The newest member of Spalding and District Round Table is Chris McKenna (right), being inducted by chairman Sam Nundy earlier this month.

Free night out to learn about benefits of being in Spalding and District Round Table

Spalding and District Round Table is offering a free night out on Monday (September 21) to potential new members.

The organisation is for men aged between 18 and 45 and anyone who might want to join is invited to join Tablers to enjoy ten-pin bowling at AlleyCatz followed by a meal at Indian restaurant Indus.
It will be an opportunity to mix with current members and find out what the organisation does and how it enriches their social life.

Spalding Round Table is one of the healthiest in Lincolnshire for membership. Several of the 19 have been members for many years.

Chairman Sam Nundy said: “Round Table is really just a group of ordinary guys doing extraordinary things – and in Spalding we are no different.”

Spalding Round Table meets fortnightly on Mondays for a varied and interesting programme of activities including sport, visits and other activities. The night also includes a meal at a pub or restaurant.

Nine members went to Round Table’s National Sporting Weekend in Norwich and several are going on an exchange trip to German Tablers in Spalding’s twin town of Speyer.
The Table’s biggest event is its annual boxing night fundraiser.

Sam added: “We try and do our bit for the Spalding community by raising money and then donating this to local good causes, which have included Johnson Community Hospital, local scout groups and, most recently, The Pennygate Foundation.

“If this sounds like something you would like to be involved in please do come along on Monday. You’ll be made very welcome.”

The night starts at AlleyCatz in Westlode Street at 7.15pm.

For any other information call Sam on 07775 796120.

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