Post the sensible change to the rules agreed at AGM 2021, the 2022 Annual General Meeting is likely to be a combined “in person” (Portsmouth) and “Zoom” event held in early September. It will include an interesting Guest Speaker and be followed by drinks and canapes. Once confirmed, details will be published in good time.
I render my Annual Report for the Royal Navy Club of 1765 and 1785, my first as Chairman. Overview Like its predecessor, this has been another mixed year for the club. Despite best efforts, no dinners have been held. On the other hand the Club held a highly successful and inaugural online event to mark Founders’ […]
The new, smart club tie especially produced for our 250th year is dark navy blue silk with ship motifs representing a first rate ship of the line of 1765 and a type 45 destroyer for 2015. Available from the secretary at £12 inc P&p. An excellent Historical Memoir booklet has been produced which traces the […]
Members are kindly informed that the club office is located at the home of the Secretary, Commander Brian P Boxall-Hunt OBE Royal Navy. The office is manned on 2 weeks days, usually Thursday and Friday, and Saturday morning. Sometimes Monday, but emails are monitored 7 days. For urgent need to communicate with the Secretary, try […]
The Committee is mindful of the fact that fellow officers have been seeking guidance from the Secretary about those they are considering inviting as their guests to Club dinners; accordingly the Committee has approved the following guidance for the use of members. The primary principle is to maintain the ethos of the Club and avoid […]
The Club banks with Holts Military bank, account details of which are on the reverse of the dinner card posted to members annually in September. Members wishing to pay dinner charges online are reminded that the reference to be used for such transactions is their name, initials and the month(s) of the relevant dinner(s) e.g. […]