Inter Societies Pub Night - open to everyone.
Friday 29th January at Bei Otto Restaurant, Sukhimvit 20.
6 - 8.30 PM - Happy Hour Prices on German/Local beers/ German house wine + Snacks provided.
Some special fun competitions for men and women included. Involving beer and sausages - the mind boggles!
event is hosted by the British and Irish Chamber of Commerce Thailand in
partnership with the St Andrew's, St David's, St George's and St Patrick's
Societies and the Gaelic Football Association of Thailand.
Ambassador H.E. Mark Kent
Ambassador H.E. Brendan Rogers
Date: Wednesday 10 February 2016
Time: 6.30 - 8.30 pm
Venue: Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Hotel, 250
Sukhumvit Road (BTS Asoke / MRT Sukhumvit) map
Cost: THB 1,000 for BCCT, ITCC, St
Andrew's, St David's, St George's and St Patrick's Societies and the Gaelic
Football Association of Thailand members. THB 1,200 for non-members
(3-course western set dinner, free-flow of wine, beer and soft drinks)
Cancellation Policy: Reservations not
cancelled within 2 business days of the event will be charged and invoiced as
Scottish Country Dancing, Bistro 33, Sukhumvit Soi 33, from 7.30 PM to 10 PM. This is open to the public and is suitable for beginners and seasoned dancers. Email email@example.com to receive a regular reminder.
for special prices to Edinburgh.
St Andrew's AGM was held on Monday the 27th of April 2015 at the British Club.
Mr. Dougie Riach was voted in as the Chieftain for 2015- 2016
Vice Chieftain: David Cummings
Treasurer: Rab Thomas (Past Chieftain)
Secretary: Karen Burr
Website: Andrew Sloan (Past Chieftain)
Golf Convenor: David Morton
Office Bearers: Mike Brooks (Past Chieftain), Kirsty Hastie Smith (Past Chieftain), Susan Hishop, Jack Buchanan
Congratulations and thanks to all, present and past committee members, for giving up their time and making the effort to maintain and support the St. Andrews Society and Scotland's culture.
Our thanks to Laura Leonard and John McTaggart for their support in 2014-15
| About the St Andrews Society Bangkok
Bangkok St. Andrew's Society was established in 1890 by a small group
of expatriate Scots stationed in what was then Siam and is the oldest of
the 4 "loyal" societies (St. Patrick's, St. David's and St. George's)
the years it has gone through many developments but remains true to its
original roots as a Society for Scots, those of Scots descent and those
with an interest in all things scottish to meet and celebrate the
Read here about the Society's Pipe band in 1918
Society's year revolves around three major social events:- The Burns
Supper in late January, the Mid-Year Kiddies Highland games in
September, culminating in the St. Andrew's Ball in late November or
early December on a weekend near St. Andrew's day.
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