Come Together Community Event: The New Kid in Town

Organised by Radio ARA and Ville de Luxembourg, this remarkable gathering of diverse associations and community groups, provides an excellent opportunity to get familiar with different initiatives and projects in Luxembourg, maybe even join one?  The BLC will take part in the event in order to promote the Club and gain visibility. As always, we would greatly appreciate our members’ help; if any ladies could help at the BLC stand for an hour or so, please contact us.

There will be live music, family fun, as well as food and refreshments from local vendors and food trucks.


Area North West

Thursday 28 September at 7pm

Pizzeria Il Bosco

Please register at

All welcome


















Please register at

All members welcome


World’s Biggest Coffee Morning



I look forward to welcoming you, family, and friends to my annual All-DAY-COFFEE MORNING

FRIDAY, 29th SEPTEMBER – 11:00 until 16:00

COFFEE, TEA AND JUICES WILL BE SERVED WITH A SMILE! There will also be an abundance of cakes and cookies to tempt you!

Please come and join us to help this wonderful organisation  Bring cakes, buy cakes, and generally join in and enjoy spending time together in person.

Offers to help pour and make coffee, washing cups will be most welcome.

Thank you for your continued support for this event.

Please RSVP to Cynthia Albrecht-Lelliott for the address.











Monthly Cocktail Evening


Mama Shelter

22 September at 7:30 pm

Come join us for a lovely evening of cocktails, snacks and socializing.

We look forward to seeing you!

Please RSVP to by Wednesday 22 September

Everyone welcome!

























BLC Walking Group

Fancy a Hike?

When – Wednesday 6 September 2023
Time – 9.15am for 9.30 prompt
Where – carpark in Rue Jean Majerus, Mersch – 9km, blue book

It is a circular trail of 9km following part of the ‘Sentier de la Mamer’ and ‘Sentier de l’Attert’. It takes approximately 2 1/2 hours, followed by an optional tea/coffee at a nearby café.

Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome.

Please contact Janet at for more details and to register.

If you would like to lead a walk or have suggestions, please let us know.






































Area South East

Join us in Moutfort for our regular get together.

Wednesday 13 September at 12.30pm

All areas welcome.

Please contact Enid Isaac at if you would like to join us.

Newcomers’ – Afternoon

Newcomers afternoon tea

If you’re new to Luxembourg and/or the BLC, why not join us for a social event? You can meet new and old members alike and find out more about what the BLC has to offer!

Contact: Laney on for more details.

All members welcome!

The Coronation Service of His Majesty King Charles III

The Coronation Service of His Majesty King Charles III

We invite you to join us for a day of community celebration as we commemorate the coronation of HM King Charles III.

Guests can look forward to a screening of the coronation, delicious food and drink stands, and fun-filled activities for the entire family. Come and be a part of this historic moment and enjoy a day filled with fun and excitement hosted by the British communities of Luxembourg.


Mindful Movement lesson

We would love to see you join us for a gentle Mindful Movement practice together.
We meet on the last Thursday of the month at 10:00 am, online (via Zoom), so you can participate from the comfort of your home.
A lesson lasts between 45 min and 1 hour, including a movement practice and a short discussion of the experience.
Please register at and we will send you more details via email.

BLC Christmas Lunch

To book you can either email or complete the Booking Form

Wednesday 7th December 2022Champagne Glass Remix 4

At 11:00 am

Hotel Parc Alvisse – 120, Route d’Echternach, L-1453, Luxembourg


Poll Fabaire Spirit of Schengen
Orange and apple juice
Snacks: crisps, salted peanuts, and a selection of olives

Lunch Menu

 Creamy Pumpkin Soup with Whipped Cream and Cumin


Roast Turkey with Chestnuts

Grandmother’s Vegetables and Oven Potatoes

Vegetarian Option: Zucchini and Chickpea Curry/Basmati Rice with Cardamon


Mince Pie with Vanilla Ice Cream

Fruit Salad in lieu of Mince Pie


Drinks included during meal

Vin Blanc Luxemborgeois

Pinot Gris GPC Coteaux de Schengen

Vin rouge francais: Merlot Gérard Bertrand

Sur demand: vin rosé

 Softs: Rosport Blue, Coca, Coca Light, Fanta, Sprite, orange/apple juice, coffee

 Please let us know of any special dietary requirements when booking


Price per person:

Member: 60
Non-member: 66

To register email

Tables will be of 8 and round, if you have a particular seating request please include it in your email.

Please register and pay by latest Wednesday 23 November 2022

BCEE LU08 0019 2955 6611 7000
Ref: Your name + Christmas Lunch

Annual General Meeting (AGM)


Treasurer’s home – address will be shared to those who wish to attend in person before the event.
Zoom Login at 7:00 pm for 7:30pm start

login at 7pm for 7:30pm start

To book your place please contact:

The Annual General Meeting is an important yearly event for the club when the existing committee is discharged and a new one voted in. General and financial reports will be presented and it is important that we have as many members as possible attending in order to pass motions.

