About Round Table
Our Members Make Us What We Are
A modern movement with the members at its heart, the Round Table Movement today remains true to its founder's vision, is proud of its successes, and more than ready to welcome the next generation.
Founded to give young men a place to meet, make friends, and exchange ideas, the Round Table is non-religious, non-political and non-sectarian, and has as much to offer men today as it did when it started in 1927.
As important as what the Round Table is, is what it isn't, and if you think the Round Table is a closed, secret society that belongs to the past, you couldn't be further from the truth. Much more than just a club or an association, the Round Table is a vibrant movement whose 8,000 members meet regularly in 600 clubs around the UK to see friends, have fun, and get involved in their local communities.
The energy that members bring to Table forms friendships, shapes lives and makes a lasting difference to many people beyond the movement itself.
John Quirke explains the impact that being a member of Round Table has made on his life:
"It's quite simply the best organisation I have ever joined where I have made lifelong friends who are willing to share their wisdom and experience to help me".
John's experience is not unique: now in more than 65 countries, on every continent in the world, thousands of Tablers around the world feel the same. United in their aims, they share the same vision, and are ready to welcome fellow members, no matter who they are or where they come from.
Tom Bailey says joining Round Table has been the most fantastic experience.
"I've done things I'd never have done, been to places I'd never have visited and formed friendships which I'm sure will last a lifetime".
If this sounds like something you'd like to be a part of, we'd love to see you soon.For further information please contact us