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The Probus Club of Enfield is an association of retired professional and business men founded in 1975. We currently have a membership of about 35

We meet for lunch at the Jolly Farmers Public House, 2, Enfield Road, Enfield EN2 7QS generally on the second Tuesday of each month. At each meeting, except for the AGM in November, it is usual for us to invite guests and have an interesting visiting speaker.

From time to time some very enjoyable theatre trips and outings to places of interest are arranged by our Social Secretary for the enjoyment of members. Also there have, historically, been two ladies luncheons arranged each year around Christmas and Springtime, both of which get great support.

It has been the usual practice for prospective new members to be invited to join us for lunch that currently costs £23. It is then usual for a second visit to be made after which an invitation to enrol with us would be given.

The membership joining fee is currently £20.00, inclusive of the provision of a Probus tie, lapel badge and name tag.


The Annual Subscription is currently £25.00 per annum.

If you are interested in speaking to someone about the Probus Club of Enfield please contact, in the first instance, the Hon. Secretary via the Contact Us tab.


The Committee are elected by the members at the Annual General Meeting, usually held  in November and consists of the following positions:-  President and Vice President, assisted by the following positions -  Secretary,  Treasurer,  Registrar, GDPR Officer, Theatre & Social,  Welfare Officer and Web site.     Sometimes a temporary assistant may be appointed for any of the above positions.


3rd Party Insurance        This is arranged by The Probus Club of Great Britain 

                            and Ireland via Fidentia insurance Brokers , and currently with

                            Ecclesiastical Insurance,

Safeguarding    Anyone under the age of 17 years must be accompanied 

                            by a supervising adult whilst attending one of our special events

                            such as a Theatre visit; quiz night, etc


Data Protection. Changes  to the  Data Protection Regulations came into force on the

                           25th May 2018.  Basically all members must give their consent before any                                    personal details can be kept on paper or electronic filing systems and

                           and if a member leaves the club, or does not renew their membership,

                           all their details are destroyed.  We will not issue any details to a

                           third party.  Members can still ask to see what records we have.  

Constitution    A copy of the current Constitution is available from the Secretary

Contact             To contact any members of the Committee should be sent via our Contacts 

                             page and it will be forwarded to the appropriate member.


This page was last updated  23 February 2022

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