If you cannot attend, please use the online proxy vote

Welcome – Chair
Chair’s Report – A summary of the Club year
Treasurer’s Report – as distributed
Relevant Reports from the Committee
Request for Committee role(s) volunteers
Any Other Business – Charities
Discussion items submitted by members
Discharge of present committee
Election of new committee

Please read if attending the AGM

Approval of last year's AGM minutes
BLC Financial Report



Association sans but lucratif (asbl) No. F0003796

Club Statutes (extract): Annual General Meeting (AGM)

Convening the AGM

8.1 The AGM of the Club shall be held annually within four months of the end of the financial year-end at such time and place in Luxembourg as may be determined by the Committee.

8.2 The date of the AGM will be circulated to members at least six weeks in advance of the meeting, together with a preliminary agenda and a call for items for the agenda. All such items must be submitted to the Secretary at least four weeks prior to the date of the meeting.

8.3 Full details of the AGM, including a full agenda and a form for assigning a proxy vote, will be circulated to members at least two weeks in advance of the meeting.

8.4 The AGM will be chaired by the outgoing Chairwoman (or, in her absence, the outgoing Vice-Chairwoman).

8.5 The business to be transacted at the Annual General Meeting of members shall be:

(a) to confirm the minutes of the previous AGM and any EGM that may have taken place during the financial year;

(b) to receive and approve a report from the Chairwoman on the general functioning of the Club during the year;

(c) to receive and approve a report from the Treasurer on the finances of the Club during the past financial year (see Clause 10.3);

(d) to receive the auditor’s report to the Committee and to appoint an auditor for the new financial year (see Clause 10.4);

(e) to approve a budget, including a projected financial outcome, for the new financial year;

(f) to set the membership subscription for the following financial year (see Clause 5);

(g) to discharge the existing Chairwoman and Committee;

(h) to elect a Chairwoman and Committee for the coming year (see Clause 6.5);

(i) to elect any Honorary Members of the Club as recommended by the Committee (see Clause 3.3);

(j) to consider any other items on the published agenda (see Clauses 8.2, 8.3 and 9.3);

(k) to consider, at the discretion of the Chairwoman, any other business not included on the agenda.

8.6 Any resolution put to the vote shall be decided by simple majority on a show of hands, unless at least five members present in person request a secret ballot. Any such request will be granted and a secret ballot will take place. The Secretary of the meeting shall be the sole and absolute judge of the validity of the votes tendered at the meeting.

These rules may only be altered by a properly constituted General Meeting of the Club. However they do not form part of the Club’s statutes. This means that they can be altered by a GM at which 5% of the membership is represented.

  1. Financial
    1.1 The Club’s financial year will run from 1 June each year to the following 31 May.

1.2 The annual subscription will be reduced to two-thirds for members who join the Club for the first time in the second half of the financial year. No such reduction will apply to previous members who re-join at any time in the financial year following a year in which they have been a member.

1.3 Members will be informed via the newsletter when their subscriptions are due.

1.4 Each Area and each Activity within the Club will be allocated an annual budget to spend as they see fit. Such monies can only be claimed against receipts (except for phone calls postage and petrol money). The rates for such allocations are given in the Area Reps Guide.

1.5 The Club will normally aim to have an operating reserve, at the end of any financial year, excluding the value of capital goods (such as computers), of around EUR 15,000. This reserve will act as a buffer against any unforeseen problems or emergencies.

1.6 If the Club makes an operating surplus in any financial year the Committee may donate all or part of this surplus to charitable purposes in the next financial year. In addition, Members and/or the Committee may donate to charity such additional sums as are raised from events organised specifically for this purpose (e.g. tombolas, the car boot sale).

1.7 All Committee and other functions exercised within the remit of the Club are voluntary and will not be remunerated.

  1. Membership
    2.1 A Membership Directory listing members’ names and contact details will be issued annually to all members who agree to have their details published.

2.2 If the Committee decides that a member should be excluded from the Club, the member concerned will not be eligible to attend any meetings of the Club from the moment that the Committee’s intention is made known to her in writing until the final decision to exclude or re-admit her is taken by a General Meeting.

2.3 Any member who has been excluded from the Club may apply to re-join in the following year. Any such application must be explicitly accepted or rejected by the Committee.

  1. Club meetings and activities
    3.1 Members will receive a monthly newsletter from the Club at the beginning of every month except August, setting out the events the Club is organising and other information of interest to members.

3.2 Only paid-up members of the Club and their partners and minor children may participate in free Club activities regularly and free of charge.

