The pandemic has changed many aspects of our lives over the past 12 months, some only temporarily, but some for a lifetime. What we eat and drink has certainly been impacted, with most of us forced to eat at home almost exclusively. This has led some of us to brush up on our cooking skills, some to start growing our own at home, and many more to long for the day when restaurants reopen! 

If you missed our online talk last week, fear not. This is your chance to hear how after over five decades of trekking and climbing in the Himalayan mountains, Henry is in a position of authority to mark the changes that have occurred over time and how people from various walks of life have been impacted by them. 

With the entries for the 2021 ROSL Photography Competition now flowing in, Archivist Natalia Sedunova looks back at the history of members getting behind the camera.

Last night, ROSL 2014 AMC Gold Medal winner and saxophonist Huw Wiggin performed on stage from the Princess Alexandra Hall with pianist Noriko Ogawa. 

Following the launch of ROSL's new public affairs series last month, with the hugely successful talk from BBC Diplomatic Correspondent James Landale, this month we welcome Royal commentator Camilla Tominey on 22 February. 

Rose Luce, wife of former ROSL President Lord Richard Luce, has recounted her life in her new memoir Rose's Ramblings, in which she offers vivid details of life supporting her husband's many postings in service of Queen and country around the world over the past 60 years.