History

The original clubs were established in the West End as early as 1693. Today, the area of St James's is still sometimes called "clubland". Clubs took over the role occupied by coffee houses in 18th century London reaching the height of their influence in the late 19th century, when there were over 400 such establishments. Clubs are often characterised by their members' interest - politics, literature, sport, art, automobiles, travel, and particular countries, in other cases, the connection was membership of the same branch of the armed forces, or the same school or university.

Aims

The ALC is the Association for London Clubs, representing the interests of more than 56 member clubs. Our membership brings together Clubs of differing types and sizes.

The principal objectives of The Association of London Clubs are to provide a forum for the discussion of matters of common interest to Member Clubs. These range from changes in legislation and regulation to benchmarking, practical training and development of operational teams business briefings and more.

ALC Member Clubs Vacancies

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Queen's Club - Casual Food and Beverage Server

Permanent

Queen's Club - Accounts Assistant, Purchase Ledger

Permanent

Queen's Club - Demi Chef de Partie

Permanent

Queen's Club - Cleaner

Permanent

Queen's Club - Chef de Partie

Permanent

VSC - Assistant Membership Secretary / Respite and Welfare Breaks

Permanent

City of London Club - Waiting Staff

Permanent

Boodle's - Butler

Permanent

Boodle's - Waiter

Permanent

Boodle's - Head Waiter

Permanent

Roehampton Club - Events and Weddings Coordinator

Permanent