Events

Members and their guests are welcome to our annual programme of formal and informal events.
In addition to the main Club events, our special interest Sections offer additional activities and meetings.
Flyers giving fuller details of events, with booking slips, are available for Club members via the Members’ Home / Login page.

Please note that all the Club’s events until 6 July have been cancelled due to the pandemic. The listings are shown below for the benefit of those considering joining the Club and interested in the events held in normal circumstances.

Past events for illustration

2020

January

16 Reception at the Turkish Ambassador’s Residence

30 Chinese New Year celebrations, Bright Courtyard Club

February

13 Tour of  BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Hindu Temple and lunch

March

5  Spital Sermon at St Lawrence Jewry and lunch at Ekte

April

7  Cream Tea and magician, at Bakers’ Hall cancelled

17 Breakfast meeting at Guildhall – Islamic finance cancelled

May

5 CityF2F Peter French – Root and Branch Award Winner 2019 cancelled

14 Walk marking the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower, and lunch at the Mayflower Pub cancelled

28 – 1 June President’s holiday, Oberammergau cancelled

June

9 Tour of Forman’s Smokehouse and bagel lunch cancelled

11 Magician, via Zoom

19 City F2F Nigel Bamping: “The Changing City: A Retiring Clerk’s Perspective” postponed

27 Pride in the Livery cancelled

July

6 Civic Dinner, Goldsmiths’ Hall cancelled

23 July City F2F Jo Mabbutt: “The Field of The Cloth of Gold” Going ahead via Zoom

August

3 tour of the Islamic Gardens, Agha Khan Centre, repeat on 13 August if demand requires Status TBC

F2F talk TBC

September

TBC Quiz online

8 lunch and entertainment at Made in Brasil Status TBC

30 Bake-Off online – TBC

October

3 Service with explanation and lunch, West London Synagogue Status TBC

November

4 AGM and Installation Dinner, Drapers’ Hall

December

3 Christmas Lunch, Apothecaries’ Hall

2021

June

17 – 20 President’s Holiday, Lisbon

November

3 AMG and Installation Dinner, Haberdashers’ Hall