Welcome To The Norfolk Club
Founded in 1770, The Norfolk Club has always aimed to offer its members and their guests an "Oasis of calm" in the centre of the fine city of Norwich.
The facilities available at The Norfolk Club include a well stocked Bar, Dining Room, guest bedrooms, conference and meeting rooms and leisure facilities such as snooker and squash court.
Breakfast and lunch is available every day except sunday, and morning coffee and pastries or afternoon tea and sandwiches are also available.
The Norfolk Club offers a warm welcome and outstanding service. Enjoy!!
501 Bourke Street
Telephone: 0061 039 9448 888
Fax: 0061 039 9448 844
Conveniently positioned in the heart of the CBD at 501 Bourke Street, Melbourne, the prestigious RACV City Club is a social, leisure and business hub designed to cater for the needs of all members. With 136 spacious, luxury accommodation rooms, each with a widescreen plasma TV, and an ideal location close to Melbourne's famous retail precinct, Federation Square, theatres and major event venues, RACV City Club is the perfect venue to enjoy overnight, weekend or extended stays.
Telephone: 01803 559682
Founded in 1882, The Paignton Club has a unique history in the South West of England. For more than 126 years it has been part of the social fabric of Torbay and its majestic Grade II ionic architecture is a constant reminder of the great Victorian era. Situated at the southern end of the Paignton promenade, just a short walk from the harbour and town centre, the club offers members and their guests a welcoming and relaxing meeting place.
PO Box 10137
Telephone: 0060 32927166
Fax: 0060 32934724
Royal Selangor Club, founded in 1884, started out as a tiny wooden building with an “attap” roof. It was later redesigned in the Tudor style. The Main Club house, fondly known as “The Spotted Dog”, was located at the “Padang”, now known as Dataran Merdeka in Kuala Lumpur, where cricket matches and other sports events were once held. The Club was granted a royal charter by DYMM Sultan Selangor in 1984 and thereafter known as Kelab DiRaja Selangor (Royal Selangor Club).
5 Place de la Rébuplique
Telephone: 0032 04 2237 166
Fax: 0032 04 2224 832
La Société Littéraire de Liége was set up on 5 April 1779 by François-Charles de Velbrück during his reign as prince bishop of Liege. It aimed to provide its members with newspapers and books in a convivial atmosphere, on the model of other literary societies of the time. It provides cultural activities and meeting for its members, has reciprocal ties with the Cercle Gaulois in Brussels, and publishes a quarterly newsletter entitled Lettre de la Littéraire.
Telephone: 01502 566726
Fax: 01502 517981
Established in 1859, the aims of the Royal Norfolk & Suffolk Yacht Club remain as set out by its founders: “To encourage yacht building and yacht sailing by amateurs; to encourage yacht racing by the promotion of regattas and the giving of prizes; and to maintain a clubhouse for the use of members”.
154 Worcester Street
PO Box 55
Telephone: 0064 3366 9461
Fax: 0064 3366 9460
Twelve graziers founded The Christchurch Club in 1856 as a gentlemen’s retreat in town. It was called a 'Club' from the beginning and soon became one in every sense of the word. Its first premises were in a leased building in Durham street, and the present clubhouse was built in 1861/ 62 to the design of Benjamin Mountfort. Having evolved considerably in recent years, the Club provides a timeless elegance and a warm inviting atmosphere for a diverse group of men and women.
34 Queen Anne's Gate
Telephone: +44(0)207 2221382
Fax: +44(0)207 2228740
The Club was founded in 1870 under the patronage of Benjamin Disraeli, later Earl of Beaconsfield, as a convenient meeting place for Conservative Members of Parliament close to the House.
The Club remained in its original premises, overlooking the Thames opposite the Palace of Westminster, and linked to it by an underground passageway, until they were acquired by the Government in 1960 to facilitate plans to expand the Palace of Westminster.
52 Lower Sloane Street
Telephone: 020 7730 9131
Fax: 020 7730 6146
Number 52 Lower Sloane Street started life as part of a handsome late Victorian redevelopment on an old 18th Century site in Chelsea known as Hans Town. The buildings, with their red-brick gables and fine detailing, were in the style dubbed ‘Pont Street Dutch’ and were enviably near the many fashionable milliners, mercers and glove-makers lining Sloane Square.
1 Wimpole Street
Telephone: 020 7290 2900
Fax: 020 7290 2992
The Royal Society of Medicine is an independent, apolitical organisation, founded over 200 years ago. The origins of the Royal Society of Medicine date back to the 18th century when, throughout Europe medical societies began to be founded with the object of bringing together physicians and surgeons in order to further scientific, professional and social communication.
42 Crutched Friars
Telephone: 0207 863 6680
The newly refurbished Lloyds Club is now looking to the future while retaining the traditional values and ethos of the original Club dating back to the 1920’s. Primarily a luncheon club, with a current membership of over 400 covering many commercial and professional businesses both in London and internationally.