Background to Our Club.



The Red Hand and Thistle RSC is a club formed by a group of friends, who after becoming increasingly tired of Day Trips to Rangers games, and going to games with total strangers sharing coaches etc, they felt it was time for a change of tact, several guys decided to sound out others about the idea of forming "our own wee Club".

This was met with positive replies, and rather than creating a monster, Members agreed to restrict the Membership to 15, the present Membership.

It was also agreed to use the Club as a vehicle also to explore our own Protestant Culture, should it be involvement with Ulster-Scots projects, Co-operation with the Loyal Orders or paying homage to the Burial Grounds of Ulsters lost Generations in Northern Europe, members have expressed an interest in exploring these Avenues.

Members have all worked hard to establish this Club in a short term, the reward for such endeavours will result in Flying to trips, staying in decent Hotels etc, the money Members of this Club raise will be spent by the Members!

We hope that you enjoy your visit to Our Site and ask that you leave a message on our guestbook, and dont be too long 'til your back again.



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