What we're about

British Wine and Dine meet up page will include social events that include Pub Nights, luncheons and banquets by our sister English, Scottish, Irish, Welsh, Manx, Cornish and Republic of Ireland Societies.
Dining out at British / English Pubs, Restaurants and Fish & Chiperies.
Promote and announce British and English cooking sessions by qualified chefs.
Announce Tasting Adventures and Tours of British products manufacturers in British Columbia.
Taste testing evenings of British products made in Great Britain.

Hiking and other interests and hobbies where members can meet and socialize.

The purpose of a meet-up group page is to give those with a common interest or a social connection the opportunity to meet and socialize and celebrate being British.
1.) those that were born in the United Kingdom,
2.) those that have a Heritage connection to the Great Britain or
3.) those that just love to travel or have traveled and visited the British Isles
a chance to meet others with common interests in the History, Heritage, Traditions, Customs or the foods of the British

Upcoming events (5+)

Pub Lunch, Vancouver, Help save this meet-up group

The Wolf & Hound

Help save this meet-up group. It is now the British Isles Society meet up group web page. Its purposes are to hold events and occasions to raise the profile of the British in British Columbia. Through festivals and meetings to create ways to help future generations understand their Heritage and Traditions. You can please help by doing one of the following by the end of November. 1.) Attend one of the Pub nights, Pub lunches or other events and give us support. 2.) Recommend ideas for future events and celebrations that interest you. 3.) Join the British Isles Society to assist in defraying expenses. 4.) If you don’t wish to participate in any of the three above suggestions, please delete your name from membership. To learn more about the British Isle Society please attend one of the Pub Nights or Pub Lunches or email me at [masked] for a copy of the newsletter.

OPEN HOUSE, shop early for best selection

The Celtic Treasure Chest British Imports & Deli Products Ltd.

An Invitation OPEN HOUSE Sunday Nov. 17th. Christmas stock is now arriving weekly. Shop early for the best selection. Family owned and family run, The Celtic Treasure Chest has been proudly serving Vancouver and the surrounding areas since 2003, supplying groceries and gift items imported from England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. The Celtic Treasure Chest 5639 Dunbar Street, Vancouver, BC (Dunbar & 41st)[masked]

Pub Lunch, New Westminster Cancelled due to lack of interest

Royal Crown Castle Restaurant & Bar

Help save this meet-up group. It is now the British Isles Society meet up group web page. Its purposes are to hold events and occasions to raise the profile of the British in British Columbia. Through festivals and meetings to create ways to help future generations understand their Heritage and Traditions. You can please help by doing one of the following by the end of November. 1.) Attend one of the Pub nights, Pub lunches or other events and give us support. 2.) Recommend ideas for future events and celebrations that interest you. 3.) Join the British Isles Society to assist in defraying expenses. 4.) If you don’t wish to participate in any of the three above suggestions, please delete your name from membership. To learn more about the British Isle Society please attend one of the Pub Nights or Pub Lunches or email me at [masked] for a copy of the newsletter.

Join us for a English Tea ...Pre Christmas fun

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 133

Time for Tea & Biscuits Join us at our monthly Tea & Social ..Topic: Your Favourite UK Christmas Tradition, Christmas crackers, jokes and more ....first on the program is the making of the party hat using recycled paper of course. Thursday November 28th. 2019 Where: The Royal Canadian Legion Port Coquitlam Legion # 133 – 2675 Shaughnessy Street, Port Coquitlam, BC. Light refreshments include Savoury sandwiches, European Bakery pastries, veggies & dip, fresh fruit, mince pies, coffee, water, decaf coffee & tea selection Time: 1.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m. Program:[masked] Social tea; 2 – 3.30 p.m. Please bring your own cup and saucer Door Prizes for winner of the best party hat ...Anyone is invited to join in the fun, learn more about old Christmas Traditions (and new?) Find out more about our first Tea of 2020 ..... To reserve your seat & purchase a ticket in advance email : [masked] Tickets $10.00 per person .... $5.00 for RSSG members. Hosted by The RSSG - The Royal Society of St George

Past events (52)

Heritage Festival, New date to be announced

The Royal Canadian Legion, The Drive #179

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