Toastmasters International

UK and Ireland, District 71

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United Kingdom and Ireland Toastmasters, District 71

Is your Club, Area or Division hosting a special event that you’d like to shout about? If so, complete the form below so that we can consider including it on the District website.

To improve the chance of your event being included, please follow these guidelines:

Event Types

  • Only submit special events that will be of interest to the wider community of Toastmasters and other visitors to the District website. For example, club open nights, special celebrations, training sessions and workshops
  • Clubs should not submit their regularly-scheduled club meetings or club-level speech contests
  • Areas and Divisions should submit the details of speech contests, club officer training sessions and workshops
  • Include the name of your club, area or division in the event description
  • Ensure that you select the correct category for your event

Event descriptions

  • Ensure that your event has a clear title that will help people to find it
  • Provide enough detail that readers will understand what they will gain by attending
  • If you upload any images, please ensure that the file name includes the name and date of the event
  • Images must have a maximum size of 700 x 700
  • If this is an online event, provide the URL (link) for people to attend or register. Please double-check that this link works before submitting the form

Your Details

Event Name

The event name. Example: Birthday party


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Event starts at to All day

This event spans every day between the beginning and end date, with start/end times applying to each day.



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Event Image

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Please submit the details at least 7 days in advance of the event date to allow time for it to be reviewed.

The District website team will review each event submission and (at their sole discretion) choose whether to include it. Your submission may be edited to improve clarity and consistency with other elements of the District website.

Brenda Lannon

Brenda Lannon, Program Quality Director

It is important for all committee members in a club to understand what it is the other members are trying to achieve, why they are doing it and how they can support each other.

This incentive supports the District’s success plan by providing clubs with a better chance of achieving their goals under the Distinguished Club Program (DCP).

Elizabeth Jordan

Elizabeth Jordan, Club Growth Director

Every organisation needs growth to survive. In any one year some clubs will not renew and many more will start up. Toastmasters works! Let’s give everyone the opportunity to have a club within walking distance from their home and Organisations the opportunity to have a Toastmasters Club in their workplace.

James Finnegan

James Finnegan, Public Relations Manager

Good PR attracts new guests, invites discussion and improves the reputation of the Club and Toastmasters generally.

Elizabeth Jordan

Elizabeth Jordan, Club Growth Director

Many clubs experience a loss in membership at September renewals as existing members leave the club for lots of different reasons. Recruiting in the early months helps to maintain the membership based upon the number of members at 30 June.

Maintaining a healthy membership number (25+) gives the club a much better opportunity to hold quality meetings with enough members to avoid double roles. Quality club meetings attract new members. Healthy club growth is an important part of Club Success.