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THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING UNION Creating global understanding through English ISSUE No. 141 JANUARY 2009

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ESU Winners Celebrate at Buckingham Palace Awards Ceremony

HRH The Duke of Edinburgh presents the English Language Award for ‘Always On’

HRH The Duke of Edinburgh kindly hosted the annual ESU Awards Ceremony at Buckingham Palace on 12 November at which the winners of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh ESU English Language Book Award and ESU President’s Award were presented with certificates from His Royal Highness. These annual awards celebrate innovation and good practice in the field of the English language and English language teaching. Winners of ESU competitions to promote effective spoken English also attended and received certificates from Prince Philip. The judges of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh ESU English Language Award for 2008 were so impressed by the quality of entries this year that they awarded two joint winners and two highly commended prizes. Naomi S Baron, the author of Always On (published by OUP) flew from New York to collect her prize as joint winner. The judges were delighted to reward this “thought-provoking” entry which is a “fascinating account” of language and how it has been influenced by new technologies. Representing Oxford University Press, Victoria Bull, Alison Waters and Frank Keenan also collected the joint prize for the Oxford Student's Dictionary (for learners using English to study other subjects). The judging panel described the

Victoria Bull, Alison Waters and Frank Keenan collect their award for the ‘Oxford Student’s Dictionary’ from His Royal Highness

dictionary as “an incredibly useful aid for teachers and students” and, as the subtitle suggests, it meets the needs of an increasingly important group of learners. Two books were highly commended and were also described as the best entries aimed at teachers. The authors Peeter Mehisto, Maria-Jesus Frigols and David Marsh along with Alison Sharpe representing the publisher, Macmillan Education, collected certificates for the “topical and innovative” Uncovering CLIL. JJ Wilson made a last minute trip from Mexico to collect a highly commended certificate for his book How to Teach Listening published by Pearson Longman. The judges described the book as “a lucid and useful overview of current thinking.” The author was joined by his series editor, Jeremy Harmer – the previous winner of the book award. The ESU was delighted to welcome Jeremy, as teaching commitments had prevented him from attending last year’s ceremony. The “interactive, empowering and educationally useful” WriteOnline, an online word processor, won the ESU President’s Award 2008. John and Ann Crick representing Crick Software Ltd received their prize from Prince Philip.

Contents Palace Awards . . . . . .Page 1 Palace Awards cont’d .Page 2 Finland Re-launch . . . .Page 3 Lord Luce Lecture . . . .Page 3 Marsh Award . . . . . . .Page 3 Japan Squad Tour . . . .Page 4 France Anjou Visit . . . .Page 4 Scholars Shine . . . . . .Page 4 Estonia Accolade . . . .Page 5 Triple Award . . . . . . . .Page 5 SSE Evening . . . . . . . .Page 5 Anglo-US Panel . . . . .Page 6 Evacuee Talk . . . . . . .Page 6 Election Event . . . . . .Page 6 Staff Moves . . . . . . . .Page 7 Obituaries . . . . . . . . .Page 7 Diary Dates . . . . . . . .Page 8

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Winners Celebrate cont’d from Page 1 Daniel Berger and Beverley Cottrell of the University of Hertfordshire were presented with certificates for winning the 2008 ESU-Essex Court Chambers National Mooting Competition. The winners of the London Debate Challenge Championships, Maddie Dunnigan, Ezra Neil and Kathryn Akers, representing the Borough of Enfield, also received certificates from Prince Philip.

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The 2008 winners of The Great Shakespeare Debate, from King Edward VI Five Ways School, Emily Slater, Kevin Sexton and Rachel Tuckett, were rewarded with certificates at the ceremony. The ESU is pleased to work in partnership with the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust who host this event in Stratford.

JJ Wilson and Jeremy Harmer receive their certificate

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This award recognises innovation and good design in the use of new, free-standing technologies in the teaching and learning of English. The judging panel is chaired by Professor Margaret Buck, former Head of Central St Martins College of Art and Design, and includes experts from the fields of language, design and technology. The panel described WriteOnline as “empowering the learner to develop and progress their skills in English.” Gian Karlo Dapul from the Philippines, winner of the 2008 International Public Speaking Competition, also returned to London to collect his certificate from His Royal Highness.

