The University Women’s Club is situated in the heart of Mayfair, London. It has a fascinating heritage and our membership includes many high achieving women working across industry, government and academia.
The Club was first mooted in 1883 when Miss Gertrude Jackson of Girton College, Cambridge, called a meeting at her Portman Square home, attended by 60 people, to discuss the idea of a club for University Women. It was formally founded in 1886.
Today, The University Women’s Club is wholly owned by its members and remains true to the aspirations of its founders. It provides a welcoming environment and pleasant accommodation in Central London for Graduate, Professional and Business women.
Members and their guests are expected to adhere to a minimum level of smart casual dress. Please note that shorts and singlets are not permitted in the Dining Room.
Dinner/ Club Supper:
Please note that last orders for dinner are at 8:45pm and for Thursday Club Supper at 8:30pm. Staff already work long hours, and it is important not to add to these and incur unnecessary overtime costs when members are late. Members who require later meals should contact the Events Manager in good time to make special arrangements, though these may entail an additional cost.
The Club Kitchen will close from Monday 10th August to Tuesday 1st September 2015. The kitchen will resume all service from Tuesday 1st September, but there will be no Dining In.