The National Association of Toastmasters
Here you will find information regarding the services of a Toastmaster or Master of Ceremonies, the concept and ideals of the Association and a directory of toastmaster members from whom to choose for your event or occasion.
Please browse through this web site where you will find a great deal of information about the NAT, its members and their services. If you are looking for a toastmaster please browse our directory of members to find a Toastmaster near you. Feel free to contact any member via their own page within this site. If you are considering membership or training as a toastmaster please see our 'Join and Train' page.
If you have any queries regarding the NAT, toastmastering or would like to apply to join the Association please feel free to contact the Hon. Secretary.
Jubilee Royal Luncheon
HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh together with members of the NAT at their Charity Luncheon, November 2002.
NAT Social Weekend
Hogarths Stone Manor Hotel, 3-5 FEB 2017
THE MAGNIFICENT ELEVEN
The President, Vice President, a posse of Past Presidents and Members of the NAT plus outlaws from the Northern Guild of Toastmasters and the Master of Ceremonies Club at the Hoe-Down and Murder Mystery.
There was a wedding at the venue at the same time which had no Toastmaster because they thought Toastmasters were too stuffy - they quickly learnt otherwise!
The unveiling of the NAT owned portrait of the first toastmaster to wear "redtails" to Millennium London Mayfair Hotel.
From left to right
Past President Richard Heywood
Past President Alexander "Pav" Michaels
General Manager of The Millennium Hotel London Mayfair Fabrizio Gaggio
President 2014/15 Ted Prior
NAT Gala Banquet
Drapers’ Hall, Monday 13th April 2015
Pictured from Left to Right
Mrs. Janice Dorn; Life Vice President Barry Dorn; Mrs. Gilliam Thompson; Vice-President Peter Thompson; Alderman & Sheriff Dr. Andrew Parmley; President Ted Prior; Mrs. Diane Prior; Rev. Canon David Parrott; Mrs. Brenda Low; 2nd Vice-President and Toastmaster for the evening Ian Low; Mrs. Shirley Heywood and Immediate Past President, Richard Heywood.