The Royal Society of St. George

The Premier Patriotic Society of England

Established 1894

Incorporated by Royal Charter

Patron: Her Majesty The Queen

Royal Oak Day is a day worth noting


You may not know but from the year 1660, parliament declared May 29th each year as a holiday. Why?

May 29th was the day King Charles 11 rode into London following the period of Oliver Cromwell's 'Protectorship' restoring the monarchy to England. However, like other customs and practices of the English culture, this day's celebrations was abolished in 1859 by the then government. The Royal Society of St George welcomes anyone who's heart and mind is in support of encouraging our 'Englishness'. Royal Oak Day is a day worth noting in our diaries as an English day of celebration. 


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Communities Secretary Greg Clark has today (15 January 2016) urged councils and local people to get behind new projects set up to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday.
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The Royal Society of St. George
Enterprise House
10 Church Hill
Loughton
Essex IG10 1LA
England

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3225 5011
Fax: +44 (0) 20 8508 4356
Eml: info@royalsocietyofstgeorge.com

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