Welcome to Ormskirk & District Round Table No 221

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Phil Rothwell

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Andy Berry

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David Sharrock

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Ben Appleton

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Ormskirk Round Table

 is a social club for lads between the ages of 18 - 45, who like a few beers, varied activities, having a laugh and making a few quid for worthy causes along the way.

WANTED !!!
 
New members to take part in pub crawls, clay pigeon shooting,theme nights,beach footy,pub crawls, fishing, paint balling, international tours, pub crawls, go- karting,golf, barbeques, pub crawls, cricket, quad biking, brewery tours, pub crawls, casino nights, camping, watersports and more.
 
Not forgeting our charity pub crawl collections!
 
 
Forget any pre-conceived ideas you may have about Round Table. It's friendly, fun and rewarding. Ask any Round Tabler and he will tell you that the movement expand horizons and gives you a passport to a world-wide fellowship.
 
 
Round Table is a social club with a conscience for men between the ages 18 and 45, raising millions of pounds for thousands of worthy causes.
 
Membership helps to create confidence and character, enabling you to mix and have a go at helping to organise and run meetings and events.
 
Table is run by and for Tablers as a hobby on the basis that you get out of it what you put in (and if it aint fun it aint done!). Members come from all walks of life and join for enjoyment and as a way of participating in the local community.
 
Round Tables operate individually but with a common cause, and together they form The National Association of Round Tables of Great Britain and Ireland. But that's not all. Round Table exists throughout the world and has links with like-minded clubs internationally.
 
 What's it all about?
  • Trying new activities and sports
  • Meeting new people and networking
  • Sharing varied and new experiences
  • Enjoy helping your local community
  • Most of all, having a good time
 What do I get out of It?
  • The potential for a great time
  • Self  development by improving your personal business and business skills
  • Events for all the family
  • Experiences you might otherwise completely miss out on
  • The more time and effort (not money) you put in, the more you will benefit

 Is it just a club to help charities?

  • NO.  One of the main reasons to get together is to meet like-minded people, make new friends and have fun
 Why should I consider joining?
  • Because it is a thoroughly entertaining and personally rewarding hobby that brings you into contact with many like-minded individuals
 Who joins and why?

The members of Round Table come from all walks of life and join for a variety of reasons - perhaps as a gateway to relaxation and to enjoyment, or as a way of participating in the local community. It is, of course, an ideal way for those who have moved into a new area to find new friends of a similar age.

Membership of Round Table helps to create confidence and character. The individual learns quickly to mix and 'have-a-go' at helping to organise and run meetings and events. The organisation is run by and for Tablers as a hobby.

 How do I become a member?

After attending as a guest for a time, potential members are invited to join. There are no barriers regarding one's political, religious, occupational or marital status and the only qualification is to be male, over 18 and under 45.

 What about the costs and commitment involved?

There is an annual subscription fee but this varies between the clubs and is dependent on their location and activities. All members are required to attend at least 60% of meetings (these are twice a month and will often include a meal and drinks) and to support and participate in as many of the other activities as possible. As with any hobby the more you put in, the more you get out. This is the challenge of Round Table.