Latest - Aug 15 - Cenotaph Wreath Laying Video


The Royal Society of St. George

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Essex IG10 1LA


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Members who have been  following the Society's assistance to Mrs. Joy Bone in her quest to seek recognition and suitable memorial for those women who served in uniform during the wars, may like to read an article which appeared in the Daily Express on 23rd July 2014. Please click on the image at left to read a copy of the article.




The Chairman's Annual Report for 2013-14 may be read HERE






Is England in your blood? Are you proud to be English, proud of our heritage, history and traditions? If so, then why not become a member of our Society.

Membership of our Society is open to all people who share our love of England and Englishness.

You could take an active part in our mission to safeguard England and to reinforce decency and integrity in our daily lives. In this website you will find full details of the aims of The Royal Society of St. George, its activities and fundraising efforts throughout the world.

If you would like to join the society, please go to the Join us page (under the membership link) where you can download our membership application form. You can also join us through your local branch.


You can find your local branch contact information and their schedule of events by using the Branches links above. Where a branch has its own website, the link will take you directly to their site.





We are sure that members will be very interested in this video depicting our patron, HM The Queen, during her lifetime. Enjoy....



Smile at us, pay us, pass us; but do not quite forget.

For we are the people of England, that never have spoken yet.

There is many a fat farmer that drinks less cheerfully,

There is many a free French peasant who is richer and sadder than we.

There are no folk in the whole world so helpless or so wise.

There is hunger in our bellies, there is laughter in our eyes;

You laugh at us and love us, both mugs and eyes are wet:

Only you do not know us. For we have not spoken yet.


(First verse from The Secret People by G.K. Chesterton)




Today I saw the flag of England,  fluttering from a mast,
It waved in recognition, to the glories of the past,
It beckoned to the future, and seemed to say aloud,
If you should be an Englishman, look up my son, be proud.
Let hope still be your anvil, and courage be your forge
And come what may, let men still say,
Cry "God for Elizabeth, England and St. George"!


















Copyright David Newton 2013