Get your tickets now for 5th Dec!
Come and celebrate our mini-Ball, it won’t be quite the same as previous years, but a great opportunity to catch-up with friends.
Lunch, some music, free flow for 3 hours, and great craic!
We are limiting numbers to approximately 60-70 people, so RSVP to Bangkokscots@gmail.com
Any other queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
A tremendous victory for the St Andrews Team! #golf
You are invited to take part in a Webinar on COVOD-19 IN 🇹🇭.
This is being run jointly by the British Chamber of Commerce Thailand, the British Embassy Bangkok, the British Club Bangkok, the British Community in Thailand Foundation for the Needy, the British Women’s Group, the Bangkok St. Andrew’s Society, the Bangkok St. George’s Society and St. Patrick’s Society Bangkok.
Details as follows
The British Chamber of Commerce Thailand, British Embassy Bangkok, British Club Bangkok, British Community in Thailand Foundation for the Needy, British Women’s Group, Bangkok St. Andrew’s Society, Bangkok St. George’s Society and St. Patrick’s Society Bangkok invite you to participate in a British Community Webinar. Details as follows:-
Date: Friday 10 April 2020
Time: 3.00 – 4.00 pm.
Cost: free of charge
Booking: to register in advance for this webinar please click https://britishclubbangkok.us19.list-manage.com/track/click?u=262cf7b2b79f9a31977cf3639&id=23c441f2cb&e=6edccba364
H.E. Brian Davidson, British Ambassador to Thailand, will update you on the British government’s response to the Covid-19 crisis in Thailand. The webinar will open with a 15 minute overview of what we are doing to support British nationals in Thailand and how our work is likely to progress over the coming weeks. The Ambassador will welcome questions from those on the call.
PLEASE NOTE THAT IF YOU ARE CURRENTLY IN THAILAND AND WANT TO LEAVE, THE BRITISH EMBASSY ADVISES THAT YOU MUST MAKE A PLAN TO LEAVE NOW. PLEASE DO NOT WAIT FOR THIS WEBINAR BEFORE MAKING PLANS.
PLEASE ENSURE YOU FOLLOW TRAVEL ADVICE UPDATES AT
H.E. Brian Davidson has been British Ambassador to Thailand since June 2016. He has extensive experience in Asia, having started his career in Beijing (1988-1992) and most recently served as Consul General in Guangzhou and then Shanghai between 2006-2015. Other overseas posts have included Lithuania and Australia. While in the UK Brian has worked for the Cabinet Office as an analyst on international terrorism and on secondment to International Financial Services London as Deputy Chief Executive. Brian holds a Bachelor’s degree in Law from Cambridge University. He speaks Thai, Mandarin Chinese, French and rusty Lithuanian.