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A warm welcome to St Marylebone Rotary Club

A warm welcome to St Marylebone Rotary Club

 



 

President Dr Peter Marshall

 

Our Club now holds its weekly Thursday lunchtime meetings in the Oriental Club situated opposite Bond Street Tube Station in Stratford Place, a cul de sac off Oxford Street. We meet each Thursday at 12.30 for 1.00. (WC1 1ES) But please note there will be no meeting on 25 August.

 
                
 
                       
 
The Oriental Club, dating from almost 200 years ago, is an iconic Central London focal point for visitors from around the world. The historic building was originally built in 1770 as The Lord Mayor's Banqueting Hall. Modifications were made over succeeding years to make it suitable for a Gentlemen's Club but in recent years it has opened to both ladies and gentlemen.
 
 
Today, it appears as a city mansion with wonderful wooden panelled walls, a magnificent staircase, historic portraits of members, including The Duke of Wellington, the founder of the Club.

The several dining rooms are overseen by a Michelin star chef.

Our Rotary Club looks forward to meeting you in this splendid building.

 Please note that the Oriental Club requires all male members and visitors to wear jackets and ties at lunch and jeans should not be worn.

 

Telephone: 020 7629 5126         http://www.orientalclub.org.uk

  or more contact details see Contacts) 

                    Presidential Theme 2016-17

 

   All members aim to achieve Rotary's motto of "Service before Self".

We are non-political and non-sectarian and welcome members of all religious faiths and none

 The Club's prime target for the year will be to increase its membership to become more active in the local Marylebone community that will allow us to raise more funds more easily for our projects.


   

Our Facebook Page is https://www.facebook.com/RotaryStMarylebone


 
                          

 

All Rotarians and their partners are most welcome to visit the Club and enjoy our fellowship.


Each week the programme varies and often includes speakers on subjects of general interest and/or Rotary affairs.

This website includes:

A brief introduction to our club with a link some new pictures.

Excerpts of articles found in our Weekly Club Bulletins, grouped into a monthly on-line newsletter.  In addition, there is a list of speakers attending our forthcoming luncheons, as well as other Rotary activities.

Contact details.


Some links to other sites that may be of interest to you

 

 

 

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