Founded on St George's Day, 23rd April 2008
English Flag of St George (8Kb)
English Flag of St George (8Kb)

If you are proud of England's glorious history and heritage then why not become a member of Northumbria Branch of The Royal Society of St. George?

Membership is open to like-minded men and women who love England and our English way of life:-
To join Northumbria Branch - please print-off and complete the Application Form (.pdf)
Membership is open to:
(a) All those who subscribe to the Objects of the Society; and
(b) Are born in England or wherever born being English men or English women or children or remoter issue of the same; or
(c) Not being of English descent nevertheless support the aims and objectives of the Society.
(d) Who reside in the Counties of Northumberland, Tyne & Wear, Durham or Tees Valley.

You could be involved in our enterprise to safeguard England's heritage and to reinforce decency and integrity in our daily lives.

In this website you will find information about Northumbria Branch of The Royal Society of St. George and information about the Branch's social and charitable fundraising activities.

River Swale in Swaledale, near Muker (47Kb)
English Flag of St George (8Kb)
Today I saw the flag of St George, fluttering from a mast,
It waved in recognition, to the glories of the past,
It beckoned to the future, and seemed to say aloud,
If you should be an Englishman, look up my son, be proud.
Let hope still be your anvil and courage be your forge,
And come what may, let men still say,
Cry "God for Elizabeth, England and St. George"!
by Charlie Chester MBE

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