In Elm Hill, at the centre of medieval Norwich, the Strangers’ Club offers a friendly welcome to members and their guests, alike. Its magnificent oak beamed Augustine Hall is at the heart of its many activities.
Its members participate in interest and sporting groups and though a gentlemen’s club, they enjoy a range of events to which their partners are welcomed. It has a uniquely friendly atmosphere so new members do not remain strangers for long.
Membership of the Club is open to gentlemen who seek comradeship, events and group activities with like-minded colleagues.
The club encourages prospective members to visit the club, before being invited to join.
The Strangers’ Club was founded in 1927 by six local gentlemen to entertain visitors (Strangers) to the city. The Club remains proud of its civic connections within Norwich, and to this day, half its membership comes from beyond the city boundary.
The Strangers’ Club hosts many events. Lunchtime talks, partners’ lunches and formal dinners are always popular. Summer gatherings include barbeques, garden parties and cricket matches. In the winter there’s a day at the races. Look at our events page to see the range today.
Members of the Strangers’ Club in often use the Club premises in Elm Hill as a place to work or for entertaining guests when they need to be in the City. The wonderful premises in Elm Hill are also available for hire for meetings, lunches, dinners, barbeques, and larger events such as wedding receptions and family anniversary events. Contact the Club Steward for further details.