Its AGM (Beer) Time!

Calling all Tablers, partners, wives and Ladies Circles. Friday 21st April marks the start of the National AGM weekend. A time to get together, party and move forwards.

The event is being held at the Trailways hotel, centrally located, rooms are booking out fast.

To keep better track of who’s coming, please register and pay for the AGM as soon as possible here:

For more information, take a look here:

To encourage attendance from our furthest clubs – that’s Auckland and Gore, the executive have agreed a small reimbursement to help with travel costs.


Icing on the Cake.

Founding member Peter Davies and current President Evan Mitchell, cut into the 50 years of Round Table Mosgiel 24’s commemorative cake on a special night. Guest speaker Dick Tayler had the in the palm of his hand with stories of sport and humour. He is  known for producing the most famous moment of the 1974 Commonwealth Games, the New Zealand 10,000-metres runner electrified the stadium with his victory over David Black.

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Peter Davies and Evan Mitchell

The amazing celebration cake.

Mosgiel’s Big 50

50 Years!

Mosgiel Round Table has been in the community for 50 years! If you have been involved with the Mosgiel Round Table over the past 50 years, and want to reminisce and share stories about the people, the fun and the projects, then please contact Wayne McFarlane on 027 431 1599 to find out more.

A weekend of events and celebrations are on the weekend of 16th / 17th April in Mosgiel

2016 National AGM – GORE

The 2016 Round Table Annual General Meeting is upon us. It is to be held the 27th to 29th of May in Gore. This communication is to gauge interest and possible numbers for attendance and for accommodation. Allowing us to provide the best possible experience for members and there partners. Please ask around your club for interest and respond to; Allan Paterson 0273028771 Kind Regards, Trent Johnstone Round Table National Secretary and Gore President.

Tauranga Splash the Cash!


Round Table Tauranga have made the news with this fantastic offer of assistance to support the Omokoroa to Tauranga cycleway.

“We feel this is a project that will make a significant contribution to our community by promoting family, healthy lifestyles, tourism and economic growth,” club president Phil Hunt states.

The full article can be read here.