Exclusive – and not so exclusive – clubs that will brighten up your next visit to England
Steak on a fork (Shutterstock.com)
What do they do? Eat steak
Who can join? Theatre types and politicians. Although only 24 at a time.
More information: Knock on the door of the club door on Irving Street, London. They are too exclusive to have a website.
Meccano 'Y' (Shutterstock.com)
What do they do? Make things out of Meccano
Who can join? Anyone. Modelling skills not necessary.
Christmas pudding (Shutterstock.com)
What do they do? Eat pudding. Sleep in pudding-themed hotel rooms.
Who can join? Anyone. Meetings are held weekly.
What do they do? Play didgeridoos
Who can join: Open to all, although it helps if you know your didj from you yidaki from your mago.
Man dressed as pirate (Shutterstock.com)
What do they do? Find a beach, light a huge fire and brush up on their pirate skills
Who can join? Anyone who is prepared to make appearances as a pirate at public events and educate people about the golden age of piracy.
Main image: Traditional club (Shutterstock.com)
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