Promoting Awareness of the Commonwealth

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We spread knowledge about the Commonwealth and foster respect between its peoples, through:

Supporting Students in Education and Research

Supporting awareness of the Commonwealth through social activities

Support for Commonwealth Projects


The Royal Commonwealth Society Bath and District Branch

Who are we?

We are an educational charity that operates in and around Bath to promote knowledge, understanding and collaboration between people of the Commonwealth. The Commonwealth is a voluntary association of 56 equal countries that work together for prosperity, democracy and peace. The society is led by a group of trustees, has many friends and partners in the area, and a small active membership. Our patron is the current Mayor of Bath and our branch president is the Lord Lieutenant of Somerset.



What do we do? 

Through a variety of social events, collaborative projects and sponsorship we promote the values of the Commonwealth. We bring together members of the community including local residents, British and international students and Commonwealth Scholars from the universities to promote the richness and wealth of ideas that can be found in the Commonwealth.



Why do we do it? 

We are dedicated to developing the aspirations of young people in our area and believe we can do this by acting as a catalyst and facilitator through our many nonpolitical social activities. We believe that through promoting inclusivity, diversity and the empowerment of women we can improve relationships between cultures. 

RCS Bath
Annual General Meeting
on June 21st, 2024
anzac day

Remembrance and Commemoration

Anzac Day

on April 21st, 2024
RCS Bath Annual Lunch 2024
Celebrating the Commonwealth Year of Youth
RCS Bath Annual Lunch
on January 9th, 2024

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