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Lots of people dread the idea of making a speech; it could be at a wedding, giving a vote of thanks, a presentation at work, or job interview. The main reason for this is a lack of self confidence; they are not used to it and there are no rehearsals.

A speakers Club is one of the few places where this problem can be addressed; members speak in front of others, receiving advice and encouragement in an informal and friendly atmosphere.


How the Club can Help

Speak with confidence

Boost communication skills

Improve interview technique

Further your speaking career

Overcome nerves

Social events


The club does not guarantee to turn members into great orators (although some manage it) but generally after a few months they will have the self confidence to give a good account of themselves.This can help job promotion prospects. For members of professional associations attendance at our meetings can often be classified as Continuing Professional Development (CPD).

At our meetings we get used to an audience, it almost becomes second nature and when we speak in public, outside the confines of the club environment, we are not fazed. Thinking of joining? Please browse our site to find out more about the club and don’t be afraid to get in touch! Learning how to speak confidently in front of others is a skill which can improve your life in many ways.

We welcome new members with open arms. Please head over to our contact us page and get in touch.


Our evenings are educational, interesting and enjoyable; in fact some members join mainly for the enjoyment they get from the meetings and for the social aspect. During the Summer months May to August we continue to meet once a month which keeps the members practising and in touch.

Attendance at our meetings has also helped those who have speech difficulties such as a stammer and we even managed to help a member with cerebral palsy.

Learn to love public speaking