The British Monarchists Society

Royal Edinburgh; State Banquet Gala

EdinbrughJoin the BMS on August bank holiday weekend for a Royal themed visit to Scotland’s Royal capital – Edinburgh. This 4 day mini-break getaway will begin with a relaxing train journey from London to Edinburgh on Friday 21st August. Once having arrived and checked-in, the evening will be left to the pleasures of the city. Saturday 22nd August will see the BMS visit the Palace of Holyrood House and later that evening attend the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo at Edinburgh Castle. Sunday 23th August, the BMS will tour Edinburgh Castle in the morning and the Royal Yacht Britannia that afternoon before enjoying a BMS Signature dinner aboard the Royal Yacht in Her Majesty’s State Dining Room. Monday 24th August, the BMS will leave Edinburgh and return to London by train.

The British Monarchist Society is currently taking deposits for this Royal Edinburgh excursion. 150.00 GBP is due by 1, February 2015 to secure your space. Please contact secretary@britishmonarchistsociety.org.uk for full details.

Inclusions

*The Royal Experience – 

royal experienceExclusive hire of Her Majesty’s Royal Yacht Britannia for the British Monarchist Society and Foundation. Guests for this very unique and special evening will receive a personalised invitation from the Royal Yacht itself. Guests are piped aboard as a pianist entertains guests whilst they enjoy canapés and a glass of champagne at an on board welcome reception. A guided private tour of the Royal Yacht is exclusively given for members of the British Monarchist Society, followed by a four-course banquet in the State Dining Room complete with harpist. This is a once in a lifetime experience not to be missed!

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo  – 

TatooThe Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo is an annual series of Military Tattoos performed by British Armed Forces, Commonwealth and International Military Bands and display teams on the esplanade of Edinburgh Castle in the Scottish capital, Edinburgh. The event takes place annually throughout August, as part of the wider Edinburgh Festival.