WELCOME to the web site of the Cardigan and District Probus Club.
The club exists to provide a meeting point for retired or semi-
We now meet at the Carpenters’ Arms hotel in Llechryd in the Teifi valley, a beautiful area near the South West Wales coast. There is no fixed catchment area for membership, it is up to the individual to decide if he lives close enough!
Club meetings are normally held on the fourth Thursday of the month, starting at
10.30 am and finishing at about 12 noon. The usual format is for a casual get-
The annual subscription is £20, payable from the date of the AGM in May. For further information please contact the Secretary or Chairman.
Web site updated 28/04/2013
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If you match the requirements above, why not join us now?
Just go to the “Contacts” page for the Secretary’s phone number and the (painless)
process can be started straight away! Alternatively, click on this button to go to
the membership application form for submission by e-
HOW TO FIND US
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The Carpenters’ Arms is on the A484 Cardigan to Newcastle Emlyn road, about 100 yards up the hill from the north end of Llechryd Bridge. A car park is available.
Following extensive discussions by members about the best way of handling the questions of improving the social side of meetings and the attendance of ladies, the committee has decided to try replacing the custom of marking particular meetings with a “Ladies welcome” symbol and adopting a rule that members may bring a guest to any meeting apart from the “business” sessions, the August “Members” meeting and the AGM. This could result in fewer ladies attending, as they would only go to the talks in which they have a specific interest, and it might help in recruiting new members. The rule will be reviewed, probably at the AGM, when we have some experience of how it is working.
Due to changes to our meeting room in Hammet House we can no longer meet there. Our September meeting was held at the Carpenters’ Arms hotel in Llechryd. This seems to have gone down well, with many members staying for lunch or drinks. We shall continue to meet here when appropriate to see how things go until the matter is reviewed at the AGM.