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After careful consideration, and with the advice of independent building specialists, ROSL Central Council has taken the decision to close the Edinburgh clubhouse at the end of January 2018 and to review options for the future. 

As an Edinburgh fixture since 1930, ROSL will continue its strong participation in the city’s arts, culture and hospitality scene by moving its entire operation to the Royal Scots Club, located at 29-31 Abercromby Place.

The partnership with the Royal Scots Club will enable us to provide home-away-from-home clubhouse facilities for members who visit or live in Edinburgh.

Our active ROSL Edinburgh Committee will continue its great work in organising a wide range of community events for Scottish members including; monthly coffee mornings, monthly Arts Lunches, and celebratory dinners marking key dates in the Scottish calendar. We are pleased that these will be hosted by the branch at the Royal Scots Club.

The clubhouse will close at the end of January, after the Burns Night event on the 27 January, and members will be able to use the Royal Scots Club from 1 February. Members will be kept regularly updated on the ongoing assessment of the clubhouse at 100 Princes Street.

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