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Welcome to the official site for the Left-Handers Club, and the 12th annual celebration of left-handers superiority!! All year round, we fit in with home and office layouts designed for right-handers’ comfort – put up with doors, cookers, sinks, computer mice, keyboards and desks that are efficient for right-handers to work at, and hundreds of times every day we contort ourselves using back-to-front tools and gadgets that make us look clumsy and awkward in our efforts to make them to work…

But NOT TODAY! Because on this special day, it is your chance to GET YOUR OWN BACK on your right-handed friends colleagues and family, by designating your personal space as a LEFTY ZONE where everything must be done left-handed! Download our unique Lefty Zone posters for prominent display, plus any others from our selection of FREE LEFT-HANDERS DAY POSTERS, re-arrange the room for your convenience, and settle down to enjoy this site, totally dedicated to YOU!

Presenters Steve and Tony of CBBC Xchange programme, which featured Left-Handers Day on 11th August 2004, with Club Organiser Lauren Milsom and children.

Getting the message across : The media are always hugely supportive of our efforts, and the Left-Handers Club promote the Day in radio, TV and press interviews both in the UK and worldwide. Pictured above are the presenters of Childrens BBC Programme Xchange with LHC Organiser Lauren Milsom, her son Tom and daughter Katie who took part in the show this week. Our website is currently featured on the CBBC website. There are a huge number of local and national reports and articles on the Day, so if you are holding an event you may well get a mention!

Have fun on this website, by joining in with
games and
quizzes
and discover what left-handedness is all about. There are some great prizes to be won, and you can get even with the right-handers in your family by treating yourself to something from the fantastic range of left-handed products available from our sponsors,
Anything Left-Handed – and make them struggle for a change! Don't forget to try our
brainteasers and
MENSA Quiz.

The aims of Left-Handers Day are:-


Our display stand in London's Leicester Square
13 Aug 2002

  • To raise awareness of left-handedness and the challenges caused by living in such a right-handed world.
  • Educate designers and manufacturers to accommodate left-handers’ comfort and safety in new product and building design
  • Celebrate the strengths and advantages left-handers possess, and dispel many of the superstitions and fiction that have surrounded left-handedness in many cultures for hundreds of years, and which still create prejudice today.
  • Provide the greatest possible range of tools and equipment specifically designed for left-handers to use – making everyday tasks easier than left-handers have ever experienced, and making a positive difference to their lives.
  • Promote research into various aspects of left-handedness. This year we publish the results of our 1-year Lifestyle Survey, in which thousands of our members took part to compile a picture of the jobs, activities and hobbies that left-handers tend to choose. Click here to see the fascinating results.

Take a leisurely tour round the site, have fun, and prepare to be amazed at what you find out!

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See the results of our survey on left-handed lifestyles or complete it yourself

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