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BUXTON Round Table is looking forward to welcoming new members as people look to make changes to their lives in 2013.

As the tinsel and trees come down, blokes across the UK start looking to their plans for the New Year, and an increasing amount of men want to join their local Round Table.

Whether it’s finding a better social life, improved health and fitness, or the feel-good factor of helping the local community, Round Table provides the perfect opportunity for men in Buxton to make a resolution they will want to keep.

Jason Thomson, of the Round Table, said: “For many guys, the new year provides an opportunity to look at life and make some changes. We know to expect a busy time for our clubs, welcoming local men who want to make a difference to their life and the lives of others.

“Round Table is always open to new members and it’s interesting that we tick more than a few boxes for those looking to keep this year’s resolution. The secret to a good resolution includes; be specific, be realistic, and make it fun and rewarding – something I can guarantee they’ll get out of Round Table.”

To make it easier for men to find out more about getting involved with their local Table, the organisation has a dedicated new members’ contact to help with the process at join@roundtable.org.uk.

Jason added: “Round Table is all about providing a fun and relaxed environment where men from all walks of life can get involved in a huge range of team activities, boost their skills and help their local community. We’re welcoming anyone who’s interested to go along to their local Table, try it for free, and see what it’s all about.”

To find out more about Buxton Round Table, including how to join, email join@roundtable.org.uk or visit www.roundtable.co.uk/findoutmore.

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