Shirley Late Knights AKA Shirley 41 Club

About Shirley Late Knights

Chairman : Bruce Bragg Secretary : Tim Brown Treasurer : Tony Silman

About us

Shirley Late Knights is the registered name for Shirley 41 Club, and we meet regularly every first Thursday of the month. Our main meeting place is the St. John's Hotel in Solihull. Our club was formed in about 1960 by those members of Shirley Round Table who had already had to "move on" due to the age rule. Shirley Round Table itself had only formed in 1955 but by now was a thriving organisation. The 41'ers applied for affiliation to the 41 Club Organisation and this was granted on 24th April 1961. From then on the members have maintained a strong Club and forged an extremely good relationship with Shirley Round Table, and all members are (mostly!!) welcome at any of their meetings. There is usually the odd bit of helpful encouragement at their business meetings, often revolving around the phrase "it wasn't like this in MY day!"

Who are we?

We are a Club with about 40 odd (very odd!) members who meet regularly once a month for speaker meetings, the occasional devious quiz, discussions, outside meetings, barbeques in the summer, and generally trying to keep Shirley Round Table in order.
Shirley Late Knights AKA Shirley 41 Club

About Shirley Late Knights

Chairman : Bruce Bragg Secretary : Tim Brown Treasurer : Tony Silman

About us

Shirley Late Knights is the registered name for Shirley 41 Club, and we meet regularly every first Thursday of the month. Our main meeting place is the St. John's Hotel in Solihull. Our club was formed in about 1960 by those members of Shirley Round Table who had already had to "move on" due to the age rule. Shirley Round Table itself had only formed in 1955 but by now was a thriving organisation. The 41'ers applied for affiliation to the 41 Club Organisation and this was granted on 24th April 1961. From then on the members have maintained a strong Club and forged an extremely good relationship with Shirley Round Table, and all members are (mostly!!) welcome at any of their meetings. There is usually the odd bit of helpful encouragement at their business meetings, often revolving around the phrase "it wasn't like this in MY day!"

Who are we?

We are a Club with about 40 odd (very odd!) members who meet regularly once a month for speaker meetings, the occasional devious quiz, discussions, outside meetings, barbeques in the summer, and generally trying to keep Shirley Round Table in order.