Saturday 25 November 2017
Our Annual Dinner gives us the opportunity to celebrate our year’s success, and our guest speaker will be Mark England, Director of Sport Services at the British Olympic Association, who was Chef de Mission for Team GB at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Our menu for the evening will be as follows:
• Brochette of Thai king prawns, sweet chilli noodle salad
• Rare roast Scottish sirloin of beef, grain mustard and wild mushroom mash, ragout of Mediterranean vegetables, green peppercorn brandy sauce
• Dark chocolate-chip bread and butter pudding , white chocolate mint chip ice cream
• Coffee and chocolates
We will be joined for the evening by many of of the Club’s athletes who have achieved success during the season and Members are encouraged to ‘host’ an athlete by purchasing their ticket. Tickets are priced at £40 per person, to include a welcome drink, and table wines will be available at additional cost. Dinner is scheduled at 7.00pm for 7.30pm and the dress code is Leander Evening Dress or Black Tie.
To book, please contact the main office on 01491 575782 or email email@example.com
Tuesday 28 November 2017
Leander’s Fine Dining Evenings offer the very best cuisine, prepared with care by our executive chef, Scott Macrae, and his team and served in the historic ambience of the Club dining room.
Each evening offers exceptional value for money at just £38.50 per head and starts with a drinks reception at 7.30pm for 8pm. Payment is required on booking.
The dress code is lounge suit or blazer. Each table is set for a maximum of eight guests only.
For more information and to book, please call 01491 575782
Thursday 29 March 2018
Join us for the Ladies’ Lunch at Leander Club. Timings are 12pm for 12.30pm.
£21 per person includes 2 course lunch with coffee. Payment is required with bookings.
For more information and to book, please call 01491 575782.
Monday 4 December 2017
Clubhouse tours are led by Olympic commentator and club historian Robert Treharne Jones. Members will be able to visit parts of the Clubhouse they don’t often see, to find out how the Club developed, how it achieved its pre-eminent position in rowing, and how it maintains its place today.
Each visit typically includes the library, meeting rooms, crew room, gym, boathouse and bedrooms, as well as the public rooms, all of which house items of historical and present-day significance.
Each tour will include maximum of 20 guests. The cost of £15 per person includes the tour and an informal two-course supper afterwards.
Meet in the Bar at 6.30pm – bookings essential via our Events Manager includes the tour and an informal fork supper in the Bar afterwards.