Audlem & District Probus is saddened to announce the passing of David Hughes, a valued member of our club. David served as secretary and president and his tireless work was greatly appreciated. We will miss his cheerful presence. His funeral will be held at St. James Church, Audlem, on Monday 19th June at 11am.
19th September 2021 It is with great sadness that we hear that Ken Hughes our fellow member has passed away after suffering illness for some time. Our thoughts and condolences go to his wife Marie at this difficult time.
GEOFFREY MITCHELL AUGUST 16TH 2021 Peacefully passed away at his home in Audlem, aged 91 years. Geoff, a retired farmer, formerly of Wrenbury and Aston, beloved Husband of Marion, much loved Dad of Paul and Ian, Dear Grandad to James, Jon, and Robert & step Grandson Mark. Sadly missed by family and
Regrettably we've learned that Joe Hoyles met with an accident on Friday 26th March. A ladder that he was using slipped and fell down bringing Joe with it. Consequently he's suffered a broken shoulder and a broken hip. He's been told that the shoulder will heal by itself, whilst doctors at Roy
We have received the sad news that John Lancaster has passed away. John was a longstanding member of Audlem and District Probus Club and from April 2016 was the auditor for the Club's finances. Our sincere condolences go to John's wife Valerie at this very sad time.
Sad news. Tony Finn has passed away. Tony was a much respected member of our club and had a very distinguished history with Probus. He was one of our founder members in 1995, he served as President in 1997/98 and was later elected a Life Member
TOM HASSALL LAYS PROBUS WREATH ON REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY Like most other events in 2020, the laying of the Probus wreath on Remembrance Sunday was different this year. Due to government restrictions the planned church service was cancelled and organisations were invited to lay their wreaths at the war m
At the Zoom Committee meeting last week there was a discussion about a date for the restart of Probus activities. We were informed that the Public Hall in Audlem is having major refurbishment work to commence through September, October and November which would make it more inconvenient for us and ev
Refunds for the Cancelled Probus Holiday to the Chilterns Following the latest Travel Advisories from the Government announced in the last week, the hotel at Henley is now closed until late June. Bookings affected by this closure (and this obviously includes ours) are being offered an opportunit
EXTRAORDINARY TIMES We are living through a most unusual set of circumstances which are constantly changing and evolving to the extent that decisions and pronouncements made a few days ago rapidly become out of date. Nonetheless, we at our Probus Club must do all we can to keep ourselves safe and h
"Given the present situation regarding the Coronavirus pandemic, together with the advice of the Government, the Committee wish to inform you that future meetings of the Probus Club have been suspended until further notice, Further information will be forwarded as and when it becomes available. Kind
Regrettably due to the stringent measures announced to counteract the spread of Coronavirus our visit to The Fire and Rescue station on the 31st March has had to be postponed as has the proposed Cruise on the Manchester Ship Canal. We realise this will create disappoint among members but as many wi
Probus members went on an extensive tour of the Bentley facility at Crewe on Monday 18th November organised by our Social Secretary Jerry Sullivan Members were escorted around the production / assembly of such prestigious cars as the Continental GT, Silver Spur, Mulsanne and the latest SUV Bentayg