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Pownall Probex Club
Our Probus club was founded in 1969 as the Cheadle and District Probex Club. The club
has had various venues since then but for several years we have enjoyed the hospitaility
Cheshire Line Tavern
in Cheadle, Greater Manchester. This was previously the
Cheadle North railway station and the adjacent railway line still exists though now only
used by freight trains
Our club is limited to 50 retired or semi-retired male members with professional,
business or similar backgrounds interested in stimulating presentations, good
conversation and the opportunities to participate in social outings.
We meet at 9.30 most Wednesday mornings at the Cheshire Line Tavern for coffee and
biscuits Our Chairman will then start the meeting with any announcements - and
sometimes try to tell a joke - before introducing our speaker for the day. Subjects vary
from history to magic but are always entertaining.
Afterwards the bar will be open and once a month we arrange to meet with partners for
lunch, ensuring an enjoyable social occasion.
The club organises regular trips, walks and theatre visits, providing an excellent
opportunity to make friends and keep busy.