• 28 Feb 2024
  • In-person
  • Networking

Dining Club

Great start to the 2024 Dining Club evenings as we welcome John Knight, CEO Hospice Isle of Man.

Sponsored by Lloyds Bank International

This event has been cancelled.

Great start to the 2024 Dining Club evenings as we welcome John Knight, CEO Hospice Isle of Man.

Book now for our exclusive Dining Club.

Hosted at The Claremont Hotel, guests will have an opportunity to connect with fellow members before enjoying a tempting three course meal.

We are delighted to welcome John Knight, CEO Hospice Isle of Man as our guest speaker.

Designed as a small private dinner with around 30 attendees, the evening is held under Chatham House Rules, so that the guest speaker can chat openly and honestly with the understanding they will not be quoted outside the room.


The Dining Club will begin at 7.00pm with pre-dinner drinks.

A set three course meal will be served from 7:30pm followed by tea/coffee. One welcome drink is included on arrival with the ticket price.

The bar will be open for additional purchases.

Booking two or more tickets please contact [email protected] and an invoice will be issued.

Once booked Rachel will contact you to confirm any dietary requirements.

Attire - lounge suits.

Refunds - refunds are available until 14th February.


IoD Isle of Man is kindly supported by Lloyds Bank International.


John Knight

John gained a degree in Sports Studies from Newcastle Polytechnic, graduating in 1986. He then worked in outdoor education for 17 years primarily with young offenders from the North East of the UK leading expeditions to France, Canada, Romania and extensively in Norway. In a moment of more mature clarity John then realised that there was a limited future in caving, kayaking and sleeping on hillsides! This led him to studying for a Diploma in Management then followed by an MBA via distance learning from Strathclyde University.

John has worked for a number of charities as Chief Executive both in the UK and here in the Isle of Man. He is passionate about several things; at work it is to ensure that maximum impact is generated and returned to those that a charity is set up to serve, externally he has delivered many programmes around leadership, senior team facilitation and development, and then finally he loves the outdoors and in particular endurance events – within which he describes himself more as a completer rather than a competitor.

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