St. Neots Branch

Welcome to the St. Neots Branch of The Royal Society of St. George. 


Branch Address

12 Jewell Close
Great Staughton
St. Neots
PE19 5DR


Barry Chapman

Keith Whittingham

Carol Porter-Ellis

Michael Van De Kerkhove
12 Kipling Place
St. Neots
PE19 7RG

Events Co-ordinator
Sue Barnes

News & Events Gallery

Christmas Drinks and Nibbles

The Committee hosted its annual Christmas Drinks and nibbles for our members, their families, and friends at the Barley Mow.  The excellent food was provided by Karen and her staff.  This was much appreciated by all those who attended.

Remembrance Day

Some members of the Branch Committee attended the St Neots Remembrance Day Service and our Acting President, Cllr Barry Chapman, laid a wreath on behalf of the St Neots Branch members.  Despite the cold weather, the event was very well attended by many organisations based in St Neots.




Forthcoming Events

Lunch Club - Last Tuesday of every month.

AGM to be held on Wednesday 31st January 2024 at 11.00 am via Zoom. Please email Carol Porter-Ellis for the link -

St George's Day Dinner - Saturday 20th April 2024 - The White Horse, Eaton Socon, 7.00 pm for 7.30 pm.   Dress Code: Lounge suit.

Trafalgar Dinner - Saturday 19th October 2024 - St. Neots Golf Club 7.00 pm for 7.30 pm. Dress Code: Black Tie or Red one if you have one.

Please email Carol if you would like more information on the above.


Saturday 18th November - Coach trip to Sandringham Christmas Fair.

Saturday 1st December - Ladies St. George Christmas Dinner, 7.30pm Buffalo St Neots.

Saturday 9th December - Christmas Drinks & Nibbles 4pm to 6pm Barley Mow Eaton Ford.

Trafalgar Dinner - Saturday 21st October 2023

The St Neots Branch held their Trafalgar Dinner at St Neots Golf Club on Saturday 21st October.  There was a great turnout of members and their guests who enjoyed a superb menu and wine.   Thanks to all the staff at the Golf Club for providing an excellent service.   

Alex Turner entertained us with monologues based on Trafalgar and HMS Victory.  Mike Van de Kerkhove also provided tales from Davy Jones Locker, both of which were very interesting and raised a few laughs.

The evening was concluded with the traditional singing and flag waving.