Join the club: why it makes sense to bring people together

Nowadays, women want to take a break from their busy lives and do something they enjoy. One way they are doing this is by joining clubs in their cities. There are a wide variety of clubs in London that you can join, such as the Reform Club. Read on to find out why joining clubs are important and how they can benefit you.

Key Takeaways:

  • Now women go to clubs to get away from whatever needs doing at home – and I don’t mean just the one or two meant for women alone
  • There’s an array of boltholes for people – men and women – according to their interests.
  • The English-Speaking Union always houses the meetings of my book club – and sports any number of lectures and debates of overseas concerns.

“The English-Speaking Union always houses the meetings of my book club – and sports any number of lectures and debates of overseas concerns.”

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2017/jan/29/join-the-club-why-it-makes-sense-to-bring-people-together-katharine-whitehorn

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