Distinguished headteacher to address Probus Club

By Farnham Herald in Local People

THE next meeting of The Probus Club of Farnham will be held on Tuesday, May 23, at The Farnham House Hotel, commencing with a talk by guest speaker, Sir Andrew Carter prior to luncheon.

Sir Andrew is executive headteacher of South Farnham School Educational Trust and his talk concerns ‘Education in Farnham and the National Perspective’.

And more specifically – the scope, size and impact upon the local economy; the impact schools have in terms of attracting families to Farnham; the high quality of the schools and its influence on national initiatives; the crucial role of community involvement in schools; and the need to explore how families, local businesses and community leaders can focus on maintaining our great Farnham schools.

The Probus Club of Farnham was founded in 1969 as a luncheon club for men of retirement age from professional and business backgrounds. Meetings are held monthly at The Farnham House Hotel, and often have an informal talk by a member or as with this month, by an outside speaker.

Should membership be of interest to others, contact honorary secretary, Maxwell Hubbard at maxwellhubbard2@yahoo.co.uk.

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