“What do you get from Probus?” is a question often asked. The answer is simple — the opportunity to meet together for a social get-together. We are not involved in any fund-raising activities other than for our own needs.
The Honley Probus Club is a unique experience like all clubs. It encourages retired men to meet and keep in touch with the business and social world through a range of talks, sharing conversations and developing new friendships.
We invite our wives/partners to meals and trips during the year. Recent outings have included visits to Chester, Port Sunlight, Llandudno, Lincoln and the Assay office at Sheffield.
The Club has an established Bowls section and the members can bowl all the year round; indoors in the winter months and Crown Green during the summer months.
If you would like to join Honley Probus Club, (which stands for Retired Professional and Business Men), but in reality is open to any retired men in Honley and the local area who are interested in meeting up twice a month for a sociable chat, coffee and a range of good speakers, please do come along for a taster visit, or find out more by contacting us:
We meet every first and third Tuesday of each month at Honley Community Centre, Stoney Lane, Honley HD9 6DY from 10.30am until 12pm.
The committee will strive to make the room as Covid secure as possible and will be delighted to welcome old and new members.
A short list of speakers is shown below.
|7th September our speaker will be John Cross talking about The Curate and the Kings Coin.|
The talk is about Edmund Robinson a curate at Holmfirth Chapel in 1673. His career included rouge, clerygyman, highwayman !!
|21st September – It only hurts when I laugh, Jeff Jacklin|
|5th October – London, it’s livery and freemen, Dr David Allen|
|19th October – In Katy’s company-Coutesans ,Ladies and Strumpets, Catherine Curzon|
|Honley Probus Club are having a welcome stall at the Honley Agricultural show. New and Old members are welcome to visit and say hello.|
Our Secretary will be pleased to answer general questions regarding Probus. Would you please contact Les Chadwick on 767827, email