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AGSFP Dinner at House of Commons, Friday 17th June 2022

Come and join FPs, family and guests for a great evening at the House of Commons this summer, hosted by fellow FP, John Stevenson (MP for Carlisle)
24 Feb 2022
Written by Graham Thomson
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I hope you are all well and prospering! The good news is that our dinner at the House of Commons on Friday 17th June, hosted by fellow FP John Stevenson, is definitely on and we've paid a deposit to secure the room (seating 54). The event is open to all FPs (London Centre and beyond) plus their family and guests, but tickets will be on a first come first served basis and limited to 4 tickets per booking.  The cost for each ticket will be £95 which includes a welcome drink, 3 course dinner & coffee plus wine on the table. There will also be a bar where you can buy your own drinks.

Closer to the time we will advise of exact timings and dress code, but we would be looking for guests to arrive by 6pm for pre-dinner drinks on the terrace and a tour of the House for those interested.


Payment details are as follows:

 Account Name: Aberdeen Grammar School Former Pupils' Club London Centre

Account Number: 60100004

Sort code:82-12-08

Payment reference : Your name plus number of tickets e.g., Graham Thomson 2.

 

Please also let me know via email (gcthomson501@gmail.com) when you have purchased your tickets as this is still a postal account! Please confirm the number of tickets and names of all attendees.


If possible, please can you make your payments before the middle of March so that we can be confident of numbers. 


Best regards

Graham Thomson

 London Centre Secretary

(School years 1979-1983)

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