The Chelmsford Club has reciprocal arrangements with other private members clubs both in the United Kingdom and abroad. Each arrangement is different and it is advisable to contact the club you are intending to visit prior to going.
The Chelmsford Club Delhi
The Chelmsford Club Delhi was founded in 1917-18. The Chelmsford Club was raised on 27th July,1928 on a Lease Deed signed between the Secretary of State for India and Chelmsford Club Limited.
The Ipswich and Suffolk Club
The club has provided a haven for its members since the 19th Century and The Ipswich & Suffolk Club has long been referred to as one of Suffolk’s best-kept secrets.
The National Liberal Club
Situated on the Thames, close to the Houses of Parliament, the National Liberal Club is described as "London's most inclusive club".
The bangkok Club
The Bangkok Club, established in August 1995, is the largest executive city club in Thailand, both in actual floor space and in its membership.
The British Club
The British Club Bangkok is a private members' Club in the Central Business District of downtown Bangkok, Thailand. We were founded in 1903 as a British businessmen’s and diplomats’ club but have developed over the past century to be the social, sports & cultural centre for the English-speaking community in Bangkok.
The Kent and Canterbury Club
The Kent and Canterbury Club was formed from an amalgamation of the East Kent Club inaugurated in 1873 and the Canterbury Club which was founded in 1875. When the premises of the Canterbury Club were destroyed by enemy bombing in 1942, the two clubs joined to form the present Kent & Canterbury Club.
The Winchester House Club
The Winchester House Club was built in the early part of the 17th Century and still benefits from one of the most enviable scenic river views in London.