The objects for which the Society is established are to promote the increase and diffusion of knowledge respecting literature, music and art of the peoples and countries of the Commonwealth and maintain the best traditions of the Commonwealth. These objects shall be pursued by the Society, working as a non-sectarian and non-party organisation.

 The theme for 2019 , 'A Connected Commonwealth'

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RCS International Meeting 2018 In October, the RCS held its biennial International Meeting for RCS Branches and Associate Fellows in London. The meeting brought together 100 delegates from over 35 Branches from all regions of the Commonwealth and addressed topical issues such as the environment and youth engagement


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RCS Special Peace service at St. Peter's Cathedral 


The Very Revd Frank Nelson (Dean) escorts the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress from the service.

2019 Subscriptions

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HRH The Duchess of Cornwall appointed as the Society's inaugural Vice-Patron.

n17 October 2018, Lord Ahmad, Minister of State for the Commonwealth and the UN hosted a reception at Lancaster House to celebrate the 150th anniversary of The Royal Commonwealth Society. Lord Ahmad welcomed guests and congratulated the RCS on reaching a significant milestone (read his full remarks) before handing over to RCS President Lord Howell who announced that The Duchess of Cornwall was to become the inaugural Vice-Patron of the RC

Ensemble Program for 2019

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