The Kent Club will visit the prestigious Apollo University Lodge No. 357 in Oxford, the oldest university lodge in the country, on the 25th of November.
Founded in 1818, its former members include such illustrious people as Edward VII, Cecil Rhodes and Oscar Wilde, who can be seen to the left in court dress – the traditional dress of officers of the Lodge.
The meeting will take place at the Macdonald Randolph Hotel, just across the road from the world famous Ashmolean Museum. The meeting will take approximately two hours, the dinner is estimated to last for about three hours.
Cost: TBC (if dining, notice needs to be received by November 11th lastest)
Dress code: Evening dress (White Tie or Black Tie), though masonic dress for visitors is acceptable (see the December 2016 Report of the Board of General Purposes , “Standard of dress”, for guidance).