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What is Round Table?

Fun, friendship and trying something new and exciting, that’s what Round Table is all about. From sports to arts and nights out at restaurants to family social events, Round Table prides itself on giving its members the chance to embrace life to the full.

Round Table opens up wonderful opportunities to become more involved in your local community and meet new friends from across the UK and the world.

Helping others while having great fun and enjoying new experiences is at the very heart of Round Table.

So if you want to meet like minded people from all walks of life and get the chance to broaden your horizons why not contact your nearest Table and come along to the next meeting?

You have no idea what you’re missing! #DoMore

The Individual Round Table

Most Round Tables meet in the evening on a twice monthly or fortnightly basis. The programme is varied, ranging from meetings with speakers on topical matters or matters of local concern to a wide range of activity based meetings such as karting, clay pigeon shooting, sailing etc. Within the broad framework of the rules of the National Association all Tables organise their own programme and make their own decisions on the community service activities which best suit their own localities. Each Table also organises a variety of social activities for members and their families.


Membership is open to men between the ages of 18 and 45 years irrespective of their religious beliefs or political opinions and, the only other restriction placed on the potential member is that he should either work or reside in the catchment area of the Table. Round Table is a participating organization and the old saying applies strongly to Round Table “You get out what you put in”. You can develop yourself whilst having fun along the way.

Round Table International

Round Table exists in more than 40 countries and has as one of its aims “to further the establishment of peace and goodwill in international relationships”. As a result many Tables in this country have links or are “twinned” with overseas Tables with which exchange visits are arranged on a regular basis.