The Travel Luncheon Club was formed in 1931 with the express aim of bringing together members of the domestic and international travel sector in a convivial atmosphere for the well-being of the industry and those who work within it.
Today it is a vibrant club welcoming active members from the diverse travel industry as well as those from associated professions.
Based at The Dorchester Hotel on famous Park Lane, London since the 1950s, the Club continues a tradition of networking lunches. Special events include a summer gala event and a fabulous Christmas party lunch in December.
Guest speakers are regularly invited to the events. Recent participants include star for stage and screen and patron of Dover Counselling Centre Christopher Biggins, journalist and former civil servant Sir Bernard Ingham, football legend Terry Neill, broadcaster Esther Rantzen and astrologer, presenter and dementia campaigner Russell Grant. The club also supports a number of worthwhile charities during the year with themed lunches.