In celebration of the new issue of Overseas, which is themed around craftsmanship, we are showing other ways to get involved in crafts. The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST) is holding a Craft Trail in the first week of October just a stone's throw from the clubhouse, where you can see firsthand what goes into a huge variety of different crafts. 

Including shoemaking at Crockett & Jones on Jermyn Street, jewellery making at DR Harris on St James's Street, stained glass making at Farlows on Pall Mall, and much more, there is something from everyone.

Crafts as diverse as antique watch repair at Truefitt & Hill on St James's Street and basket weaving at Paxton & Whitfield on Jermyn Street are included within walking distance of the clubhouse.

Take a look at when and where you can get involved here.

And read QEST's article in the latest issue of Overseas about the importance of supporting traditional crafts here.

Here at ROSL, we are also getting involved with floral masterclasses on 29 October, 7 December and 14 December with expert florist Kenza Waddington from Peppermint Poppy. Get involved!

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