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IoD Cambridgeshire Prestigious Annual Dinner 2017

21 Sep 2017
St Johns' College, Cambridge

Guest Speaker: Martin Bell OBE - IoD Cambridgeshire Prestigious Annual Dinner 2017. Dinner with a difference - wonderful food, amazing setting, fascinating speaker and supporting the wonderful work of the Papworth Trust. A chance to meet with top Cambridgeshire Directors in a relaxed atmosphere.

Key details

Date & time: 21 Sep 2017 19:00 - 23:30
Location: St Johns' College, Cambridge
CPD Hours:

Prices from

85.00 GBP + VAT - Full Price Member
99.00 GBP + VAT - Full Price Guest/Non Member

Event manager:
Ms Sharon Scotcher
Contact phone:
07739657939

You are invited to join us for our Annual Dinner in the splendid 16th Century Dining Hall at St Johns' College, Cambridge.

This year the charity we are supporting is Papworth Trust who are celebrating 100 years of supporting disabled people get the care, work and housing they need.

"When I heard George Osborne was editor of the Evening Standard I thought it was fake news!" says Martin Bell OBE on 17 March 2017. "I think there is a potential conflict of interest. If there is a big editorial issue which conflicts with a Commons vote, which has priority?

Still very much 'in the mix' we are pleased to welcome Martin Bell OBE as guest speaker for the IoD Cambridgeshire Annual Dinner. More information regarding Martin is below.

++ Please note: if you have any issues booking your tickets via the website please contact Sharon Scotcher on Tel: 07739657939 or via admin.cambridgeshire@iod.net  ++

Speakers

Martin Bell OBE, UNICEF Ambassador
A former broadcast war reporter and former independent politician who became MP for Tatton from 1997 to 2001.

Martin is sometimes known as "the man in the white suit".

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Pricing

Prices from

85.00 GBP + VAT - Full Price Member
99.00 GBP + VAT - Full Price Guest/Non Member

This event is closed.


Location
  • St Johns' College
  • St Johns Street
  • Cambridge
  • CB2 1TP