St Paul’s Club nestled in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter
In the fine Georgian square that is St Paul’s Square, conveniently close to Birmingham city centre, there stands St Paul’s Club. Steeped in over 150 years of history and tradition of St Pauls Club this Birmingham’s Private Members Club remains as good a choice for the discerning professional today as it was in its conception.
History and tradition of St Pauls Club
Lets learn a little about the history and tradition of St Pauls Club, Birmingham’s oldest Private Members Club. It was founded in 1859 as a daily meeting place for local merchants and manufacturers. Though our world has become more virtual over the intervening years, the nature of business has remained the same. We all benefit from spending time with like-minded individuals.
The founding principles of Birmingham’s Private Members Club are probably even more necessary in today’s fast-paced world. St Paul’s Club strives to give its members a place where they can relax – a secluded place where they can eat or drink with their colleagues. It gives them a place to invite guests, or simply to take a moment to reflect.
St Paul’s Club has retained the ethos of the traditional private members club. However, in keeping with the times it has embraced all that is good about modern society. Gender inequality has been firmly left where it belongs, in the past, and Birmingham’s Private Members Club welcomes both men and women into its prestigious surroundings.
Should you travel nationally or even internationally on business, you can take reassurance from knowing St Paul’s Club has reciprocal arrangements throughout both the United Kingdom and overseas. So that however far from home you may be, there will be somewhere that reflects the values that are upheld by Birmingham’s Private Members Club – a little reminder of St Paul’s Club in a variety of stunning locations, extending from down the road in Oxfordshire all the way to Bangkok.
If you would like to enquire further about becoming part of Birmingham’s Private Members Club, or for an informal, no obligation discussion, please contact our Honorary Secretary Anthony Blakemore on 07831 899550, email Carole Dark at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can read about the business lunch in our previous blog update.
We looking forward to welcoming you to join the history and tradition of St Pauls Club.