How many rooms does the Union Jack Club have?

How many rooms does the Union Jack Club have?

Located near London Waterloo railway station, the club has over 260 rooms for accommodation (singles, twins, doubles, fully accessible, family, suite and flats), restaurant, bar, small library, and a full range of meeting and banqueting rooms.

Can civil servants stay at the Union Jack Club?

The Union Jack Club (UJC) is a private members’ club for serving and ex- serving military personnel. Current serving members of UK Emergency Services and MOD Civil Servants may also use the club as Temporary Honorary Members.

Can officers stay at the Union Jack Club?

The Union Jack Club has member’s, serving or veterans, of non commissioned rank. Officers can stay as guests of members at a Temporary Honorary Member at a slightly higher rate. There will be members who joined as non-commissioned members and were promoted later.

What time is checkout Union Jack Club?

Check in time is 1500hrs. Weekday check-out is 1000hrs and weekend check out is midday. You are welcome to use the baggage room which is free for Members whilst staying.

Is there parking at the Union Jack Club?

The Union Jack Club has its own underground car park with 3 Blue Badge bays.

Does the Union Jack Club have a gym?

UJC local gym is FREE when staying and has classes as well as its state of the art equipment.

Can police join civil service club?

Membership of the Club is open to all Civil Servants (current, former or retired) or work for a Public Body Organisation like Crown agencies. Associate membership is available to people who are not eligible to be an Ordinary member.

Can veterans use Union Jack Club?

We love to welcome new members and your family and friends, and if you are serving or veteran enlisted HM Armed Forces personnel this Club is for you.

Is the Union Jack Club in the congestion zone?

The Union Jack Club is located in central London in the congestion zone and is accessed from Westminster Bridge Road.

Does civil service work over Christmas?

Since reforms by the Cabinet Office in 2013, the Maundy Thursday (Easter) and Christmas privilege days are no longer available for new civil servants. For civil servants who were in their positions when the changes came into force, these 1.5 days have been converted into additional annual leave.