Collection OK/7 - Ross Priory Club records

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GB 249 OK/7

Title

Ross Priory Club records

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  • 1973 - 2017 (Creation)

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Collection

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0.21 metres + 1 pdf (373.3 KB)

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(1973 to date)

Administrative history

Ross Priory Club was founded in 1973 by the University of Strathclyde as a recreational and conference centre. It is situated in 200 acres of parkland on the South East shoreline of Loch Lomond. Membership of the club is open to all current and retired members of staff and to graduates of the University.

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Annual general meeting minutes and papers, 1974-2017; constitution and bye-laws, 1977-2006; Committee of Management minutes and correspondence, 1973-1995; Finance Committee Ross Priory Subcommittee minutes and papers, 1979, 1982; newsletters, 1977-1986; publicity leaflet, [1974]; nature trail guide, 1974; notices to University of Strathclyde staff about Ross Priory Club Angling Section, 1982-1995; silver jubilee birthday party admission programme, 1996.

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Open

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  • English

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