41 Club National Connects Programme

Dear Member,

The National President has sent out an email about the above programme over the Christmas period and into the new year.

I am afraid it is impossible to copy and paste it all here for technical reasons (awkward table structure within the email).

If you haven’t received it, please contact Mike S on how to register for 41 Club National emails.

Or you can visit here for most of the details: https://41clubconnects.co.uk.

Sadly, there is no free beer or gin for these tastings.

They do have a limit of 300 guests on the Zoom calls, and if you can’t join that, they will be streaming live on Facebook, so they will welcome any more listeners on there.

Note: as discussed at the February 2020 meeting, if you would like to receive email updates directly to your inbox for all articles as soon as they appear on the Scarborough 41 Club website, please subscribe to the site. The subscription box is on the upper right of every page, just below the Search. Techy hint: check your spam inbox if you don’t see the subscription email immediately.

41 Club National November 2020 Newsletter

Dear Member,
Date: 17/11/2020
Please find attached the 41 Club Newsletter for November.

Ashby 41 Club features heavily because they send in articles – if you want your club to feature too, please meet me half way and send in some stories.

41 International are looking to find the oldest 41-ers in the world. National doesn’t keep records of members’ dates of birth so I need you to tell me if you have any centenarian members in your club (aside from Jimmy Gordon, of Ringwood & District 41 Club, and Michael Prince, of Bournemouth 41 Club, who both featured in our July Newsletter for passing this milestone!).

Also, members have been asking where they can order 41 Club Gin? You can find it on-line at https://www.45ginschool.com/shop/p/41-club and there’s an article in the Newsletter about it. 

Club Contacts please note that this is being sent to all members by email.

Any members whose preferred method of contact is not ’email’ or do not have a valid email address registered in CAS will not receive this, so we leave it to you to inform them. It will also be downloadable from the 41 Club national website. 

Yours in Continued Friendship
Don Mullane
National Communications and IT Officer
The Association of Ex-Round Tablers’ Clubs (41 Club)

Note: as discussed at the February 2020 meeting, if you would like to receive email updates directly to your inbox for all articles as soon as they appear on the Scarborough 41 Club website, please subscribe to the site. The subscription box is on the upper right of every page, just below the Search. Techy hint: check your spam inbox if you don’t see the subscription email immediately.

41 Club National: October 2020 Newsletter

Date: 31/10/2020

Dear Member
Please find attached the 41 Club Newsletter for October. Please note that this is being sent to all members by email. Any members whose preferred method of contact is not ’email’ or who do not have a valid email address registered in CAS will not receive this. (Please inform Mike if you would like to receive it from National in this way – Ed.) 

Yours in Continued Friendship

Don Mullane
National Communications and IT Officer
The Association of Ex-Round Tablers’ Clubs (41 Club)

Note: as discussed at the February 2020 meeting, if you would like to receive email updates directly to your inbox for all articles as soon as they appear on the Scarborough 41 Club website, please subscribe to the site. The subscription box is on the upper right of every page, just below the Search. Techy hint: check your spam inbox if you don’t see the subscription email immediately.

41 Club – Region 6 Newsletter, October 2020

Date: 19/10/2020  
Dear Member,
I trust you are all safe and well.   Please find the very short Region 6 quarterly newsletter attached.   I hope we will be able to meet face to face again soon but in the meantime stay safe.  
Yours in Continued Friendship,
Wynn Parry
National Councillor – Region 6
The Association of Ex-Round Tablers’ Clubs (41 Club)

Note: as discussed at the February 2020 meeting, if you would like to receive email updates directly to your inbox for all articles as soon as they appear on the Scarborough 41 Club website, please subscribe to the site. The subscription box is on the upper right of every page, just below the Search. Techy hint: check your spam inbox if you don’t see the subscription email immediately.

41 Club National: September 2020 Newsletter

Please find attached the 41 Club Newsletter for September 2020.

It looks like just the National Magazine that is now password protected so we’ll be able to carry the monthly newsletter here as usual.

Note: as discussed at the February 2020 meeting, if you would like to receive email updates directly to your inbox for all articles as soon as they appear on the Scarborough 41 Club website, please subscribe to the site. The subscription box is on the upper right of every page, just below the Search. Techy hint: check your spam inbox if you don’t see the subscription email immediately.

41 Club National: August 2020 Newsletter

The 41 Club monthly Newsletter has been sent out by email, and the link is as follows:

41 Club Newsletter for August, for the online version.

However, you do now need a password which has also been emailed to all members. If you haven’t got your email please contact the Club Secretary for help.

Because the newsletters are now passworded for members only, we won’t be posting the links here for future editions.

Note: as discussed at the February 2020 meeting, if you would like to receive email updates directly to your inbox for all articles as soon as they appear on the Scarborough 41 Club website, please subscribe to the site. The subscription box is on the upper right of every page, just below the Search. Techy hint: check your spam inbox if you don’t see the subscription email immediately.