John and Ann Crick collect the ESU President’s Award

This year, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh kindly allowed the ESU to extend an invitation to the England Schools Debating Team who had just won the World Schools Debating Championship in Washington, USA. We were delighted that the winners Ben Woolgar, Emily Pearce, James Fox and Seb Farquhar were able to receive certificates from Prince Philip.

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A delighted Gian said afterwards: “Competing was honestly next to nothing to the interesting field trips and hospitable homestays; meeting Prince Philip and shaking his hand. I’ll miss London like I miss my international friends, and every so often I’ll look at my horribly blurry pictures and marvel at just how much I’ve really won.”

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The authors and publisher of ‘Uncovering CLIL’ collect their award

Imogen Ash, Mette Isaksen and Sanya Burgess from The Abbey School in Reading were presented with certificates as winners of the 2007-08 ESU National Public Speaking Competition for Schools. The winners of the ESU Schools Mace 2007-08, the British Isles debating championships, also collected certificates. Sarah O'Neill and Michael Sinclair of Dalriada School are the first winners of this competition to come from Northern Ireland. Hannah Klein and Usman Ahmed from The Honorable Society of Lincoln's Inn attended the ceremony as the winners of the 2008 John Smith Memorial Mace.

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The Duke of Edinburgh with Gian Karlo Dapul

Following the awards ceremony, a reception was held for the winners, their families and friends at Dartmouth House.


The Re-establishment of ESU Finland

(L-R) HE Mrs Valerie Caton, Richard Lewis, Valerie Mitchell and Ulla Ladau-Hanken

The English-Speaking Union of Finland was re-established with a glittering reception at the residence of the British Ambassador in Helsinki on 30 September. HE Mrs Valerie Caton welcomed 130 guests, who represented every sector of the Finnish community. In her introductory remarks, the Ambassador pledged her full support and stressed the importance of the ESU worldwide. She was pleased that Finland was once again part of this worldwide organisation.

Ringing the Changes with Lord Luce

Pertti Salolainen

Presentations were also given by Mrs Valerie Mitchell who welcomed Finland back into the global family of the ESU, and the two Co-Chairmen, Mrs Ulla Ladau-Hanken and Mr Richard Lewis, who emphasised the need for Finland to be involved with such a progressive institution. In Richard Lewis’s keynote speech regarding the interaction of global communities - which made special reference to Finland, he described how the ESU was able to play a major part in such communities and how he looked forward to the communication challenges of the next few years.

Mr Pertti Salolainen, former Finnish Ambassador to the United Kingdom, was another speaker at the event. He pointed out that ESU Finland would contribute to the educational goals of Finland and to the international objectives of the ESU. The success of this celebration was reflected by the enthusiastic response from the guests as more than 100 joined that evening. Our thanks go to HE Ambassador Caton, Ulla Ladau-Hanken, Richard Lewis and Pertti Salolainen.

Literature Award The judging panel for the Marsh Award for Children’s Literature in Translation met at Dartmouth House in October and selected six stories to be shortlisted for this award, which is newly administered by the ESU. The panel was excited by the high quality of submissions and commented on the richness and diversity of the shortlist. This award is donated by the Marsh Christian Trust to spotlight the high quality and diversity of translated fiction for young readers and is presented biennially. Entries included books translated from Chinese, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Icelandic, Italian, Spanish (including an entry from a Cuban author), Swedish and Yiddish.

(L-R) Edward Gould, Lord Luce and Lord Hunt

Former Governor of Gibraltar and Lord Chamberlain, Lord Luce, presented his new book Ringing the Changes: A Memoir at a literary luncheon in October at Dartmouth House. The son of a distinguished Arabist and a playwright mother, Lord Luce’s own experience of public life has taken many turns, as his book details. After National Service in Cyprus at the time of the EOKA troubles, university and a spell as a District Officer in Kenya in the last days of Empire, he entered Parliament, where he came to serve in a ministerial capacity. Directly in the forefront of the run up to the Falklands crisis, he is illuminating, if surprisingly temperate, about the circumstances. His well-received lecture was followed by a lively question and answer session with Lord Luce addressing some of today’s issues in Africa. Edward Gould, Deputy Chairman of the ESU, presided and Lord Hunt gave the Vote of Thanks.

