41 Club Welfare Survey

As the lockdown restrictions of the past 12 months gradually begin to be relaxed and Clubs cautiously plan in-person meetings once again, it’s important to be aware that not everyone may be comfortable with whatever the ‘new normal’ will be.  Members’ own situations and welfare requirements may vary significantly – one size definitely does not fit all.

Consequently, any approach to supporting our members welfare across the Association needs to reflect what members want.  Hence this survey to ask you what you think is important..

Is our members’ welfare important?  If so, how might we as an Association best support Clubs and members? Please can you spend a few minutes answering the following questions to help the Association help our members.

The deadline for your response is Sunday 20th June – thank you in anticipation.

41 Club Buddyline

Buddyline is a confidential telephone number that any 41 Club members can contact if they feel lonely, isolated or just want a chat?
You can view the page here: Buddyline

Members Welfare

There are many definitions of ‘Welfare’ and the way it can apply to one person may be completely different to another person. ‘Welfare’ can include:

  • Health – our lifestyle choices that affect the functioning of our bodies. What we eat and how active we are will affect our physical welfare

  • Emotional - our ability to cope with everyday life and reflects how we think and feel about ourselves.

  • Social - the extent that we feel a sense of belonging and social inclusion. The way we communicate with others, our relationships, values, beliefs, lifestyles and traditions are all important factors of social wellbeing.

  • Economic - our ability to meet our basic needs and feel a sense of security.


Thank you for your time in completing this brief survey, it is really appreciated. Feedback from the above responses will be consolidated, shared with all members and used to influence future decisions on supporting members.