Ulster Reform Club

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Ulster Reform Club
  • Royal Avenue, Belfast
c. 870
EH Sproule
Chief Executive
Alex Graham

The Ulster Reform Club is a business, social and dining club in Northern Ireland.

The club's clubhouse, which opened on New Year’s Day 1885, occupies a conspicuous position on Royal Avenue, Belfast. In its décor, furnishings and objets d’art, the clubhouse retains historical associations.


The Ulster Reform Club, the red sandstone building to the left
  • Members' bar
  • Dining room
  • Private dining rooms
  • Business room
  • Snooker room
  • Fitness suite
  • Reading room

Honorary Members[edit]

  • Rt Hon Marquess of Hartington 1885
  • Joseph Chamberlain 1887
  • Sir Henry James QC 1891
  • Marquess of Dufferin and Ava 1896
  • James Johnston 1904
  • Sir Edward Carson 1921
  • Viscount Craigavon 1928
  • Marquess of Londonderry 1930
  • Lt Col FH Crawford, CBE JP 1941
  • Rt Hon John Miler Andrews DL 1943
  • Duke of Abercorn 1946
  • Sir Basil Brooke 1950
  • Sir Cecil McKee 1984

External links[edit]

Larmour, P. 1987. Belfast An Illustrated Architectural Guide. Friar's Bush Press. ISBN 0 946872 10 4