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We are an inclusive Society, open to all people who love England and Englishness and who support our aims, objectives, history, traditions, ideals and values.

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Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Victoria was the Society’s first Royal Patron and we have since enjoyed the Patronage of every reigning monarch up to Queen Elizabeth II.

King Edward VII granted the society the use of the prefix “Royal” in 1902 and in 1963 Queen Elizabeth II bestowed a notable honour by granting the Society its own Royal Charter.

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Our Society History

Early February 1894, Bloomsbury Square in central London. Two men were hard at work fine-tuning the constitution of the Royal Society of St George (RSStG), an association which, unbeknownst to them, would survive for nearly one hundred and thirty years...

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Established in 1894 - Incorporated by Royal Charter

Patron: HM Queen Elizabeth II

About our Society

  • Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

    Queen Elizabeth II

    Queen Victoria was the Society’s first Royal Patron and we have since enjoyed the Patronage of every reigning monarch up to Queen Elizabeth II.

    King Edward VII granted the society the use of the prefix “Royal” in 1902 and in 1963 Queen Elizabeth II bestowed a notable honour by granting the Society its own Royal Charter.

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    St George

    Who was St George? What is myth and what is fact? Did he really slay the Dragon? Why is he such a popular Saint, celebrated in so many Countries, Races, Religions and Organisations?

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    Established 1894

    Early February 1894, Bloomsbury Square in central London. Two men were hard at work fine-tuning the constitution of the Royal Society of St George (RSStG), an association which, unbeknownst to them, would survive for nearly one hundred and thirty years.