58thGrand Chapitre de Grande Bretagne - Chaîne des Rôtisseurs

58thGrand Chapitre de Grande Bretagne - Chaîne des Rôtisseurs

58th Grand Chapitre de Grande Bretagne Edinburgh, 6–9 July 2017 58th Grand Chapitre de Grande Bretagne Edinburgh, 6–9 July 2017 Dear Members, Chère...

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58th Grand Chapitre de Grande Bretagne Edinburgh, 6–9 July 2017

58th Grand Chapitre de Grande Bretagne Edinburgh, 6–9 July 2017

Dear Members, Chère Consoeurs, Cher Confrères It is with great pleasure that we invite you to join us for Chaîne GB’s 58th Grand Chapitre in the historic city of Edinburgh. This will be our second time in Scotland’s capital and sure to be equally popular. The city offers a wealth of interesting things to see and do. We suggest you add a few days to the official programme to see it all and perhaps explore the highlands and Islands whilst you are there. We purposely chose mid-summer for the event to be able to enjoy long days of sunlight and to enable you to make the most of your visit. Our base will be the splendidly refurbished Waldorf Astoria Hotel, the ‘The Caley’, at the end of Princes Street with fine views to the Castle and a great spa for all the sybarites. The first of our dinner venues is the delightful New Club — new in 1787! Then the Grade II listed Castle Suite in The Caley, followed by the Sir Walter Scott Suite in the Balmoral Hotel and lastly the Royal Yacht Britannia. In the Chaîne tradition the teams in all these venues have planned great menus reflecting both location and time of year and you are assured to leave saying ‘wow’. For those of you for whom this will be your first trip to Edinburgh, we strongly recommend taking the Three Bridges trip on Friday and the Open Top Bus Tour of the city centre on Saturday as the fastest way to gain an appreciation of the city. Other events can take you on a canal boat, to the home of the Earls of Elgin or to learn a little more of single malt whiskies. Providing encouragement and help to the less fortunate in life, particularly in the hospitality industry, is one of our charitable aims and we will celebrate this with a grand raffle at the Gala Dinner in support of The Clink.

On Sunday evening the Chaîne Worldwide Dinner is a once in a lifetime opportunity to dine as would have royalty, heads of state and prime ministers in the unique State Dining Room on board the Royal Yacht Britannia. Last time we had a long waiting list for the Royal Yacht and so we recommend early booking. We look forward to welcoming you all, together with your guests, to a long weekend of cultural interest, culinary and vinious excellence and, most of all, great camaraderie. Vive la Chaîne!

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PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS

FALKIRK WHEEL CANAL BOAT TRIP Our trip starts at the famous Falkirk Wheel, the world’s only rotating boat lift. It connects the Forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal. The wheel raises boats by 24 metres, but the Union Canal is still 11 metres higher than the aqueduct which meets the wheel. Boats must also pass through a pair of locks between the top of the wheel and the Union Canal.

The craft for the day is the surprisingly roomy Wooden Spoon. The journey continues leisurely past The Kelpies, 30-metre-high horse-head sculptures a monument to horse powered heritage across Scotland. The Waldorf Astoria will provide a picnic lunch to be enjoyed at your leisure as the boat journeys through the Lothian countryside.

City Sights Vintage Bus Tour Broomhall House

The capital of Scotland since the 15th Century, Edinburgh stands on seven hills creating the dramatic skyline of this lively cosmopolitan city. Compare Edinburgh’s Old Town, where families lived in cramped conditions and rubbish was thrown out of the windows, to the elegant Georgian New Town with its three main streets and a square at either end. Hear about the hangings that took place in the Grassmarket as you marvel at the impenetrable Castle Rock above you and hear about the attempts to capture Edinburgh Castle See the Royal Mile which joins Edinburgh Castle to the Palace of Holyrood House and park — the Queen’s park with Arthur’s Seat, the extinct volcano at its centre. Have your camera ready for a fantastic guided tour through this beautiful city

The Three Bridges Enjoy magnificent views of the world famous Forth Bridges, now including a third bridge, from open top deck as you cruise downriver past Inchgarvie and towards Inchcolm. Known as the ‘Iona of the East’, Inchcolm has been a significant place in Scottish history and lore, and continues to engage the imagination today. Onboard commentary tells you of the features as they pass, and the skipper gives live input whenever some wildlife is sighted. You can see seals, comical little puffins, cormorants, Eider ducks, fulmars, gannets and guillemots as well as occasional sightings of porpoise and dolphins. On returning to land a lunch awaits at The Hawes Inn.

