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Moleside's April

Friday 5                      Science & Tech
Tuesday 9                  Coppa Club 
Monday 15                 Hackers Season Opens
Tuesday 16                 Investors
Wednesday 17           Cribbag
Thursday 18               Walking  
Friday 19                     Close Up At The Magic Circle 
Tuesday 23                 Moleside Probus AGM                                   

Looking ahead

Friday 19 April                            Close Up At The Magic Circle
Tuesday 7 May                           Cadogan Hall Concert 
Sun 12/Mon 13 May                  Nat. Arboretum & JCB Tour
Wednesday 19 June                  Wind in the Willows Cruise
Thursday 20 June                       Absolute Bowie at Painshill
Friday 26 July                              Moleside Hog Roast
Friday 2 August                          Shakespeare At Painshill – Almost 
Wednesday 21 August              Malverleys Garden Visit
Wednesday 25 September
      Departure Porto

Members can CLICK HERE to check the Sign Up Sheets for our events.

About Moleside Probus

We’re an independent club of business and professional men living around Cobham in Surrey determined to get the most out of our retirement. Take a look at our video and we’ll give you a flavour of the sort of things we get up to. For us retirement is only the beginning.

What's been happening recently

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All Right On The Night

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