Welcome to Beaconsfield Probus.
Our Club meets at St Teresa’s Parish Hall, Warwick Road, in the centre of Beaconsfield New Town
About our Club
The Probus Club of Beaconsfield was formed in 1986 as a club for retired and semi-retired professional and businessmen, and we invite speakers on a wide range of topics.
Meetings are held twice a month, on the mornings of the second and fourth Thursday of the month at
St Teresa’s Parish Hall in Warwick Road in the centre of Beaconsfield New Town.
For our meetings, the hall is open from 9.45am and coffee and tea are served from 10.00am. The meeting opens at 10.30am with Club business, followed by a talk from the day’s guest speaker, which lasts between 45 to 60 minutes, followed by questions.
On a show of hands, an informal lunch at a selected local restaurant is arranged, usually to follow the first Speaker Meeting of the month. Also, Members often like to socialise locally after a Speaker Meeting where there is no organised informal lunch.
When there is a fifth Thursday in the month, we arrange for our ladies to have their own meeting with a speaker, followed by lunch for those who wish to participate.
Speaker Programme & Social Events
We have a regular programme of interesting speakers which you can see on our Speaker Programme page. The page includes details of the Ladies Meetings. There is also a full programme of very well-supported social events and outings throughout the year, to which wives and partners are warmly invited. Find out more on our Social Events page.
Our Social Events include organised visits to places of interest including, for example, a Christmas Concert at Cadogan Hall, an Annual Club Holiday, local walks to include a pub lunch and guided tours of local museums and collections of interest. For examples of some of such past events, please follow this Members News link.
On Site Parking is available for those attending our regular Speaker Meetings .
- Valid only for the duration of the meeting and use of the Parish Centre
- The Church reserve bays when there are events and meetings (including Probus) but these spaces are not guaranteed
- The markings on the disabled parking bays are quite faint, but these need to remain for the purpose of those who need them only, even if the lot is full.
- Please be patient and drive carefully as there are lots of families with young children who can be rather unpredictable.
Although due to the popularity and success of our Club there is a ceiling to our membership numbers, we would always welcome enquiries for membership.
Please contact us for further details.