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When was the club founded?

In 1892, when our President was the 7th Duke of Newcastle. At first it was deemed ladies shouldn't be allowed. There followed a split and one half formed a club allowing ladies, which became more successful. The men soon saw sense and the society reformed. It's evolved through a few name changes continuously since then, apart from a two-year break

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