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Victory Services Club welcomes 100 guests for The Black Watch Association Dinner

The Victory Services Club (VSC) last week hosted The Black Watch Association Dinner on behalf of The Black Watch Association London Branch.  
The Black Watch Association Dinner took place on the evening of 24th November, welcoming 100 guests to commemorate The Battle of the Somme, with a special appearance from HRH The Prince Of Wales.

All guests were welcomed with a drinks reception in the newly refurbished El Alamein Room before being treated to a three-course dinner in the Carisbrooke Hall, which included a menu of Cullen Skink, braised haunch of venison with root vegetables and barley casserole followed by a classic Cranachan.  

Air Commodore Nigel Beet CBE, CEO of the VSC, comments: “We were delighted to welcome back The Black Watch to help them celebrate their annual Association Dinner. Having welcomed them to the venue since 1988, the dinner has become an important event in the Club’s calendar and we are thrilled that the evening was such a success and that all guests were able to enjoy themselves.”  

The Black Watch Association is a charity registered in Scotland which aims to help all those who have served in The Black Watch (and their dependants) who are in need by reason of age, ill health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage. It also exists to promote comradeship and relies on an extensive network of branches and volunteers spread across the UK to organise events that help maintain links with old comrades.

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