus Members visiting Llandudno and District are welcome to attend our meetings, please contact the Secretary in advance for further details.
|Chairman||Betty Kay||01492 583451|
|Secretary||Ron Jones||01492 541438|
|January 28, 2017||Pete Cojean||`Life in New Zealand'|
|February 15, 2017||Keith Livesey||`TBA'|
|March 15, 2017||-||AGM|
|April 19, 2017||Alison Brooks||`Straya - Life and Probus Down Under'|
|May 17, 2017||Clive Plane||`An engineer in the Merchant Navy'|
|June 21, 2017||Colin Logan||`A storm at sea'|
|July 19, 2017||Ifan Richard Hughes||`Crime Prevention/Personal Safety'|