A synopsis of important events in the history of Ulster Reform Club.
Planning for the future
A plan is formulated by a group of Ulster Liberals to build the Ulster Reform Club.
Open for business
The Club opens its doors.
Let there be light
Electric lighting is introduced to the Club building.
A sound investment
A ‘listening wireless set’ is installed in the club library.
A new beginning
Merger of the Union Club (formed in 1837) and Ulster Club (formed in 1857).
The only way is up
A lift is installed in club and inaugurated by the President.
One of a kind
Ulster Club merged with Ulster Reform Club.
Ladies & Gentlemen
Lady members admitted to the club for the first time in its history.
The digital age
The first version of the Ulster Reform Club website launches.
Mrs Maura Riordan is elected as the first ever lady president of the club.
Going down in history
The Ulster Reform Club ‘Past and Present’ is published detailing the history of the club from 1885.