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Existing members

A warm welcome is always extended to members of other circles who wish to visit. To book in, e-mail the Dining Secretary at: dining@exetercatenians.org.uk

or telephone 07810 264267

The deadline is the Wednesday prior to the Monday meeting.

What is the Catenian Association?

The Catenian Association consists of a group of Catholic gentlemen who meet socially once a month for the free exchange of views, and to help and encourage one another and their families in their social, professional and business lives. It was founded in Manchester in 1908 and now has 10,500 members throughout the UK and overseas in Australia, Africa, Malta, Hong Kong and Ireland.

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Topsham Road,Exeter. EX2 7AE

Telephone 01392 874139

Exeter Golf and Country Club

Driving from the Countess Wear roundabout towards Topsham the turning is on the left hand side just beyond the second island in the centre of the road.


For existing members and gentlemen interested in finding out more about the Catenians.

The Exeter Circle of Catenians meet on the second Monday of each month except in December and February. Meetings commence at 18.45 followed by dinner.

Venue:  Exeter Golf & Country Club, Topsham Road, Countess Wear, Exeter. EX2 7AE

The dress code is jacket and tie except for Charter Night, when it is Dinner Jacket and tie.

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Neighbouring Circles & Groups



Duchy Circle

1st Thursday in the month

Torbay Circle

2nd Thursday in the month

Plymouth Circle

3rd Thursday in the month

West Somerset Circle

4th Monday in the month

Axminster Circle

3rd Thursday in the month

North Devon Circle

4th Thursday in the month

South Hams Circle

3rd Monday in the month

West Cornwall Group

2nd Friday in the month

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