3.3 Partners of BLC members may attend free meetings free of charge, at the discretion of the organiser.

3.4 Guests (friends, visitors etc.) may attend a maximum of three free meetings free of charge without becoming members of the Club.

3.5 Partners and guests may be asked to pay an additional fee to attend any meetings and events for which members are charged.

3.6 There shall be no smoking at any meetings or events organised by the Club unless the event is specifically advertised in advance in the newsletter as one at which smoking will be permitted.

  1. The Committee
    4.1 The Committee will normally meet at least once a month, except in August, to conduct its business.

4.2 Committee members with young children may claim babysitting expenses for their attendance at Committee meetings.

4.3 Retiring Committee members will be thanked with the gift of a shopping voucher to the value of the annual membership fee for each year of their service on the committee.

4.4 Committee members who leave the Committee will not be eligible for re-election to the Committee until a period equal to their period of service on the Committee has elapsed.

4.5 If the Committee decides that one of its members should be removed from office, that member will not be eligible to attend any Committee meetings from the moment of the vote to exclude her until the final decision to appoint or dismiss that member from the Committee is taken by a General Meeting.

  1. Miscellaneous
    5.1 The partner of the British Ambassador to Luxembourg will normally be invited to be the President of the Club.

5.2 Retiring Area Reps and group organisers will be thanked with the gift of a shopping voucher to the value of the annual membership fee, at the discretion of the committee.


Platinum Jubilee Tea Party





Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Tea Party

Come and join us for scones with clotted cream and jam, sandwiches and cakes, crémant and tea.

Please register in advance with as there are limited spaces.

There will be a small fee of €10 per person payable on the day to help cover the costs of the tea party.


Luxembourg City Tour

The hiking group welcome members to join us for a stroll around Luxembourg City to discover:-

The lives of legendary women of Luxembourg

From working women and nobility, to the unholy and the saintly – the historic development of the City of Luxembourg is inextricably intertwined with the history of women. This city walk provides some interesting information while following not only the traces of the first female sovereigns and rulers, but also the first women to be elected in politics.

This tour, starting at the Luxembourg City Tourist Office, led by one of their guides, will cover approximately 5km within the city and take up to 2 hours. There is a fee of between 5-7€ depending upon numbers, which will be collected on the day.

After, we shall adjourn to the Christmas market for a glass of mulled wine or hot chocolate.

To register please email or


British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg


The British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg is delighted to invite you to an Online Wine Tasting on Thursday 01 July at 18:30 with Mathieu Manlay, an experienced Sommelier from Caves Wengler.

Mathieu will take you through a one-hour wine tasting journey where he will talk about the history of the wines, the vineyards in Luxembourg, the type of grapes and food parings for these wines.

This is an excellent opportunity to enjoy some fabulous different wines with friends and family and at the same time experience an interactive tasting, where you can ask many questions and find out more about wine!

You can find more information on the wine selection, registration, and pricing details on our website.

We look forward to seeing you online!


Remich Wine Tour

Join us for the club’s first ever Remich Wine Hike in the Moselle region and on the first day of summer!

Monday 21 June

9:00am to depart at 9:15/9:30am

Meet at Centre Visit Remich (big white building) on the border of the Moselle, 1st floor 1 route du Vin, 5549, Remich

Parking available across the road.

Space is limited to 2 – 9 participants so register quickly to get a spot.

The tour has been adapted according to the governmental safety rules.
The Tour starts with a wine tasting (Crémant) and is followed by a 5km-hike-tour in the vineyard.  During the tour, the guide will provide further information about the Wine and the region. Once back in the Centre Visit, there will be three additional wine tastings.

Payment of €18 per person (cash or credit) payable on the day of the visit directly to the Centre Visit Remich.

Please register at

Space is on a first come first serve basis.


Open House – morning

The BLC Committee will be holding a virtual open house for members in June.

We are seeking new members with fresh ideas to join our team as current members are looking to move on or have been in the position for the allotted time.

We would like to invite you to join us for this presentation of the different positions and to answer any questions you may have.

Stay tuned for the date and we hope to see you there!

This is a great way to meet new people and enjoy a group of ladies that like to give to the community and have fun.

Thank you

BLC Committee


Open House – evening

The BLC Committee will be holding a virtual open house for members in June.

We are seeking new members with fresh ideas to join our team as current members are looking to move on or have been in the position for the allotted time.

We would like to invite you to join us for this presentation of the different positions and to answer any questions you may have.

Stay tuned for the date and we hope to see you there!

This is a great way to meet new people and enjoy a group of ladies that like to give to the community and have fun.

Thank you

BLC Committee


BLC Trivia Night

Knowing how much many of you like a good quiz, we are proud to present the BLC Trivia Night on 29th June 2020, a chance to quiz from the comfort of your own home! It’s a BLC quiz but not as you know it! There will be at least 8 rounds, maybe more depending on how the time goes.

