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Warwick Branch
Brief History: On the 15th April 1908 a meeting was held at which thirty Englishmen attended and it was resolved to form a branch of the above Society in Warwick.  On the 23rd April 1908, the first dinner was held at the Town Hall. 140 members attended this dinner at a cost of 9d each.  At the end of the first year the membership was 290.

Today, the Branch has a membership of 50 and a welcome is given to all people who share our love of England and its traditions and the influence it has on making Australia the Great Nation it is today.

Proposed Functions for 2011

  • Wednesday April 20        -  104th Annual Dinner celebrating St Georges Day
  • Sunday June 19              -  Battle of Waterloo Luncheon
  • Saturday August 6          -  Olde English Pub Night
  • Saturday September 3    - Battle of Britain function
  • Saturday October 22      -  Battle of Trafalgar Function
  • Sunday 17th December  -  Christmas Party

If you wish to attend these functions contact Paul Munson


Mr Eddie Prince

Mr Paul Munson

Postal Address:
The Secretary
Warwick Branch
PO Box 77