The Royal Society
of St. George
WHAT DOES ENGLAND MEAN TO YOU?
“There is a forgotten, nay almost forbidden word, which means more to me than any other.
That word is ENGLAND.” (Sir Winston Churchill)
|THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF ST
GEORGE was founded in 1894 and since then has
had the Sovereign as patron. Her Majesty the
Queen is our patron today, and she has bestowed
a notable honour of our Society by granting our
own Royal Charter, a distinction of which the
members are justifiably proud.
Membership of the Society is open to all people who share a love of England and Englishness. Those joining today are following in the footsteps of such great Englishmen as Lord Baden-Powell and Sir Winston Churchill. There are active branches throughout England, the Commonwealth and many other countries. We accept, and welcome into our ranks people of other nationalities other than English who support our aims.
OBJECTS OF THE SOCIETY (ROYAL CHARTER)
To join the branch, contact the Chairman, Bob Peedle on 01323 899985 or email him on email@example.com or get in touch with the branch secretary, Julie Bradley on 01323 441758. Membership of the branch also gives full membership of the Royal Society.
|Updated 14 March 2015||Link to the Society Web-site||