At the heart of Salisbury
Salisbury Speakers is a nonprofit public speaking club, part of the Toastmasters International organisation. Develop your speaking skills and self confidence in a friendly and supportive group with members of all abilities who will help you with proven techniques and positive support to develop your skills and build your confidence.
In an increasingly online world more and more people are used to communicating by email, text and social media, rather than face-to-face. Speaking to large or small groups, or even one to one, can be a stressful experience. We can help you overcome those fears and start to enjoy speaking. Plus you’ll meet a great range of fellow members, and have the chance to develop management and leadership skills too.
Whether your problem is a complete lack of confidence or you just the feeling that you could improve your existing skills with a bit of friendly support, we’ll help you succeed and transform your public speaking into an enjoyable and successful experience.
Salisbury Speakers is affiliated to Toastmasters International and is part of District 91 (UK South).
Helping To Develop Your Speaking Skills
Whether you are a petrified beginner or a more experienced speaker who wants to improve their technique, Salisbury Speakers is a friendly and supportive group of speakers of all levels of ability who meet twice a month to develop their public speaking skills.
And Your Leadership Skills Too
Part Of A Larger Network Around The World
About Toastmasters International
Toastmasters International has more than 350,000 members in more than 16,400 clubs across 141 countries. Founded in 1924, Toastmasters has helped people of all backgrounds become more confident in front of an audience.
Members of Salisbury Speakers benefit from Toastmasters learning material and can visit other Toastmasters Clubs anywhere in the world or participate in regional competitions.
Toastmasters is a non-profit educational organization that teaches public speaking and leadership skills through a worldwide network of clubs.
Meetings are held on first and third Mondays of every month in the upstairs meeting room of The Pheasant Inn, 19 Salt Lane, Salisbury SP1 1DT at 7:15pm
We will be meeting at The Conservation Museum, Idmiston, Salisbury SP4 0JQ for this meeting only. Access from 19:00 onwards.
‘Oooo It’s Chocolate Time’ was our theme. And yes, there was chocolate at this last meeting before Easter. At the warm-up we heard how many meanings we all find in Easter: from gambolling to roasted lambs and Christian to pagan rituals. And chocolate of course. Tonight an icebreaker was our winning speech. The speaker recommended […]
Having just completed my Level 2 of the Presentation Mastery Pathway I feel marginally qualified to inform about my experience of Pathways and (this) our Salisbury Speakers club Website which our publicity member has done a polished job of creating (she is a polished lady). I’ll take you through each of the pages on the […]
"Salisbury Speakers has given me an opportunity to develop my public speaking skills in a warm and friendly environment. There is a great mix of experience among the group, from long standing members who offer feedback freely, to newbies like myself. As with all skills, speaking requires practice and training and Salisbury Speakers provides an opportunity to do both. On top of this, you will receive constructive feedback from experienced speakers enabling you to eliminate the umms and ahhs, pacing and over excited hand movements that new speakers often suffer from. My confidence has already soared."