Overlooking the Firth of Forth, Broomhall is the ancestral

Viceroy of India to be appointed by the Crown. The 9th Earl

home of the Bruce Family and the seat of the Earls of Elgin

followed his father to India as Viceroy in 1894.

and Kincardine. Thirteen generations of the family have lived

Broomhall’s art treasures date from the 4th century BC and

in the house since it was built in 1702. Bruces have been at

have been gathered from around the world. The collection

the heart of Scottish history for nearly 1,000 years. No Scot

includes European Old Masters pictures, Dutch seventeenth

is more renowned than King Robert the Bruce who carved out

century portraits, Oriental arms and armour, Japanese

Scotland’s independence in 1314, leading his army to victory

lacquer and glorious textiles from South Asia. In the library

at Bannockburn. His sword is kept at Broomhall.

you will find handwritten dispatches from Queen Victoria,

Bruces have also served the British Empire as envoys,

the journals of James Bruce who discovered the source of

governors and Viceroys. The 7th Earl’s collection of

the Blue Nile in 1770 and a letter written by J.M.W. Turner

Greek antiquities — the Elgin Marbles — were acquired

in 1806.

for the British Museum in 1816. The 8th Earl introduced

The house is not open to the public. Our members’ tour

parliamentary democracy to Canada in 1849 and later

will be led by Lord Charles Bruce and his brother the Hon.

negotiated treaties with Japan and China. He was the first

Alexander Bruce.

The Balmoral Hotel With a prestigious address, 1 Princes Street, the hotel was built for the North British Railway and sited adjacent to Edinburgh’s Waverley Station. It was opened on 15 October 1902. Originally known as the North British it was acclaimed as one of the great railway hotels. After major refurbishment it reopened in 1991 as The Balmoral — which means ‘majestic dwelling’ in Gaelic. Since 1902, the hotel’s clock has been set three minutes fast to ensure that the people of Edinburgh wouldn’t miss their trains. This is still the case today. The only day that the clock runs on time is on 31 December (Hogmanay) for the city’s New Year celebrations. The clock tower, at 190 feet (58m) high, forms a prominent landmark in Edinburgh’s city centre.

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The Induction Ceremony will take place in The City Chambers. Located on the Royal Mile, in the heart of Edinburgh’s historic capital, it is the home of the City’s government. We will be privileged guests of the Lord Provost. The ceremony will be held in the Council Chamber followed by a reception in the European Room.

The Sir Walter Scott Suite is a glorious room stretching the length of one side hotel with superb views to the castle. Maître Hotelier, General Manager Richard Cooke and his team will work their magic for our Gala Dinner, which has been designed by Maître Rôtisseur, Executive Chef Jeff Bland. Inducting Officer: Roberto Zanghi, Bailli Délégué d’Italie, Membre du Conseil Magistral

THE SCOTCH MALT WHISKY SOCIETY The society buys single cask whiskies which must pass the uncompromising noses of an expert Tasting Panel — a secretive group of independent whisky connoisseurs from all walks of life – before being deemed worthy of an iconic Society green bottle. The selection criteria are simple: quality and interest. All the Tasting Panel’s work is performed with no information on age, origin or cask type, to ensure Society whiskies are always bottled when they are ready, whether young or old, Highland or Lowland, sherry casked or exbourbon. Members will be offered an insight into these rare whiskies.

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The Royal Yacht Britannia Launched by the Queen in 1953, this magnificent ship has played host to some of the most famous people in the world. Heads of State, Monarchy and Prime Ministers have all enjoyed this very special ship. But, above all, she was home to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family. Furnished to her personal taste, each room was filled with photographs of her children, treasured family heirlooms, much-loved personal possessions and gifts from across the globe.

The ship had a full complement of around 300 Royal Yachtsmen and Royal Household staff who were able to put on the most splendid of state occasions from dinners to investitures. The ship was de-commissioned in 1997. She is only open to the public for daytime tours. We have arranged for the exclusive use of the ship for the evening.

PROGRAMME

Thursday 6 — Sunday 9 July 2017

REGISTER ONLINE www.chaine.co.uk/grand-chapitre/register

REGISTRATION

Please ALL check-in at the Welcome Desk in the Waldorf Astoria lobby Thursday Friday Saturday

15.00 – 17.00 09.00 – 17.30 09.00 – 15.00

SATURDAY 8 JULY

SUNDAY 9 JULY

Option 1 — Falkirk Wheel canal boat trip with picnic lunch (£50/person)

Induction Ceremony and Reception — Edinburgh City Chambers (£25/person)

Tutored Tasting — The Scotch Malt Whisky Society

10.00

Leave hotel by bus

10.15

Leave hotel by bus

11.45

15.00

Return to hotel

11.00

Induction Ceremony

12.00 Tasting

Option 2 — Three Bridges boat trip on board Maid of the Forth then lunch at The Hawes Inn

THURSDAY 6 JULY

£60/person)

10.30

Leave hotel by bus

15.00

Return to hotel

Dress code: Casual

Arrival at the Waldorf Astoria hotel at your leisure.

