Annual Christmas Luncheon 2020

4 December, 11:45am - 3:45pm

Cancelled, London

It is with a heavy heart that we regret to inform that the Annual Christmas Luncheon 2020 has been cancelled. While it might not come as a surprise given the current circumstances, the SCC team has worked hard to evaluate different options for this great tradition to be carried through in some form, but has not seen any other option than to cancel the Luncheon for the first time in history.

Dating back to the early 20th century, the Annual Christmas Luncheon gathers 500+ businesspeople from across the Swedish-British community and has grown to be the largest luncheon of its kind outside of Sweden.

While we won’t be celebrating together this year, we are happy to announce that next year’s Annual Christmas Luncheon will be held on 3 December 2021.

A special thanks to Handelsbanken Wealth Management for the continuous support by sponsoring the Annual Christmas Luncheon 2021.

About the Annual Christmas Luncheon

The Swedish Chamber's Christmas Luncheon has a long history dating back over a century. Today, it is the pinnacle of the business calendar, bringing together some 500+ business people from across the Swedish-British community and is the largest luncheon of its kind outside of Sweden. The Luncheon will feature a traditional Lucia procession, a grand charity raffle, first-class entertainment, great company, and unique networking opportunities. To make it even better, the Luncheon is followed by an after-party at The Landmark. 

Booking information

Bookings for the Annual Christmas Luncheon 2021 will open shortly. 

This event is not yet open for booking

Highlights from the Annual Christmas Luncheon 2019

See highlights from the Annual Christmas Luncheon 2019, including a candlelit Lucia procession and the traditional Pomp and Circumstance finale. 

Photo gallery

See photos from the Annual Christmas Luncheon 2019 here.

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