Five Clubs, One Vision

In 2006 Ladies’ Circle International & Round Table International signed a Memorandum of Understanding between the two clubs to encourage a closer relationship whilst assisting each other, the Side by Side agreement.

At the International Annual General Meeting in 2010 it was agreed to recognize and respect this Memorandum of Understanding and the ongoing cooperation between the two organisations by adding item 4 in the Aims and Objectives – To promote, co-ordinate & develop working relationships with Round Table International, Tangent Club International, Agora Club International and Club 41 International wherever possible.

Agora Club International

Agora Club International is a trendy and vibrant Club, which is home to former Ladies’ Circle members, but also welcomes interested women from diverse horizons sharing the same values. Members of Agora Club International are women who love to participate in interesting social and cultural activities on local, national and international level.

Tangent Club International

In Tangent Club International, we wish to pursue the best we gained from Ladies’ Circle International – friendship, unity and the LC-spirit. Tangent Club is a natural extension to Ladies’ Circle, so the friendships and networks established at Ladies’ Circle can be maintained, when the upper age limit of Ladies’ Circle is reached.

Round Table International

Round Table International bring young men aged between 18 and 40 (or 18 and 45) together, to challenge, inspire and learn from each other.
We share ideas openly with trust, and empower each individual to make a positive impact at home, work and in his community. We call it Tabling and we do this locally where we meet regularly. We plan and organize meetings and events for ourselves and others that focus on personal development, fun & fellowship and community service. Together we form an international network of bright young men.

Club 41 International

Club 41 International is an organisation which further develops the friendship and comradeship which the members enjoyed when they were members of Round Table. 41 Clubs, which are clubs for former members of Round Table (‘Ex-Tablers’ or ‘Old Tablers’), started to be formed in the early 1940s and Club 41 International was formed in 1975.

Club 41 International members manage 7 international Youth exchange programs annually for their children. The YAP (Young ambassadors’ Program) to let them discover what Round Table is about and encourage them to join a club locally.