Welcome to
Kelvin Grove

Mention the name, Kelvin Grove, to those who have not yet experienced the many faceted nature of this unique club, and words that may spring to mind are: history, heritage, tradition and excellence. Kelvin Grove has a long-standing reciprocity with the most prestigious Clubs in the world for the benefit of members.

Latest Events

  • 14
    December
    CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON TEA Join us for a festive afternoon, as we celebrate International...
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  • 18
    December
    KG HEALTH TALKS SPEAKER: Dr Dave Smith TOPIC: CPR and the use of AEDs...
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  • 24
    December
    CHRISTMAS EVE DINNER IN THE BALLROOM Catering          : A Plated starter with a delicious main course...
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  • 24
    December
    CHRISTMAS EVE DINNER IN THE TERRACE RESTAURANT Catering          : A Five Course Festive Set Menu Entertainment :...
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  • 31
    December
    NEW YEAR’S EVE IN THE BALLROOM Venue              : The Ballroom Time                 : 19:30 for 20:00 Catering         ...
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BECOME A MEMBER

As an exclusive social and sports Club, and being the biggest Sports Club in South Africa, Kelvin Grove is the ultimate venue to enjoy sport, entertain friends or meet new people. The Club provides a pleasant and social environment at very reasonable rates. With so much on offer, why not be part of a community of people of all ages, cultures and creeds and become a members of this wonderful "home away from home".

Download the PDF application form below. Read more here to find out if you qualify for membership and here to view all membership benefits. Download the Club Brochure here. Download the Wedding Brochure here.

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With the current water crisis​ ​in the Western Cape, we're doing all we can to save water at the Club​.​​
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Chairman’s Column

Chairman’s Column Winter 2017

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24 May 2018

Cape Town`s first winter rain of any significance arrived in the last week of April, an event welcomed by all that, not only lifted the mood but also brought long awaited relief to many a dry suburban garden and empty water storage tanks. Our average dam position of just under 21% remains dangerously low but we need substantial rains in the catchment areas over the next few months to meaningfully improve the position as a 0.9% increase after that first... View Article

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