The Association of Lancastrians in London was founded in 1892 seeking to promote friendship and good cheer among Lancastrians living in and around London.
We arrange events, usually at monthly intervals. These are wide ranging in there appeal and include visits to interesting places some of which are rarely if ever open to the public. In addition we hold dinners, sometimes in one of the City’s famous Livery Halls. We also arrange weekends away and other holiday breaks. Thanks to the Duchy of Lancaster, we hold an Annual Summer Service and a Christmas Carol Service in the Queens Chapel of the Savoy. These are followed by afternoon tea and Dinner respectively.
We do not forget those less fortunate than ourselves and so from time we look to support children, particularly those with special educational needs. The Association has over five hundred members and extends an invitation to those born in Lancashire (the old traditional County) or those who have close links with the County by residence; husbands, wives, partners, children – all are welcomed as members.
QUASQUICENTENNIAL DINNER Monday 3rd July 2017 held at The Mansion House by kind permission of the Right Honourable, The Lord Mayor Alderman Dr Andrew Parmley. For a photographic souvenir capturing this very special occasion go to: https://pdrinkell.exposure.co/lancastrians-in-london