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The current subscription is £70 per annum (2024-2025). Members joining mid-year pay a proportion based on the number of complete months before the next AGM.


Burgage Hall is situated in the heart of the oldest part of Ledbury. Burgage Hall, Church Lane, Ledbury HR8 1DW.



Please view and download all the information you need using the links below.

Our Constitution

Our Privacy Notice

Our Safeguarding Policy

Membership Application Form

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The Probus Club of Ledbury is a private club complying with the Equality Act 2010.

The Probus Club of Ledbury 

Welcome to The Probus Club of Ledbury.

We are a non-political non-religious club for retired and semi-retired professionals and businessmen in and around the thriving market town of Ledbury, Herefordshire, and enjoy a membership of over 75 men. We meet every Monday at the Burgage Hall from 10 am to noon to enjoy a talk given by a wide variety of speakers on a huge range of subjects. Some of our talks are open to guests, where this is deemed appropriate.

The first PROBUS Club was formed in 1965 by the Rotary Club of Welwyn Garden City to cater for their increasing number of retired or semi-retired members. In the same way the Probus Club of Ledbury was formed in 1974 (initially under the auspices of the Rotary Club of Ledbury;  it is now independent). To learn more, click here.
Its primary objective is to provide an informal meeting place for retired Professional and Businessmen (hence the title), for their mutual interest and entertainment. It is particularly intended to attract men who wish to make new friendships and find new interests, especially if  recently moved into the district. Here is a list of Probus clubs in the UK.

So, if you are local to Ledbury and are a retired or semi-retired professional or businessman who is looking for intelligent conversation in a friendly, sociable group, why not drop by on a Monday morning and approach someone. You'll be pointed in the right direction and, if you like us, join us! Alternatively, download the Membership Application Form and email  the completed form to our Membership Secretary. Please be sure to read our Constitution, Privacy Notice and Safeguarding Policy first.


After our meetings, some members retreat to local hotels, inns or hostelries where issues of the day are discussed in vivid detail. Here, a group can be seen discussing the meaning of life, the universe and everything, in one of the pubs worth a visit.

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