The winner will be announced at a ceremony at the ESU on 20 January. The children’s author, Anthony Horowitz, will present the award of £2,000, which will go to the winning translator. For full details of the shortlist, please see the ESU website www.esu.org

Mrs Valerie Mitchell At the Annual General Meeting of the English-Speaking Union of the Commonwealth, held at Dartmouth House on 20 November, DirectorGeneral, Mrs Valerie Mitchell OBE, announced her forthcoming retirement. The Governors are now in the process of finding a replacement and once the new person has been appointed, Valerie will take up her retirement. Further details will be available in the March Newsletter. 3


Debate Squad Tour to Japan For the eleventh successive year, the ESU ran its Japan Tour in October. Melanie Bunce from Oxford, Fred Cowell from Middle Temple, Ben Jasper from Oxford and Patricia Edwards from Inner Temple, joined the ESU’s Andrew Fitch on the intensive 10-day debate training tour. The squad visited four cities across Japan, performing debates and running lectures for secondary school and university students. The itinerary culminated in the ESU Japan’s National University Debating Championships, at which the squad was invited to judge. Those at the competition were honoured to hear speeches from the British Ambassador to Japan, and ESU alumnus, HE Mr David Warren, as well as ESU Japan’s Chairman, Mr Tsunetada Matsudaira. Japanese debaters with (back row L-R): Mr Anthony Millington, Director-General ACEA Tokyo, HE Mr David Warren, Satomi Hemmi, Winner, Best Speaker Award, Mr Tsunetada Matsudaira and Andrew Fitch

The competition was won by Keio University. Andrew Fitch said on his return to the ESU: “The tour was a chance for all involved to learn more about debating in a global context, and an amazing cultural experience for the squad.”

Lord Watson Visits Anjou The Anjou Branch of the ESU welcomed International Chairman Emeritus, Lord Watson, to Saumur in early October. On a day of sparkling "summer" weather, the visit matched the sunshine and the Loire Valley was at its glorious best.

Madame Lysette Belayche proposed a Vote of Thanks which was heartily endorsed by all present.

Lord Watson was welcomed by branch President John Brown and committee members at the wine caves of Bouvet Ladubay where he was given a report on branch activities and recent progress. Also at the meeting was the President of the English Language Library in Angers, John Cassini, and Directrice, Phoebe MarshallRaimbeau, who were presented with the gift of books to their library received annually from ESU Monroe, Louisiana. Following a visit to the historic Chateau of Saumur, a dinner was hosted for Lord Watson at the Chateau Hotel Le Prieuré at Chênehutte, overlooking the Loire. The International Chairman Emeritus praised the branch for the significant progress made since its founding in 1995 and was especially impressed by the great success of the recent exchange visit with ESU St Petersburg. At this time of strained relations between Russia and the United Kingdom, such visits, he said, have added significance in promoting mutual understanding between nations through the use of the English language.

(L-R) John Brown, Phoebe Marshall-Raimbeau, Lord Watson, Françoise Pacault, committee member, ESU France-Anjou and John Cassini

Music Scholars Receive Esteemed Prizes The ESU is delighted to report two success stories on behalf of ESU music scholars at the Académie Internationale de Musique Maurice Ravel. Alexandra Dariescu, a pianist who trained at the Royal Northern College of Music, is a recipient of the Franco-British Society scholarship to the Ravel Académie, which the ESU administers. In September this year, Alexandra was awarded the Prix Maurice Ravel Ville de Ciboure giving her €1,000 and the privilege of playing in a concert in August 2009. Along with her fellow ESU music scholars, the Heath Quartet, she also featured on the Radio 3 In Tune programme in September. 4

Susan Jiwey another ESU music scholar at the Ravel Académie has also brought good news to the organisation. She was awarded the singer's prize at the Ravel Académie, the Prix de Chant Pierre Bernac 2008. Susan is immensely grateful to the ESU for her scholarship and said that her €1,500 prize money will go towards financing her singing lessons this year and for buying scores and sheet music. She has been very generously sponsored by the Anjou Branch in France.