This event will take place on Zoom, so please make sure you register via or in order to get the log on details.

We would like to take some screen shots during the event to include in our September newsletter and closed Facebook page. If you dont want to be in the photos please let us know beforehand.

When – 29th June 2020
TIme – 7.30pm for a 7.45pm start
Zoom details provided on sign up

Dont forget a pen/pencil, and paper.
Looking forward to seeing you all there.

Virtual Bingo Night!!

Let’s have some fun on-line and play Bingo with other club members

Tuesday 23 March starting at 7.30 pm

There will be a prize of a bottle of something special and a box of chocolates to the winner AND it will be hand delivered by our esteemed Chair, Victoria.

To play, please register at to get an invite and to have bingo cards emailed to you.


Pipsqueaks Virtual Sing Along

Join us for virtual tick-tock sessions!

Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 466 148 5797
Passcode: 794488

If you have any questions contact us on:

Let’s meet each other on zoom and sing nursery rhymes together. The parents / carers can also have a chat after our sing along.

Virtual Coffee Morning

Wednesday, July 22nd at 10.00am

Come join us for a virtual coffee morning and catch up with what is going on and see how others are doing.

To attend, please register at for a ZOOM invite.

Everyone Welcome


Release & Rise – Free Transformational Experience

Release & Rise – Free Transformational Experience to help us transform our current challenges into gold.
By following our heart’s innate wisdom and taking responsibility to establish inner safety and wellness we will rise together and accept the invitation to the highest unfolding for each of us as individual, as well as our ability to serve the greater good connecting us all.
The 60min Release & Rise – Free Transformational Zoom will include:
  • A release by doing a group emotional energy clearance on whatever I energy test to be the most prominent for the group
  • Meditate together to ground us, calm us, strengthen us AND use our co-creative capabilities to dream up a new earth…
  • Give you actual take home quick and ease tools you can use to ground you and support you through this immense time of change.
  • A return towards our innate resilience and ability to adapt.
  • Replay to be sent out to all registrants, should they not be able to make the date to give optimum opportunity for all to benefit from this.
Register here:
In the mean time – visit my FB page: Empowered Me by Marise where I did a FB live video already providing some immediate tools to use.

Autumn Luncheon

To book you can either email or complete the Booking Form

Please come and join us for our Autumn lunch at the Hostellerie Stafelter. We will meet at 12pm for a sit down three-course meal. The tables will seat a maximum of 8 people. If you have any seating requests, please let us know when you reserve.

We will have a three-course menu for EUR 33. There are two choices for each course and the main course will include a choice of meat or fish. As this is a weekly changing menu, we will only receive the menu at the beginning of September so will distribute it then. The cost of the menu needs to be paid in advance but drinks will be paid individually on the day.

MENU up to 8 people per table please confirm menu choice

To register please contact

Please register and pay by Wednesday September 23rd

Bank details: BLC Special events account BCEE LU08 0019 2955 6611 7000

Reference: Autumn lunch and your name



Monthly Cocktail Evening

Please join us for an evening of laughs and cocktails.

Friday 12 May 2023 at 7:00pm

We look forward to seeing you!

Please joins us anytime as we are flexible. We look forward to seeing you!


Everyone welcome!

Table of 10 booked so register quickly




























Handmade jewellery afternoon

Handmade jewellery afternoon at Tekla Skowronsky ‘s home (please ring for details)

Entrance free, refreshments

Contact: Tekla 691455722, Valentina 691606560

Wine Tasting

Sandwiches will be provided with the tasting of different wines

There is no fee,  however, it would be nice if you bought a bottle or two from the wine grower

Information and Registration as space is limited

Enid Isaac at


Ask the Committee

After an intense two years for us all in the BLC committee, many roles will now be open for a new team to assume roles and bring their vision. The open roles include: Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, Events, Newcomers, Membership Secretary and Editor. Please, do not hesitate to put yourself forward for an enjoyable committee ride.

I will host an ask-the-committee evening at my home on July 3rd, at 19.00h during which time you will have the opportunity to ask us about the open roles.

Master Class in Luxembourgish Wines

Michelle Moses is organising a Master Class in Luxembourgish wines on May 7th from 18.00 to 19.30 at Vinoteca City and she has offered to donate 10% of the proceeds from this event to our charities. Thank you, Michelle for this initiative. For those of us who have time and want to learn more about Luxembourgish wines, contact her directly at and support our charities.

50th Anniversary Crémant Afternoon Tea Party

Wednesday June 19th at 3pm to be held in the garden of Mrs Cynthia Albrecht-Lelliott MBE.

Come and join us for scones with clotted cream and jam, sandwiches and cakes, crémant and tea.

Please register in advance with as there are limited spaces.

There will be a small charge of EUR 5 per person payable on the day.