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The Anglo-Portuguese Society was founded in 1938 to promote friendship between Portugal and the UK, and to increase knowledge of Portugal and its culture and traditions.
The Society has a lively annual programme of events including talks, wine tastings, educational events and the annual Treaty of Windsor Dinner, a Black Tie event held on the second Thursday of May each year. Events are open to members and non-members alike. The Society is committed to raising funds for children in need in Portugal, and is a registered charity in England.
Today the Society has some 350 members, Portuguese and British, and has an affiliation with The Anglo-Brazilian Society through the BrasiLusans, comprising the younger members of the two societies.
Join The Anglo-Portuguese Society - click on the Membership tab above for more information and to download a membership application form.
The Anglo-Portuguese Society, 7 New Quebec Street, London W1H 7RH.
'The Hornungs as an Anglo-Portuguese Family and their role in the formation of The Anglo-Portuguese Society'
An Illustrated Talk by Bernard Hornung
Thursday 18th February 2016 at 7pm
The Cavalry and Guards Club, London.
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View photos of the Society's social events.
Read the Summer 2015 Edition of The Anglo-Portuguese Society Newsletter
Read The Annual Report 2014
Attend Lectures, Seminars and Conferences on all aspects of Portugal.
Support for the study of the Portuguese language in the United Kingdom
Find out more about other news and events.
The APS is a registered charity to help raise funds to support causes in Portugal.