British Ambassador Honoured by ESU Estonia was appointed as its first Patron. Toomas Vitsut, Chairman of ESU Estonia, presented the Ambassador with his Certificate of Office and referred to the visit of Queen Elizabeth II, who challenged Estonia to become the 49th country to join the organisation, of which Her Majesty is International Patron. The Ambassador addressed the meeting saying how delighted he was to receive this honour and pledged his enthusiastic support for the future. Following the presentation, the meeting heard from four members who had recently attended ESU events in the UK: the World Members’ Conference in Edinburgh, the International Relations Conference at the University of Oxford and the Stratford Study Course.

HE Mr Peter Carter with Eugenia Djatchuk, 2008 Estonian delegate to the ESU International Relations Conference

At the latest meeting of the English-Speaking Union of Estonia, held in the newly refurbished Poska House, HE Mr Peter Carter

Toomas Vitsut concluded the meeting by thanking all four speakers for showing the advantages of ESU membership, including travel and participation not only in the UK, but also at international cultural events. Following the meeting, members and their guests enjoyed a cup of tea allowing time for English conversation!

Trio Awarded North Carolina Scholarships Conrad Griffin, Pippa Howells and Monisha Kumar were all awarded British Morehead-Cain Scholarships to the University of North Carolina (UNC) in Chapel Hill, following two days of interviews at Dartmouth House in early November.

Our three successful candidates will visit UNC in February next year ahead of starting their scholarships in the autumn.

Morehead-Cains are among the world’s most generous and prestigious university scholarships providing up to four places each year, fully funded, for selected British school leavers to pursue a first degree programme at UNC. A social evening preceded the interviews, hosted by the MoreheadCain Foundation, at the University of North Carolina’s new London home, Winston House on Bedford Square. British candidates and their parents were invited to meet award alumni and learn more about the scholarship from the Foundation’s Megan Mazzocchi. There was also an opportunity to watch a video presentation which included current UK scholars talking about the exciting opportunities they were enjoying. Megan, who also joined this year’s interview panel, explained, “the British Morehead-Cain programme is an extremely important part of what we do and gives the scholarship an international flavour.” The interview panels, chaired by Henry Stevens and James Dean, additionally included alumni of the programme.

The interview panel: (L-R) James Dean, Henry Stevens, Megan Mazzocchi and alumnus Tom Silk

SSE Information Evening On Tuesday 4 November the Education Department held an information evening for the Secondary Schools Exchange scholarship. Heads and other representatives from several schools attended, along with members of the Education Committee and alumni of the programme.

Education Committee Chairman, Edward Gould, led a discussion about the future of gap-year scholarships which provided some very useful ideas. In addition, 2005 SSE alumna, Helen Glancy, gave a short presentation about the impact a year in the US had on her life.

The evening provided an opportunity both to thank those schools that have hosted North American SSE scholars in the past, and also to promote the scheme and other ESU activities to new schools. It also afforded opportunities for networking and conversation.

The Education Department would like to thank all those who attended for their continued support of the SSE scheme and the ESU in general.

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Anglo-American Relations Discussed Four renowned historians lined up at Dartmouth House in October for a panel discussion on Churchill, Chamberlain, Kennedy and Roosevelt: Anglo-American Relations and the Path to War 1938-1940. The panel comprised Dr Will Swift, Andrew Roberts, Dr Robert Self and Anne de Courcy. Dr Swift is the author of The Kennedys Amidst the Gathering Storm, which examines the complex role of US Ambassador Joseph Kennedy and his family during the most turbulent periods of western history.

Andrew Roberts is known for A History of the English-Speaking Peoples Since 1990. He is also author of Hitler and Churchill: Secrets of Leadership, in which he delivers a rebuttal to many of the assertions made by David Irving, Clive Ponting and Christopher Hitchens concerning Churchill. Dr Robert Self, a specialist in inter-war British and international history, is responsible for Neville Chamberlain: A Biography. Completing the quartet was Anne de Courcy, who acted as panel moderator.

A well-known writer and journalist, her recent books include The Viceroy’s Daughter and Debs at War. Guests enjoyed a robust discussion on the four historical giants; Churchill, Chamberlain, Kennedy and Roosevelt with each author bringing their own unique perspective on the topic. The discussion was followed by vigorous question and answer session. Katie Brock introduced the speakers and Anne de Courcy gave the Vote of Thanks.

