Henley Probus Club: Events Photo copyright Nigel Balchin

Events

The club organises trips to events of all kinds, based on the interests of existing members.

Brunch@Badgemore in May: Our regular, informal get together over a delicious cooked Breakfast met on Tuesday 7th May. The date for June will be announced soon when, as usual, we will meet around 9.30 a.m. at Badgemore Park for coffee and then Breakfast.


Plans to Celebrate the Club’s 500th meeting


Previous Events

  • Probus @ RBH Medical Museum

    Probus @ RBH Medical Museum

    On March 20th 2024 Henley Probus visited Reading’s Museum of English Rural Life (MERL) and the Royal Berkshire Hospital Medical Museum. Demand for a club visit to the Royal Berkshire Hospital Medical museum followed a previous talk that Richard Havelock (shown in the picture above) gave to the club about the museum. The MERL is…

  • Breakfast@Badgemore March 2024

    Breakfast@Badgemore March 2024

    Members celebrated the coming of Spring by meeting for another Breakfast@Badgemore get together at Badgemore Park.

  • Breakfast@Badgemore January 2024

    Breakfast@Badgemore January 2024

    Members celebrated the new year by meeting for another Breakfast@Badgemore get together at Badgemore Park.

  • Probus @ High Society

    Probus @ High Society

    Christmas & New Year in Style: The Club went to the popular musical ‘High Society’ at the Mill at Sonning on Wednesday 17th January 2024. The Restaurant provided an excellent meal before the performance – a feel good musical is based on the 1956 film which starred Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly and Frank Sinatra. The…

  • Breakfast@Badgemore

    Breakfast@Badgemore

    On June 27th 2023 Club members joined Mike Spong for another Breakfast@Badgemore get together at Badgemore Park. … and previously … On the 21st February Club members met to chat over a delicious breakfast at Badgemore Park.

  • Hay Fever without sneezes

    Hay Fever without sneezes

    In March 2023 over 25 club members and friends went to see a superb production of Noel Coward’s classic play ‘Hay Fever’. The setting was a country house in Cookham in the 1920s with lively householders and visitors creating at times chaotic scenes, which made a fascinating and really amusing play. ‘You can see Marlow…

  • Trip to Waddesdon Manor

    Trip to Waddesdon Manor

    During November 2022 Club members joined Ladies Probus Club members for a trip to Waddesdon Manor, to see the beautiful Christmas decorations, lights and market.

During recent years Henley Probus Club members have also enjoyed visits to:

Overseas outings have been to:

Visits to theatre performances at: