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Free Coffee Mornings with Speakers

23/07/2019

New for Autumn! We have been working away on our 2019-2020 calendar of events and are very excited to announce a few new events making an appearance this season. In particular our new FREE coffee mornings! Open to members and non-members these coffee mornings will be held on the first Saturday of each month starting […]

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New Arrivals at Edinburgh Zoo

27/07/2017

Summer is always a great time to visit Edinburgh Zoo. Since it opened in 1913, the zoo has grown into one of Edinburgh’s most popular attractions for locals and visitors alike. With more than 1,000 rare and endangered animals, you can also be certain that you will be able to see lots of new additions […]

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Scottish Summer Wedding: what’s on the menu?

20/07/2017

Planning a summer wedding in Edinburgh? Well, you may have the dress, the rings, even the venue sorted, but what about the food? You are pretty spoiled in Scotland for the wonderful food and delicious dishes you can offer your guests. With this in mind, we have put together a list of some of the […]

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Top Edinburgh Markets

03/07/2017

Edinburgh has many great attractions to see but if you enjoy the comfort and unique nature of the marketplace it doesn’t disappoint here either. There are many regular and one-off markets held across the city which both locals and visitors can enjoy. Below are just a few worth checking out: Edinburgh Farmers Market The leading […]

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What’s on in Edinburgh this Summer?

26/06/2017

If you want unbelievably beautiful scenery, family friendly outdoor day trips, or simply experience some of the most unmissable events this summer, then look no further than the city of Edinburgh. It has it all after all. From internationally famous events to days out for all the family, not to mention picturesque seasides. Edinburgh is […]

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Edinburgh’s Most Peaceful Spots

19/06/2017

The hustle and bustle of a busy city is great fun but sometimes you want to break away from it all and enjoy a little more solitude. The beauty of Edinburgh is in its many hidden spots, quiet areas and places where you can find absolute peace. Here are just some of those secret little […]

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A chat with our May Speaker

18/04/2017

Ahead of the Speaker’s Lunch on 24 May ‘100 days of Trump’, we caught up with our speaker Jason Boxt. Tell us a little about what you do. I work for a strategic research firm called PSB – we started as just a political research firm (interviews, surveys focus groups, the like), but have since […]

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Chairman John Lloyd

30/03/2017

We are sad to report the death of Chairman John Lloyd on 17 March 2017. John served on the Members’ Committee for 2 years, before being appointed Chairman in April 2014. Many of you will know that John split his time between his homes in Wiltshire and Edinburgh. His memorial service will be held in […]

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December Newsletter

21/12/2016

Upcoming events, Christmas opening times, news from reciprocal clubs and more…click here to read the RSC Newsletter December16

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Ian: A Memoir

19/05/2016

Ian: A Memoir J.R.S Bell Past Club Trustee, Robin Bell, has recently finished writing a book about his father’s early life including in particular his service in the 7th Battalion The Royal Scots from 1913 to 1922. Robin’s book is not for sale as it is primarily for family and friends. However, he very generously […]

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The Fringe at The Royal Scots Club

18/05/2016

Forward to the Fringe! Monday 8th – Sat 27th August 2016   This year for the first time, the Club will have a very full schedule of shows over the three weeks of the Festival Fringe. The Hepburn Suite will once again be home to Venue 241 and as with last year there is a wide […]

Airmen celebrated in The Royal Scots Club

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Airmen celebrated in The Royal Scots Club

19/10/2015

Airmen are being given a place in The Royal Scots Club’s series of autumn evening lectures as part of its season of remembrance, 100 years on from the First World War. A flight to the dawn of military aviation, on Monday 2 November will be delivered by former Royal Marine Brigadier and best-selling author Ian R […]

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Tian Tian and Yang Guang

04/08/2015

The arrival of the Giant Pandas in Edinburgh in 2011 was a momentous event the city will never forget. Tian Tian and Yang Guang are the only two giant pandas in the whole of the UK and they are here on a 10 year loan from China.

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Kirks of Auld Reekie

26/03/2015

Or the Churches of Edinburgh, depending on how you look at these things. With such a long and rich history, Edinburgh has many sights and sounds to engage with and this includes a large number of churches, displaying real feats of architectural design as well as graveyards which are the final resting place of many […]

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A Romantic Valentine’s in Edinburgh

29/01/2015

There be many contenders on the list for your Valentine’s Day romantic getaway this year but we reckon Edinburgh should be right up there with the rest. There are plenty of wonderful sights to see and more than that, plenty of opportunities for an intimate moment and some seriously special time with your significant other. […]

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Edinburgh’s New Town

15/01/2015

Our home in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town, may sound, when written down, like we’re based in a modern industrial business park environment but it couldn’t be further from the truth. As much a part as Edinburgh City Centre as any other, Edinburgh’s New Town is only new by comparison, it was in fact […]