Evacuee Literary Lecture with Martin Parsons Dr Martin Parsons presented an interdisciplinary study entitled Children: The Invisible Victims of War at a literary lecture held at Dartmouth House in October. This forms part of the Evacuee Project currently being administered by the English-Speaking Union. In this book, Dr Parsons has brought together some of the world's leading experts in the field of war child studies and war-related trauma in order to provide new insights into what war means to children. Many of the authors are war children themselves. The effect that their experiences have had on their own lives and their families effectively invalidates claims that, given time, children simply forget or are able to put the past behind them; rather, their stories add a major new dimension to our understanding of conflict. The lecture provided a sensitive insight into the subject and an interesting discussion with members of the audience, many of whom had been evacuated themselves during the war.

Dr Martin Parsons

Annette Fisher, Head of International Programmes, chaired the event.

The Pilgrims US Presidential Election Panel The Pilgrims hosted the second of their US Presidential Panel discussions in the week prior to the election. This final discussion welcomed Stryker McGuire and Barbara Kantrowitz of Newsweek, Greg Katz, Associated Press, Chris Lockwood, US Editor, The Economist and Jeff McAllister, Time Magazine. Sir Robert Worcester, Chairman of the Pilgrims also joined the panel. The proximity to the Presidential Elections spurred a lively question and answer session, and debate amongst guests, who had divided support for the two presidential candidates.

(L-R) Greg Katz, Jeff McAllister, Stryker McGuire, Barbara Kantrowitz, Christopher Lockwood and Sir Robert Worcester

ESU Merchandise When visiting Dartmouth House, why not take a moment to look at the display cabinet, where you will find an exclusive range of gift items, all featuring the ESU logo. The items for sale are reasonably priced starting from just ÂŁ3.50 and range from key fobs to an impressive assortment of glassware, ties, and jewellery. Ask at reception for details. 6


Staff Changes The ESU bids goodbye to Katie Brock, Head of International and Cultural Programmes who, after four years of devoted service, will be moving with her husband to Pune in India. This has prompted an opportunity for the ESU to review its structure and, as a result, Gillian Parker, formerly Cultural Affairs Officer, has been promoted to Head of Cultural Programmes, whilst Annette Fisher, formerly International Programmes Officer, becomes Head of International Programmes.

(L-R) Alison Wakefield, Gillian Parker and Annette Fisher

Alison Wakefield joins the organisation as the new Programmes Assistant to the International and Cultural Departments. A graduate of Leicester University, where she studied English Literature and Language, Alison, most recently, has been working as a volunteer in Guatemala and travelling in South America. Her hobbies include music and learning Spanish.

Obituaries David Green

After his National Service in the Intelligence Corps, serving in Hong Kong, David embarked on a career in accounting. In the ESU, he started as a keen young branch member in London, working his way through increasingly important commitments, finally becoming a much respected elder statesman. He was a Governor for 12 years, during his time as Deputy Chairman and then Chairman of the National Council, a position in which he worked very hard and formed a good relationship with Lord Pym, then National Chairman of the ESU.

The news of David Green’s death brought great sadness to a lot of people. He was an exceptional man, full of charisma, highly intelligent and with a great sense of humour.

In Exeter, David was Treasurer and then Chairman for a number of years, later becoming branch President. In all these appointments, he was precise and careful, establishing good rapport with his colleagues.

With his easy manner and ready turn of phrase he made many friends and was much in demand as an after-dinner speaker and proposer of toasts, which were always well prepared. He was very happily married to Jean, a physiotherapist, with whom he had two fine children, Simon and Anna. Jean’s death in 1998 was a tremendous blow and it took time and a great effort to recover from this loss. David’s interest in his family, now including four grandchildren and his wide circle of friends, helped. He was lucky enough to meet Gillian, who was to become his second wife. She was already known to many of his friends and shared his love of painting. She was just right for David and it is sad that they did not have longer to enjoy their marriage. David will be long remembered with respect and affection for his many and varied activities.

