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The Oku Memorial Trophy


7th December (Saturday 8th Week)   The Oku Memorial Trophy is contested each year by London Japanese RFC (of which Ambassador Katsuhiko Oku, Katsu to his friends, was a founder) Kew Occasionals RFC a London based team of mostly Oxbridge graduates; Hertford College and Vincent’s Club. Katsu played an active role in all of these organisations before […]

1a King Edward Street Update


As you may be aware, our historic premises are currently being refurbished. Here is the first update on the project, with some photos of the clubhouse in its current state. Work started on 3rd September, two months later than the hoped for start date.  But now the men in yellow coats and hard hats have […]

V150 Progress Review


At the beginning of the new academic year for Oxford, the V150 have produced a review of the project’s fundraising and other work over the past 12 months. Please click here to view the full report. The donation forms mentioned in the review and further information about V150 can be found here.

Club Closed for Refurbishment


During Michaelmas Term 2013, the club’s historic premises at 1a King Edward Street shall be closed while they undergo major refurbishment as a part of the V150 project. While this work is ongoing, the club will relocate to a temporary address at 9 High Street. We will be opening as normal for lunch and in the […]

Outreach Fundraising Update


You may have been aware of one member’s recent drive to raise money for the Vincent’s Outreach program. Govind Oliver, who was a founder of the scheme, has continued to support it by completing a sponsored Ironman Triathlon. For those of us who haven’t contemplated such a challenge, it consists of a 2.4 mile swim, […]

Outreach Summer Camps 2013 & Fundraising


Between the 17th and the 22nd of June Vincent’s and Atlanta’s clubs held their 2013 Outreach Summer Camp. The event was a resounding success and enjoyed by students, staff and most importantly, the children of St Mary’s and St John’s, and East Oxford schools. SMSJ were with us from Monday to Wednesday, East Oxford from […]