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Supporting Exceptional Young People

Introduction by The Knight President

Welcome to our website which provides a window into the work and aims of our wonderful and historic society. You will find news of how we support our exceptional young award holders, see how our award holders have gone on to great success and learn of our rich history. We plan to continue developing our website and welcome your comments, please see the Get Involved section below. As well as enjoying a fantastically supportive network, our membership and award holders come together for wonderful social occasions in stunning venues, and we welcome enquiries about both membership and corporate sponsorship

The Rt. Hon. Admiral Lord West of Spithead, GCB DSC PC

The Honourable Society of Knights of the Round Table was formed in London in 1720 by a group of actors, artists and literary friends to keep the values of King Arthur alive. One notable early member was Charles Dickens.

Today The Society offers exciting opportunities to young people and awards grants to those who have made an exceptional start to their career.
The society is a British charity.

The Society gives financial awards to young people, nominated by the institutions they attend.

Our support is not just financial. Our members offer a unique supportive network, which is comprised of high level expertise in a wide range of fields.

Our awards are given to help people with exceptional talents who their institutions believe will benefit the most from our support.

Becoming a member of The Honourable Society of the Knights of the Round Table is a fulfilling endeavour. Our awards are funded by a relatively modest annual membership fee, but more than that members offer their time and expertise to award holders, and their sense of fun to our social occasions. We also welcome corporate sponsorship.

Please click on the video play button above to learn more about our awards and events.


As stated, as an intention within the video above, the Honourable Society is pleased to report that its annual charitable distribution increased from £20,000 to in excess of £50,000 in 2023/24.

2023 Awardees

2022 Awardees

2021 Awardees

Supported Institutions
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