REME J L U Reunion
20th September 2013
Birmingham Radisson Hotel
Programme of Events
Arrive pm 20th September 2013-06-26
Dinner Reception 1900 hrs Banquet Hall Reception
1945 hrs – Dinner
Menu :See Appendix “A”
2130 After Dinner Presentation and Speakers Corner.
“The most embarrassing moment in life”
3 Guest Speakers
Retire to the Bar.
10.30 A trip to the Military Arboretum Stafford.
1300 Pub Lunch
Afternoon free tour around Birmingham Canal Wharf Area
Very worthwhile and interesting event.
1900 Dinner Canal Bistro Restaurant for those who stay over.
Information about the Hotel, Area and BOOKING INFORMATION:
12 Holloway Circus Queensway – B1 1BT – Birmingham
|Rebecca SmithMeetings and Events SupervisorT: +44 (0) 121 654 6000,D: +44 (0) 121 654 6000F: +44 (0) 121 654 6004
Radisson Blu HotelBirmingham
Friday night accommodation in a standard double room for sole occupancy at £112 BB
Friday night accommodation in a standard double room for double occupancy at £121 BB
Friday & Saturday accommodation in a standard double room for sole occupancy at £102 BB per room per night
Friday & Saturday accommodation in a standard double room for double occupancy at £111 BB per room per night
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