President Vice President Hon Secretary Hon Treasurer
Stephen Rodgers George Brady Frank Cruickshank Gil Harrison
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Probus Club of Allander held their first meeting in January 1982, attended by a number of retired and semi-retired professional and business men with the intention of providing a regular meeting point and an opportunity of maintaining social contact with others of similar circumstances. We now have an active membership of 95 and 4 retained members who are not able to attend our meetings. They are frequently visited by our welfare officers who also deliver the Probus Magazine and Bulletin.

We are located six miles north of Glasgow, drawing our membership from the small towns of Milngavie and Bearsden and nearby villages.

On the second and fourth Thursdays of each month from September to April, we meet in the Lesser Town Hall, Milngavie at 2:15 p.m. when we are addressesd by a visiting speaker. On all other Thursdays throughout the year we meet at the West Highland Gate Inn in Milngavie at 9:45 a.m. for coffee and to sort out the problems of the world. Probus members visiting the area are always welcome at all our meetings.

[Coat of arms of the old Burgh of Milngavie,
              based on that of the Earls of Lennox
              and showing the mill wheel above and
              motto 'Salubritas et Industria']

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[Coat of arms of old Burgh of Bearsden, 
              received a grant of arms from 
              the Lord Lyon, King of Arms. 
              The motto is 'Bear the Gree']

Milngavie Coat of Arms  

  

Bearsden Coat of Arms

We are located in an historic area from the Roman period
with many archeological remains
.


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Also our location is at the start of the "West Highland Way"
which is an interesting walk from Milngavie to Fort William.


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We are close to the Loch Lomond National Park which includes the Trossachs.

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