Last updated on:-
22nd July - Farnborough Airshow - Member's report and photos - Click => Here
4th July - A few pictures from the recent Windsor & Eton Brewery tour - Click => Here
29th June - IBM Club membership news, for folk who may be about to leave IBM - Please, Don't Go !
12th July - Day out at Hampton Court
12th July
- Pictures from the Bedfont Summer BBQ - 10th July, see below.
12th July - Don't forget to check out all the latest from Theatreland - Shows Diary Update 

PLEASE NOTE - This website is for IBM Employee and IBM Retiree members of the IBM Club. 
If you do not qualify under either of these categories then ANY requests to participate in the advertised events will be ignored.


Leaving IBM but want to stay a member of IBM Club London West?

Provided you have 10 years of employment with IBM and have reached the retirement date for any IBM retirement plan you are contributing to (even if you are not yet drawing any pension from it) you can rejoin as a retiree member of IBM Club London West at the employee subscription rate, currently £26 per year.

Request an application form from RetireeClubMembership@uk.ibm.com and return it making IBM Club London West your club of choice.  If you are not sure if you meet the eligibility criteria, or don't quite meet the criteria, send in an application request anyway and your request will be reviewed.  We very much hope that we will retain contact with our Club, friends and former associates who are leaving now and see them at a Club event in the near future.


Hampton Court Palace Sunday 2nd September 2018

Open 10am to 6pm


For a great day out we've included a guided tour


The IBM Club Member’s #Adult price  £19

IBM Club Member’s children (5-15) £10

Children under 5s are free

IBM Club Member’s Concessions (full time students 16-17, over 60s) £17


Non IBM Club members Adult price £36.3, Children (5-15) £19.05

For full details and to reserve your places click => HERE

IBM Club London West

Bedfont Summer BBQ lunch

Tuesday 10th JULY

Was a great success, thanks to all that attended and for the positive

 feedback we received.

Here are just a few photo's from the day.


SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!

IBM Club London West is planning short breaks for 2018.  
What destinations/activities would be of greatest interest?
Because of HMRC rules governing overnight accommodation as a taxable perk, the IBM Club stopped offering such events a few years ago. We are now able to reinstate short breaks (max 3 nights) provided no IBM Club subsidy goes towards overnight accommodation. Travel, meals, entrance fees and activities can be subsidised.  Short breaks could include travel to parts of the UK, Europe or even North America. They could include sightseeing, guided country walks or other activities. So here's the question we'd like you (our members) to help us with. Which destinations would you like us to consider offering short breaks to and what activities would you be most interested in participating in?

So, where would you like to go and what would you like to do when you get there?

Why join the IBM Club ??? 
See the quotes (below) from some current members of the SHOWS subsection

How about this for feedback on recent booking of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf.

"The performance was cracking, one of the best plays/productions we've ever seen. Imelda Staunton was fantastic, as was Conleth Hill and the other cast members. My wife has been raving about it to all her friends! A good night was had by all (especially as it wasn't spoiled by constant eating and mobile phone manipulation during the performance). Thanks."

Or this about An American in Paris:
If you are fan of contemporary ballet you'll love it! If you are fan of George and Ira Gershwin's beautiful compositions and lyrics you'll love it! If you are sucker for a good love story, especially when it involves a ménage à quatre (four way relationship), then you'll love it. Put them all together and what's not to love about the musical stage production of An American In Paris, at the Dominion Theatre, Tottenham Court Road? Over 50 actors/dancers/singers plus a full orchestra deliver an amazing adaptation of MGM's Oscar winning 1951 film, which starred Gene Kelly and Lesley Caron. These roles are reprised by New York City Ballet principal dancer Robert Fairchild, who plays Jerry Mulligan, the American GI striving to make it as a painter in Paris, and British Royal Ballet soloist Leanne Cope who plays the beautiful young dancer Lise Dassin with whom he falls in love. The Dominion Theatre provides the perfect staging for this musical ballet, with amazing set designs and plenty of space to allow the dancers to demonstrate their balletic athleticism to the full. It really is this summer's "must see" production. 

So check out the latest Shows Diary and see what you are missing!

The 5-a-side football section want to encourage more ladies who want to "Bend it like Beckham"! 

Come and show the "boys" how it's done and let's celebrate the rise and rise of the beautiful game among the ladies. For details click HERE!

A message from the Chairman of the IBM Club London West 

Many of you take part in Club activities, but what about adding some fresh ideas? We are keen to have new members on the Club committee, especially if you are still an active IBM'er.
If you are interested, please contact me, Brendan McGuire. (mcguireb@uk.ibm.com).

Got an idea for an event or activity you'd like the IBM Club London West to organise? 

Then why don't you "Suggest an Event" by filling out the form below and submitting it to the Committee for consideration. 

We can't promise we'll manage to organise every event put forward but we do promise to consider every submission. 

Suggest an Event

When you click on the "Submit" button below, scroll down to the bottom of the page where you saw this advert and you'll see an acknowledgement of that your suggestion has been successfully submitted.