RCS Bath Annual Lunch – Celebrating the Commonwealth Year of Youth

Date(s) - 09 January, 2024
12:15 pm - 2:15 pm

Bath and County Club


Tuesday 9th January 2024 at 12:15pm

Bath and County Club

Reception followed by Lunch

Address by the Constable of the Tower of London

General Sir Gordon Messenger KCB DSO*OBE DL

Dress: Lounge Suit/Day Dress

RSVP godfrey@godfreyhall.uk


The Commonwealth Year of Youth Annual Lunch

The Royal Commonwealth Bath and District Branch cordially invite you to their inaugural Annual Lunch at the Bath and County Club on Tuesday 9th January 2024.

The speaker for this event will be General Sir Gordon Messenger KCB DSO* OBE DL, the Constable of the Tower of London.

The vision of our society is to promote the values and best traditions of the Commonwealth and its people, and to foster unity of thought and action.

We aim to create awareness and explore how the modern Commonwealth, with its network of fifty-six member countries upholds the values of democracy, sustainable development, and the protection of the environment.

Our bursary scheme for Commonwealth students studying in Bath is supported by the Colonel Corner Trust Fund. Students awarded a bursary are also invited to take part in the Society’s events and activities.

We seek to reach out to the wider community to raise the profile of the Society and to apprise local people of the work of the Society in Bath through school projects like the Art Prize and the ‘Heroes of the Commonwealth’ Remembrance Day Service at Bath Abbey.

RSVP godfrey@godfreyhall.uk at your earliest convenience noting any dietary requirements.

Tickets: £55

Bank transfer: account number 00235334, sort code 56-00-34, reference Annlunch and surname

Cheques: addressed to RCS Bath, 54 First Avenue, Bath, BA2 3NW made payable to Royal Commonwealth Society, Bath and District Branch

Payment due: 10th December 2023. RSVP early to avoid disappointment.

The Bath and County Club is situated in the centre of Bath and is close to many iconic buildings including the Roman Baths, the Pump Rooms, and Bath Abbey.