Whilst the Club has four key events a year; the Burns Supper, Summer Ball, the Caledonian Lecture and St Andrew’s Day Dinner, there are a host of other events from ceilidhs to dinners for new Members. These provide Members with an opportunity to entertain friends and colleagues and meet with other Members.
A major factor in the Club’s life are the Societies. Whether it’s bridge, golfing, shooting & fishing, snooker, horse racing or music, the Societies bring together Members who share common interests.
The Racing Society currently has one horse in training; Members are invited to visit the stables and take advantage of Owners’ and Trainers’ facilities on race days.
The Number 9 Society invites well-known speakers to address Members over lunch on the second Tuesday of the month. Speakers have ranged from politicians to sporting heroes and industry leaders. They are informative but relaxed; operated under the Chatham House Rule, they provide a unique insight into topics of the day.
The Younger Members Society covers the spectrum of events within the Club and even further afield as part of the Younger Members’ Inter-Club Group.