Santa is in Tettenhall

The Tettenhall Round Table Sleigh will be touring Tettenhall with Santa this evening – the sleigh will start from Upper Green at 4.30 visiting Hinkes Road, Davenport Road, Mancroft Road, Regis Road, Limes Road, Cornwall Road and Woodcote Road during the evening.

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41 Club Storm Liverpool

Round Table grew out of Rotary back in 1927 so its no surprise that Tablers make great Rotarians and we are lucky that many of the members of the Club were formerly members of the Tettenhall Round Table and a number of other local Round Table Clubs.

Originally, membership of Round Table was limited to men aged between of 18 – 40 years (now 18-45), so that following his 40th birthday, a member of Round Table would have to retire. He was then eligible to join a 41 Club, which is the pet name for The Association of Ex-Round Tablers’ Clubs.

The 41 Club gives ex Tablers an opportunity to continue the friendships they have made whilst in Round Table and encourages them to continue their active involvement in the Community as well as supporting their local Round Table club.

Many members of our own Club are also members of the Tettenhall 41 Club and one of their members came along tonight to let the rest of us know exactly what they got up to on their latest Lads Weekend Away in Liverpool as Gordon Nicklin shared with us a documentary that he had produced covering the annual Tettenhall 41 Club weekend away.

Tettenhall Summer Fete

On the first Sunday of July each year our friends at Tettenhall Round Table host the Tettenhall Summer Fete on the Village Green. The Fete is great opportunity for all types of local community organisations to come together, and to let the people of Tettenhall know what we do as well as raising money for local charities at the same time as having a lot of fun.

Blessed with fine weather this years event was the best yet with more stalls, more displays and more visitors than ever. Over 400 people tried their arm at the Club’s Nok Em Off stall raising over £200 to benefit Rotary charities whilst the ladies of the Inner Wheel Club of Tettenhall worked tirelessly throughout the day raising over £800 for their charities from their brick a brack stall.

Our thanks to Club member Ray Hill for all of his hard work in building the Club’s stall and to the lads of Round Table for organising such an enjoyable event which as well as bringing the Village together helps to raise much needed funds for local charities.