Female members’ clubs might be few and far between, but London’s offerings have managed to crack the code, delivering a space to inspire and connect like-minded women that you won’t find anywhere else. 

If you’re on the hunt for a women’s only members’ club that’ll see you networking and making lasting relationships, all while having fun in the process, we’ve rounded up London’s six very best at the top of their game. From AllBright to the University Women’s Club, these are the ones to join.

AllBright 

Founded by Debbie Wosskow OBE and Anna Jones, AllBright quickly became the leading global career network for women. You’ll find their London townhouse located on Maddox Street, home to five floors including an all-day restaurant, secluded outdoor terraces, hair salon and plenty of space dedicated to brainstorming and work. And if that doesn’t entice you in, their stunning interiors will.

AllBright prides itself on connecting women and hosts regular workshops, Q&As and networking events for their members to form great relationships. 

The members’ club also has an online platform where women from all over can come together and get access to industry advice from leading businesswomen.

Marguerite

Connecting women and non-binary people in the creative industries, Marguerite is a members’ club that’s renowned for its events and parties. Since Covid they’ve stripped back their membership programme and now host one mega London event each month – and you can bet it’s the event every member bookmarks in their diary to attend. 

Alongside the monthly event, they also host various dinners that members can join in throughout the year, from lunch with Mark Hix and Polly Morgan, to their weekend escapes to Bruton, Somerset.

University Women’s Club

Located in Mayfair, the University Women’s Club is a space that offers a retreat from the busy London working life. It’s played an integral role in helping businesswomen connect with like-minded individuals in a professional, safe and friendly environment for over 130 years.

Today, you’ll find the members’ club home to a wood-panelled library that’s perfect for losing yourself in the magic of literature, a drawing room complete with hand-painted Chinoiserie-designed walls, lobby and bar area, as well as 22 rooms that members can book in for a night of pure comfort. Not forgetting the Garden area that is well worth soaking up the sun in the warmer weather months.

The Merit Club

The Merit Club might be an online members’ club for women, but they also host regular in-person meet-ups across London. Think brunches and lunches, creative socials, breakfast panels, co-working days and monthly social drinks that allow you to connect with like-minded women and network. 

A slightly more affordable option, The Merit Club is a great choice for working mums, career women, singles and just about everyone in between.

Fiena

For a members’ club all about conquering dreams, promoting happiness and making lasting friendships, Fiena prides itself on connecting women who are successful, fearless and like to shake things up. 

The members’ club hosts monthly exclusive, private members-only experiences and events, spread across their different London clubhouse venues. They team up with some of the biggest names in business, including Mad To Live & Home Grown Club. Expect spa days, cocktail-making classes, surf trips, music festivals, oh and some co-working options too.

 

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Step Up Club

Whether you’re looking to restart your career, achieve your dream promotion or want to roadmap your goals, Step Up Club is the members’ club that helps you take your career and business to new heights. 

Built with inclusivity, individual focus and a female-focused community spirit in mind, the club offers coaching programs, one-to-one coaching sessions and a dedicated members zone to help you build confidence and strive to be your best self.


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