It’s not too late to book a place at the 32nd annual Bangor Grammarians London Dinner, which takes place on Friday 24 March at the Wesley Hotel, 81-103 Euston Street. Even if you can’t make it yourself, don’t hesitate to pass on the information to someone you know who might be interested in attending an event that is always a highlight of the London social scene!
Follow this link for details about how to books tickets:
Guest speaker is old boy Joel Mawhinney, who was a great success at the Bangor Dinner in November 2016. Although Joel has only recently left BGS, for the past 13 years he has combined his practical knowledge of human psychology, influence and deception to begin a unique career as one of the UK’s only “Mentalists”. A guest speaker with a difference!
As for the dinner, here are the details –
Drinks at 6.30 / Dinner at 7.30
You will be able to make your selection from the following options
Buffalo mozzarella, slow cooked tomato, focaccia bread and rocket salad. (v)
Prawn cocktail with crisp lettuce and caper berries (gf)
Chicken & Chorizo terrine with chorizo jam and basil mayo.
Wild mushrooms, spinach, cheddar cheese strudel, roasted tomato and sesame chutney with parmesan cream (v)
Pan-fried bream, confit plum cherry tomato, fennel, white asparagus, saffron potatoes and coriander leaves. (gf)
Slow cooked shoulder of lamb, curly kale, fondant potatoes & red winer jus (gf)
Sticky toffee pudding
(gf) – gluten free (v) – vegetarian
STAYING AT THE WESLEY
Some of you may wish to book a room for the night of the dinner and, as always, a promotional code for the hotel has been organised; however, you will almost certainly be able to book something cheaper within comfortable stumbling distance, so please do Google appropriately!
To use the promotional code please commence a booking on the Wesley website and on the top right corner of the web page click on “Enter your access or promotional code” and select option 3: Promo/Corporate Code and enter the code as BG17. The price should show as £155 (single) or £165 (double); any problems please contact the hotel directly and ask to speak to Faraz Saeed.
Here’s that all-important link again: