13 April 2022

Young Churchillians drinks reception at the Carlton Club in St James’s, London

Join us Wednesday 13 April 2022

About this event

Drinks Reception

On the evening of Wednesday 13 April 2022, the Young Churchillians (UK) will host a drinks reception at the Carlton Club in St James’s, London.

Taking place in the historic surroundings of The Churchill Room at the heart of Mayfair, we will serve wine and a selection of nibbles, which are included with the price of your ticket.

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Guests will also have the opportunity to see the portraits of Sir Winston Churchill and Lord Randolph Churchill, which hang aside each other in this notable room.

We soon will be announcing the speaker(s) for the evening.

The evening represents a wonderful opportunity to enjoy fellow Churchillians’ company and meet friends both old and new.


Young Churchillians and guests are invited to attend the evening for the special rate of £45.00 per ticket.

For those unable to attend on the day, it is still possible to support the Society’s programmes by making a donation by clicking on the ‘TICKETS’ button and selecting the donation option.


The dress code for the evening is suit and tie for men, and formal for ladies.

The Young Churchillians is an affiliate of the International Churchill Society for young professionals. The Young Churchillians are a group of professionals with a shared interest in history, politics and business who come together with members of the Churchill family to celebrate Sir Winston’s extraordinary life and contribution to modern civilisation.

The International Churchill Society (UK) is a UK registered charity supporting the development of educational programmes and digital resources relating to the life and legacy of Sir Winston Churchill. The Society has a particular commitment to connecting with a younger generation, and our programmes currently include a national public speaking competition for secondary schools in partnership with the English-Speaking Union; we support public speaking and debating competitions for primary and secondary school students, a global design competition for art and design graduates, the delivery of online teaching resources into UK schools, our quarterly magazine Finest Hour and the continued development of our digital resources.

For more information about the ICS and to become a member, please visit winstonchurchill.org, or if you would like to know how you can help support our programmes, please email us at: [email protected]

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