15.00 AGM for Chaîne GB members Dîner Amical — Long Room, The New Club 19.15

(£75/person)

Dress code : Jackets and Ties with Chaîne regalia

Leave hotel on foot

19.30 Drinks

Welcome Dinner — Castle Suite, Waldorf Astoria Hotel

20.00 Dinner

(£130/person)

Dress code : Jackets and Ties with Chaîne pins

Thursday 6 — Sunday 9 July 2017

FRIDAY 7 JULY

Dress code: Casual

(£25/person)

PROGRAMME

19.15

Welcome Reception, Waldorf Astoria

20.00 Dinner Dress code: Lounge suits with Chaîne regalia

(£45/person)

Leave hotel by foot

13.00 Return to hotel

13.30

Dress code: Lounge suits with full Chaîne regalia

Dress code: Smart casual

Option 1 — Vintage Bus City Sights Tour

An evening on board The Royal Yacht Britannia — a unique occasion (£250/person)

14.15

(£30/person)

Leave hotel by bus

Space will be limited and so early booking is recommended. Preference will be given to members signing up for the majority of the weekend, which must include Friday and Saturday dinners.

16.30 Return to hotel Dress code: Casual

Option 2 — Visit to Broomhall House, Fife 14.30

Return to hotel

(£50/person)

Leave hotel by bus

17.00 Return to hotel Dress code: Smart casual with Chaîne pins

Gala Dinner — Sir Walter Scott Suite, Balmoral Hotel

19.15 Leave the hotel by bus for Leith Ocean Terminal 19.30

Piped aboard the Royal Yacht to a Champagne reception and tour of the ship

20.30

Chaîne Worldwide Dinner in the State Dining Room

23.30

Return to hotel

Dress code: Black tie/Tartan and Evening dresses with Chaîne regalia

(£145/person)

19.00

Leave hotel by bus

19.15

Reception in the Holyrood Suite

20.00 Dinner 23.30

Return to hotel

Dress code: Black tie/Tartan and Evening dresses with Chaîne regalia

NOTE

Event prices include transfers by bus transport from/to The Waldorf Astoria hotel where appropriate.

End of the Grand Chapitre We wish you a safe journey home and look forward to seeing you next year, 4-7 October, in Brighton.

SPECIAL CHAÎNE GUESTROOM RATES Deluxe Single occupancy Deluxe Double occupancy Premium Single occupancy Premium Double occupancy Premium with Castle view single occupancy Premium with Castle view Double occupancy King Junior Suite Single occupancy King Junior Suite Double occupancy One Bed Suite Single occupancy One Bed Suite Double occupancy

£230 £250 £280 £300 £320 £340 £430 £450 £985 £1,005

These rates include full Scottish breakfast and VAT at 20%. We are pleased to let you know that they are applicable to the total length of any stay which includes the Grand Chapitre for those of you wishing to extend your stay.

www.waldorfastoriaedinburgh.com

WALDORF ASTORIA EDINBURGH Built in 1903, Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh — the Caledonian — is a historic icon in the heart of Edinburgh’s Princes Street and offers the largest number of rooms with views of Edinburgh Castle in the city. A perfect base to explore Scotland’s capital, Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh — the Caledonian — is within walking distance of Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile, Edinburgh International Conference Center and the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It offers convenient access to Edinburgh’s world famous events, including the Edinburgh International Festival, Fringe and Military Tattoo. Maitre Hotelier Franck Bruyere, the Director of Operations for the hotel and his team look forward to welcoming you all. On Friday evening, dinner will be served in the Castle Suite. This will be prepared under the baton of Executive Chef Maître Rôtisseur Ryan MacFarlane.

The hotel offers: l Two French restaurants designed by the

Michelin-starred Galvin brothers l Peacock Alley and the Caley Bar l The only Guerlain Spa in the UK, with relaxing

French-style beauty treatments l 12 metre pool, sauna, steam room and fitness centre

LOCATION

How to find the hotel

WALDORF ASTORIA EDINBURGH — THE CALEDONIAN

By Rail The hotel is half a mile from either Waverley or Haymarket stations, 5 mins by taxi.

PRINCES STREET, EDINBURGH EH1 2AB, SCOTLAND

www.waldorfastoriaedinburgh.com

BOOKINGS Call: +44 131 222 8888. Ask for ‘In-house reservations’. Ask for the ‘Chaîne’ rate. Or: http://tinyurl.com/chaineeventjuly

By Air Edinburgh airport is 20 mins away by taxi or by tram. By Road By M8 then A8 from the west. By A74(M) and A702 from the South. By A1 from the east. The hotel is located at the corner of Princes Street, Shandwick Place and Lothian Road. GPS Coordinates (55.94939, -3.20745)

With thanks to our Partners who support Chaîne GB throughout the year

KILT HIRE AND PURCHASE for Chaîne des Rôtisseurs Edinburgh 6–9 July 2017 If you purchase a made to measure kilt in the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs tartan, we will provide the rest of your hire outfit free of charge.

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Your outfit will include the following:

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Kilt Prince Charlie Jacket and Waistcoat Black Bow Tie Dress Sporran Sgian Dubh Kilt flashes – to match the kilt Black Leather Ghillie Brogues Charcoal grey Kilt Hose

A white dress shirt is available to purchase separately Should you prefer to order a full Kilt Hire in one of the standard tartans, please contact us: Kinloch Anderson Ltd, 4 Dock Street, Edinburgh EH6 6EY Tel: 0131 555 1390 e-mail: [email protected] www.kinlochanderson.com

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