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Welcome to the new 41Club National Website!
On this site you can find out what is happening in 41Club around the UK and Internationally. Clubs can now feed information to the site in the ‘News’ section, and you can publish your event in the events calendar.
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We are pleased to give outline details of our 70th year celebrations which will be held on the 12th September 2015 at the New Dock Hall, The Armouries, Leeds.
This will be a celebratory lunch with all the tradition of a 41Club fellowship event. A 4 course lunch with wine, a good ‘Northern Brass Band’ playing all the patriotic music we all love to hear, and an excellent Guest Speaker – Martyn Lewis CBE.
Tickets will go on sale from January 1st 2015.
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It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Vaughan Harris – National President 2011-2012, Vaughan who had also been National President of Round Table in 2000-2001 was also the 41Club International Archivist.
Vaughan died at home on the night of the 30th September/1st October following a short illness.
The 41 Club Garden at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire, was featured...Read More
The four National Presidents of the Round Table Family laid wreaths at the Cenotaph in London...Read More
The four Immediate Past National Presidents of the Round Table Family laid wreaths at the obelisk...Read More
National President Jim Smith and a party of 41'ers were one of the teams who planted poppies at the Tower of London. The display of over 800,00 poppies represents those killed in the First World War.
Joint cooperation - is encouraged ..................................
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