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If you are a retired professional or business man living in the general area of the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, why not consider joining us? To find out more about what we are and what we do, browse through the rest of our web site. New members are welcome - contact us by e-mail for more details.

Currently, the annual subscription is 10 for which you receive the Club Directory & Rules, name badge, and the quarterly newsletter.


What We Offer
Through its elected Committee, the Club organises meetings for lunch on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (those held in May and December are Ladies Lunches where we entertain our partners as well as other guests). These lunch meetings are held at the Glenmore House conveniently situated at No 6 The Crescent, within minutes of central Surbiton and its excellent travel facilities at 12 noon for 1.00pm. and are followed by an after lunch speaker. The normal 3 course lunch currently costs 24-00 per head (including gratuities).

If this interests you then contact our General Secretary below:-

Glenmore House


Glenmore House

Founded in 1971 The Probus Club of Surbiton meet at Glenmore House conveniently situated at No 6 The Crescent, within minutes of central Surbiton and its excellent travel facilities.

Probus is a luncheon club with a difference. Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of every month to enjoy a good meal, companionship and an interesting talk. Speakers cover a wide range of subjects from the worlds of work, sport, the arts, hobbies, to the environment and so on. Weekends away (with partners) usually take place in the spring and autumn and have become very popular.

Membership is open to men who have retired or partly retired and who have worked in a professional or business environment. Further details can be obtained from The General Secretary.


Elizabethan Suite


Glenmore House was constructed in 1840 and is located in the Surbiton conservation area. The building is a fine example of the architectural transition from late Georgian to the early Victorian and was one of the first substantive family homes to be built in Surbiton. Over time it has been extended to include a ballroom, multipurpose rooms, two bars and a 100 capacity car park. Recent improvements include disabled toilets and a lift providing access to all floors.
Since 1920 we have delivered standards of excellence to our patrons who appreciate fine wines, food and service. Originally established as a private club our facilities are now available for booking by non-members. Our friendly and professional staff continue to ensure that every occasion at Glenmore House proves to be memorable.


Postal address for The General Secretary

Colin Palmer - General Secretary

Probus Club of Surbiton    

10 Moresby Avenue, Surbiton, Surrey, KT5 9DS

Telephone -  02083996945

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