We practise what we preach
If you can say what you mean and make your ideas heard
clearly and understood, you have one of the keys to success in every
situation involving people. Ipswich Electrifiers is a group for people
who want to improve their speaking skills. Whether you want to speak
for business or as part of your job, for leisure or social occasions,
our supportive and friendly atmosphere encourages you to "give it a
try". Members come from all age groups and backgrounds. If
you are 18 years old or more you can join us. Come and spend an evening
with us, without obligation or charge. You won't have to give a speech,
and you can join in as much or as little as you wish.
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great benefits to
joining and becoming one of our members.
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An open evening with Ipswich Electrifiers
Comic poet and novelist Mary Hall was the guest speaker at Ipswich Electrifiers Speakers’ Club visitors’ evening on 24th January 2013.
A former member of the club, she has carved out a highly successful career entertaining audiences with her work. Of all the skills she learnt at Toastmasters, the most valuable, she reckons, is keeping to time − and to prove the point, she composed this poem especially for Ipswich Electrifiers.
International Speech and Evaluation ContestThanks to all who competed, judged, and took leadership roles in the club and area contests for best International Speech Evaluating contests. The contest was a great success due to your participation.
|13-April-2013||Division G International Speech and Evaluation Contest
10.00 for 10.30 start
The Cambridge Golf and Conference Centre
|18-April-2013||Club Meeting |
Please make your nominations for next year's committee
|02-May-2013||Club Meeting and AGM|