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About the Left Handers Club

Left Handers Club

We started The Left Handers Club back in 1990 in response to requests from customers to produce a newsletter and campaign on behalf of left-handers. Our aims from the beginning were to get more left-handed products made and raise awareness of the issues facing left-handers – particularly left-handed children in school.

Our Newsletters

Our newsletters are sent out once or twice a month and cover a wide range of topics to do with being left-handed including:

  • Latest research and reports on left-handedness
  • Our own surveys and analysis
  • Latest product information and explanations of left-handed items, plus member discounts and offers
  • Highlighting the things left-handers do differently
  • Picking up on language, customs and myths about left-handers

We try our best to entertain members as well as providing useful and interesting information and resources. Use this link to see an index with links to our past newsletters 

Backwards Calendar

Backwards Calendar for left-handers

Left-Handers Club membership is completely free and as a member you will receive our unique “backwards” calendar, with days running right to left – which left-handers often find easier to read .

Member Certificate

You will also get access to a free Membership Certificate which you can personalise with your own name for printing.

Left-Handers Club member certificate
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159 comments on “Join the Club
  1. Jean says:

    After living in a right handed world all my life my husband (a right hander) had a stroke. It affected his right side.

    My stepson and I were both left handed the majority of the implements in the kitchen were left handed – even the kettle had the handle pointing to the left side!

    We discovered that because my husband had already adapted to using most of the items in the kitchen left handed he was able to recover more quickly. That was until I told the physiotherapist that he wasn’t using his right hand and the reason why!

    I first brought something from anything left handed way back when the shop was in Beak St! You could say I’m an old customer…….

  2. Monique Goar says:

    I am just a left handed person in a right hand world..

  3. Priscilla Smith says:

    Love my Left Handers Membership!

  4. Albert Samuel Cromwell says:

    Highly delighted to join this Club. We have been sidelined for too long. Why is it that a left handed person cannot be a chief in Ghana. Did we decide to be left handed?

  5. Teresa Burnett says:

    Thank you so much for doing this. I am a righty but my granddaughter is a lefty I have been beating my head against the wall trying to teach her how to wright. This turned ed a light bulb on for me!

  6. ERIN A. WELCH says:

    I DON’T KNOW IF MY NEWSLETTERS WENT ANYWHERE PLEASE JUST SEND THEM OUT AGAIN I PROBABLY LOOKED OVER SOME WHEN I WAS READING SOME OTHER MAIL AND DIDN’T GET BACK TO THEM. PLEASE TRY AGAIN IN THE USUAL FASHION AND I’LL LET YOU KNOW IF I AM GETTING THEM. SORRY!

  7. Rhonda Clark says:

    Proud To Be Left Handed
    Society fails too often to realize how many left handed people there are in the world. One in every ten people are left handed. Unfortunately we suffer daily with equality of life and the acknowledgment of our existence.
    Left-handed people have been deliberately discriminated and discouraged for centuries. We have been considered witches, demons of the devil, unlucky, malicious, dishonest and clumsy. We have been forced to use the right hand in every form of daily life. We are not stupid or clumsy we fight with right handed equipment everyday. Tie your right hand behind your back and do all tasks with you left hand for 25 minute see if you feel the awkwardness.
    As a left handed person I never spoke out about the indifference until the last few years. Most left handers choose not to elaborate on short comings. It is time for acceptance. If it were any other minority this would not even be an issue. Show awareness and compassion to those you know who are left handed.

  8. Ankit Kumar says:

    Myself Ankit from India. I always fascinated by lefty don’t know why. I was righty jus 1 and half yr past. But now I’m lefty after strugglin with my left hand to train my hand for 1 n half year.
    But finally I learnt n I’m proud to be lefty.

  9. Amanda says:

    I’m a left handed adult, who has struggled for 40 years with right handed stationary. Etc it would be great to find items that can help me. As a kid I had left handed knife and scissors. But nothing since as the shop we got them for. Closed. It’s great to find you online.

  10. Sarah says:

    My mum and son are the only lefties in our entire family,. This is all new to me!.

  11. Suzanne Moran says:

    Love, love it! It’s about time we are recognized!

  12. OLUSHOLA ADERONKE ODUNEYE says:

    Happy to be here.

  13. Suzie gallagher says:

    I am the only lefty in the family. No grandparents or great grandparents, no aunts or uncles, no mum or dad, no brothers or sisters. I have 3 children of my own and again no lefties among them.

  14. Linda Payne says:

    I’m left handed and my one older brother was lefty. There were 3 kids, so 2 out of three is not bad.

  15. Lakota Arnell says:

    I am 1 of 8 and the only lefty out of my siblings but my step dad who raised me since I was a baby is also a lefty.

  16. Jodi Jacobson says:

    This is so cool!

  17. David Tedder says:

    struggling with phones and computers all right hand bias,calendar easy, touch keypad I would read 147 258 369

  18. Stephen Magothe says:

    Am left handed and proud.

  19. Shiva Dhakal says:

    I’m from Nepal and left hander too. Wish to be the member of the club

  20. Christine says:

    I was the only left-hand person of mu siblings. My grand-father was left-handed & my hrand-daughter is keft-handed! #ImSoProud

  21. John Ondoma says:

    Wow, I am so excited to join the Left Handers Club

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