David Griffiths David Griffiths was Director of Current Affairs from 1974-1988. He took up the position as the ESU emerged from a difficult financial period in the early 1970s and he was thus enabled to build on existing projects and initiate new ones. Having worked for voluntary agencies and charities, including the British Atlantic Committee, the Society for Medical Ethics and the Catholic Institute for International Relations, David brought with him experience of promotional and funding campaigns. Following his military service, he was elected as the youngest member of the Havant and Waterloo District Council, chairing several committees. He also served on a government working party researching the role of NATO in the UK. David began the Mid-Atlantic Club lunches and developed the annual summer conferences at Oxford University, encouraging his contacts in the former Liberal Party to speak. As a supporter of the arts, he particularly enjoyed the concerts organised by Mrs Belinda Norman-Butler as the finale to each conference. Debating, then managed by the Current Affairs Department, developed under his Directorship. His interests included Liberal politics and the Territorial Army. Colleagues remember him for his prolific sketches and he leaves behind a wide circle of friends and acquaintances. 7


Diary Dates

Unless otherwise stated we regret that no refunds can be made for cancellations within seven working days of an event.

For members: We accept payment for Dartmouth House events and membership subscriptions by credit/debit cards. Cards bearing Visa, Master-Card, Maestro, Switch, Solo or Delta symbols can now be used to make bookings by post, telephone or email. DARTMOUTH HOUSE Telephone : 020 7529 1550 Wednesday 11 March at 7 pm Economics Debate at Dartmouth House: This house believes in a liberal immigration policy in association with the IEA. Contact: Rosie Unwin

Wednesday 14 January 10.30 – 11.30 am Coffee Morning at Dartmouth House for members and their friends. Contact: Annette Fisher Wednesday 28 January at 7 pm The England Schools Team Debate at Dartmouth House in association with BBC Radio Four. Topic to be confirmed. Contact: Rosie Unwin

FEBRUARY Tuesday 3 February at 7 pm US v UK Debate in association with, and hosted at, the American School in London. Contact: Rosie Unwin Wednesday 11 February 10.30 – 11.30 am International at Home. ESU members are invited to a coffee morning at Dartmouth House. Contact: Annette Fisher

MARCH Monday 9 March in the afternoon (time to be confirmed) Commonwealth Observance Day At Westminster Abbey. Admission is free by ticket only, a limited number of which are available to ESU members. Names of all ticket holders must be submitted. Apply now for tickets which will be available in early March. Please enclose a stamped addressed envelope with your application. Contact: Gillian Parker Wednesday 11 March 10.30 – 11.30 am Coffee Morning at Dartmouth House for members and their friends. Contact: Annette Fisher

Tuesday 31 March 5pm Lecture / 6pm Concert and Reception Russian Cultural Evening at Dartmouth House, beginning with a lecture on the Russian language as a means of intercultural communication and the development of international understanding. There will also be a presentation on Russian Art in the Russian Museum. The lecture will be followed by a concert of Russian songs and romances performed by Mariinsky Theatre soloists. A reception will follow the concert. Lecture: £5 Concert and Reception: £25 Contact: Gillian Parker

ADVANCE NOTICE Thursday 9 April at 7 pm Lecture in aid of the American Arts Scholarship to Attingham. Jessie J Poesch, Professor Emeritus Newcomb Department of Art History, Tulane University will be speaking on Art and Architecture in New Orleans Unaffected by the Disaster. Tickets: £7.50 to include a glass of wine Contact: Alison Wakefield Thursday 21 May at 9 am International Public Speaking Competition Final. Members are welcome to Dartmouth House to see the heats. Contact: Annette Fisher 29 – 31 May Launch of ESU France-Bordeaux The formal launch of ESU France-Bordeaux will take place on 29 May. There will also be a programme of cultural events including a visit to a vineyard and a Chateau. Contact Annette Fisher

Leith’s at Dartmouth House January is that odd time of year when the fun, festive days are over and everyone seems as if they have gone into hibernation - not so at Dartmouth House! Choosing the Revelstoke Room for lunch is the perfect opportunity to meet up with all those people that ‘slipped through the Christmas net’. You can treat your guests to three winter-warming courses for just £18.00 accompanied by a fine selection of wines.

Please telephone reception on 020 7259 1550 to book your table.

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