41 Club National: July 2020 Newsletter

Dear Member,

Please find below a link to the on-line version of the 41 Club Newsletter for July: https://www.41club.org/files/2020-07-29/00001-41-Club-Newsletter-July-20201595014937.pdf.

[An email has been sent to all members that also includes a downloadable PDF version – Ed]

I hope you find the newsletter, in a new format, enjoyable and would appreciate your feedback. All praise goes to my Comms Team, especially Wynn and Mark for this newsletter, any failures in it are mine to own – I have broad shoulders.

Keep safe.

Yours in continued friendship

Don Mullane
41 Club National Communications and IT Officer

Note: as discussed at the February 2020 meeting, if you would like to receive email updates directly to your inbox for all articles as soon as they appear on the Scarborough 41 Club website, please subscribe to the site. The subscription box is on the upper right of every page, just below the Search. Techy hint: check your spam inbox if you don’t see the subscription email immediately.

41 Club Region 6 Magazine July 2020

Good Morning Gents,

I trust this email finds you safe and well.

Please follow the link below to access the latest version of the Region 6 newsletter:
http://41club.org/files/2020-07-28/0000000001—Region-6-June-2020-Newsletter1594313485.pdf

Yours in Continued Friendship
Wynn Parry
National Councillor Region 6 Yorkshire

Note: as discussed at the February 2020 meeting, if you would like to receive email updates directly to your inbox for all articles as soon as they appear on the Scarborough 41 Club website, please subscribe to the site. The subscription box is on the upper right of every page, just below the Search. Techy hint: check your spam inbox if you don’t see the subscription email immediately.

41 Club National: join former Intelligence Officer Tim Bradshaw on Zoom on Thursday, 9 July 2020

A reminder to join 41 Club on Zoom this Thursday, 9 July, at 7:00pm for an exclusive talk with Tim Bradshaw.

Tim is a former Covert Human Intelligence Officer who has served on a number of operational tours of duty including two tours of Afghanistan.

In 2015 he found himself, whilst trying to climb Mount Everest, in the middle of the largest earth quake to hit the Tibetan and Nepalese regions. Now a Director of Sandstone Communications he heads up a team of specialist consultants and trainers who focus on Leadership and Business Development. During this session he will talk openly about building resilience, staying focused and his battle with depression and anxiety #becauseican

In 2023 Tim will be attempting to take on the toughest rally in the world – The Dakar.

He will race a motorcycle for 12000km unto 14 hours a day across the empty quarter in Saudi Arabia. In doing so he will be carrying the message that it is ok to ask for help … In this session he will give you an outline of the project ahead and invite you to join him on the journey …

(Please note that this will be the last of the weekly 41 Club National Zoom Meetings for a few weeks.)

Yours in Continued Friendship,

Don Mullane
41 Club National Communications and IT Officer

NB All members of 41 Club are emailed the meeting ID and password. If you haven’t received yours, please contact Mike, our Club Secretary, as you may not be correctly logged onto the 41 Club system.

Note: as discussed at the February 2020 meeting, if you would like to receive email updates directly to your inbox for all articles as soon as they appear on the Scarborough 41 Club website, please subscribe to the site. The subscription box is on the upper right of every page, just below the Search. Techy hint: check your spam inbox if you don’t see the subscription email immediately.

41 Club National: join National President Peter talk with actor Dean Andrews

Just a reminder to join us on Zoom today (Thursday, 2 July 2020) at 7:00pm for an exclusive talk with the actor Dean Andrews (who amongst many other roles (United and Last Tango in Halifax, to name but two) played DS Ray Carling in Life on Mars and its sequel Ashes to Ashes.

(Editors note: The meeting ID and password has been sent to all members. If you have not received it please check with Club Secretary Mike as you may not be logged onto the 41 Club national system correctly.)

Unfortunately the host of the last Zoom talk had to disconnect 3 members from the talk because they were disrupting the talk for everyone else and were being disrespectful to the guest speakers, so here’s a reminder of etiquette for these Zoom talks:

  • Please keep your microphone on mute unless invited by the host to un-mute and speak.
  • Use the chat function to ask a question or to advise the host that you want to ask a question.
  • Please do not take umbrage if the host mutes you (you should be muting yourself) – he is doing so for the benefit of all the other listeners.

Following the above simple conference meeting etiquette should make the talk more attractive and enjoyable for everyone.

The talk will also be live streamed on Facebook on the 41 Club Members Forum, and a recording will be subsequently uploaded in due course to the 41 Club YouTube Channel where you can also see previous recordings https://tinyurl.com/41clubyoutube

Yours in Continued Friendship
Don Mullane
41 Club National Communications and IT Officer
The Association of Ex-Round Tablers’ Clubs (41 Club)

Note: as discussed at the February 2020 meeting, if you would like to receive email updates directly to your inbox for all articles as soon as they appear on the Scarborough 41 Club website, please subscribe to the site. The subscription box is on the upper right of every page, just below the Search. Techy hint: check your spam inbox if you don’t see the subscription email immediately.