Whatever your goals in life may be, your success depends on your ability to communicate. Our club is a non-profit organisation that helps its members to improve their public speaking, presentation skills, communication and leadership skills.
At Bromley Speakers Toastmasters club, you will enjoy fellowship with people who all have the same goal: becoming better public speakers and/or better leaders. At each club meeting, you are guaranteed to learn something new!
Everyone is welcome to come along to a meeting as a guest and there is no need to book or give us advance notice. If you want to know more about us beforehand please email or phone the president for more information.
This is the place to overcome your fear of speaking in public and to gain positive leadership skills for use at work or in your business. It is also the perfect place for you to develop skills related to timekeeping, grammar and overall communication skills.
Bromley Speakers is part of Toastmasters International. We meet on the first, third and fifth Thursday of every month at Ripley Arts Centre, Bromley, Kent BR1 2PX . We meet at 7.15pm and the meeting runs until 9.30pm. For details of upcoming meetings, click here.
Some facts and figures about Bromley Speakers
Bromley Speakers was founded in 1992 and some of the awards includes:
- Distinguished Club for 2005-2006 and 2008-2009
- Distinguished Club for 2009-2010 and 2010-2011
- President’s Distinguished Club 2011-2012
- Distinguished Club for 2012-2013
- Select Distinguished Club for 2013-2014 and 2014-2015
- President’s Distinguished Club for 2015-2016 and 2016-17
- President’s Distinguished Club for 2017-18
Our members include a wide cross-section of the community, including students, educators, business people, professionals and retired people.
Our meetings follow the successful programme of Toastmasters International in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere and there’s always lots of laughter and applause. If you have any questions about Bromley Speakers or about Toastmasters International in general, please contact us or visit us on one of our next meetings.