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A Comprehensive History of Toastmasters in Great Britain and Ireland

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Written by Ted Corcoran, Past International President, District 71 is proud to launch this wonderful reflection of 50 years of Toastmasters in Great Britain and Ireland. It was released in June 2022 to coincide with the District’s 50th Anniversary and is beautifully presented in a glossy paper back

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Written by Ted Corcoran, Past International President, District 71 is proud to launch this wonderful reflection of 50 years of Toastmasters in Great Britain and Ireland. It was released in June 2022 to coincide with the District’s 50th Anniversary and is beautifully presented in a glossy paper back. A 109 page read, measuring 21cm by 29cm, this book is a very useful reference document and a wonderful addition to your library.

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Elizabeth Jordan
Elizabeth Jordan, DTM, Club Growth Director

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. This incentive rewards clubs which renew 80% or more of their membership base at 30th June 2021. Having a good base of experienced members is important to offer mentoring to new members and stability to the club. 

It’s a good idea to follow up with members who do not renew to help club officers to understand the reason for not renewing and to extend an invite to rejoin at a future stage. They may be happy to stay on the club’s email list with this in mind.

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, DTM, Club Growth Director

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.