This year the Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity will be holding their second Trafalgar Night dinner at the Royal Scots Club to raise money for our serving and retired Royal Navy sailors, Royal Marines and their families.
The Royal Scots Club was established by public subscription 100 years ago and is a living war memorial to the 11,000 Royal Scots who died in the First World War and was established as a Club open to all ranks. Today the Club welcomes serving and retired men and women from all three Services as well as civilians.
This year this Naval tradition to mark victory at the Battle of Trafalgar will be introducing army personnel to the institution of Trafalgar Night with performances from The Royal Marine Band’s string quarter and a bugler and drummer calling in the beef and announcing dinner.
The guest of honour is Rear Admiral Chris Hockley CBE and CEO of the MacRobert Trust will be doing the loyal toast.
To find out more visit the Royal Scots Club website.
Read more about Trafalgar Night here.