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2016 Gloucestershire Professionals Dinner

PUBLISHED: 12:42 29 February 2016 | UPDATED: 09:36 07 March 2016

2016 Gloucestershire Professionals Dinner

2016 Gloucestershire Professionals Dinner

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Hosted by WESCA Gloucestershire Group, the Gloucestershire Professionals Dinner now in its ninth year and it is an opportunity for the local professional community to catch up with old friends and meet new contacts. Attended by over 200 local accountants, lawyers, bankers, surveyors, financial advisors and other professional service businesses, the event has been a huge success to date.

Each year the event supports a local charity. This year we are delighted to support the Hollie Gazzard Trust which does such a brilliant job across our county and neighbouring counties. A collection is held on the evening in aid of the Hollie Gazzard Trust and a donation is also made from the ticket sales. Previous dinners have raised up to £3,500 for the nominated charity. The Gloucestershire Professionals dinner aims to provide an opportunity to bring together the local professional community to talk, do business, and network whilst relaxing for a fun evening with like minded professionals.

Entertainment: Siblings Distillery and Benjamin Chocolatier, two hugely successful local businesses will be joining us for a light hearted interview of their business stories. Gin and chocolate – sure to be a mouth watering spectacle!

Event Details

Thursday April 14 at Cheltenham Ladies College

7.00pm: Drinks reception

7.45pm: Guests Seated for dinner

8pm: Welcome from WESCA Gloucestershire Group Chairman

8.10pm: 3 Course dinner

11.30pm: Carriages

Dress code: Black Tie

Ticket price: £58

Last year’s dinner sold out so please do book early to avoid disappointment.

Tables are for a maximum of 10. If you are booking single tickets for yourself or for a few people, please provide details when booking on Event Brite, e.g. if you have a request for all guests to sit together or are buying tickets to share with another company on mixed tables We do take care with the seating plan to make sure that everybody’s requests are met. There will be an opportunity to pre-order wine for tables – or to order on the night.

To order tickets please contact: Matthew Capell, Hazlewoods LLP

email: Matthew.Capell@hazlewoods.co.uk

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