The Anglo-Argentine Society was founded in 1948 and, as a Charity registered in the United Kingdom, its main objective is to promote cultural and professional relations between Great Britain and Argentina in order to build strong social and creative ties between the two communities. The Society also raises money to support selected charities in Argentina.
The AAS is open to everyone who has a passion for Argentina regardless of his or her socio-economic status, age, ideology, gender, political inclination, or faith. In order to achieve the Society’s mission, numerous events are organized every year to cater for the full spectrum of members and associated friends.
The Society offers something to everyone, from our regular and traditional events, such as the popular Gran Asado Argentino, the Borges Lecture, the Christmas Party, and the Truco Tournament, to new events in such areas as the arts, children, and others.
Honorary President of the Anglo-Argentine Society
H.E. The Argentine Ambassador Renato Carlos Sersale di Cerisano
Executive Committee 2018.
Message from our Chairwoman, Julie Whitworth.
News from your Society: The Gran Asado Argentino will be on Sunday 3 June 2018 at Wasps F.C. in Acton.
This year we will offer a full vegetarian option. Contact us by email or phone for more information on tickets.
Assistant Events Co-ordinator: I am delighted to announce that Martin Soltys started this week and will be helping us with the Asado and other events. He will also help us to update our members’ database to comply with the new laws on data protection (GDPR) which come into effect in May. We will send more information soon to all members.
Another date for your diary is Sunday 20 May: Polo at Guards Polo Club, Windsor, for the Final of the Queen Mother’s Cup. More details to follow.
Leyendo Argentina: The next book club meeting is Tuesday 27 March at 6.15 pm at the Argentine Embassy. The book is Echeverría by Martín Caparrós.
Saludos to all