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On 17 November 2016 we held our first AGM and annual dinner at Hotel du Vin in Bristol.
The evening was a busy one - Acting Secretary Gemma Pouncy gave a run-down of the group's activities in 2016, which included:
We then ratified the group's constitution and (in what was possibly – or possibly not – the most hotly debated election of November 2016!) held our first elections for the committee. Please click here to see the members of the new committee.
There followed plenty of time to meet, chat and enjoy a wonderful three course meal.
Thank you to everybody who joined us, and for all of the ongoing support from members and committee alike. In all of the excitement, we forgot to take any pictures so if you have any photographs of the event which you would like to share, please email them over! We hope that you enjoyed the evening, and look forward to seeing you at another event soon.
When: Thursday 17 November 2016
Where: Hotel du Vin, The Sugar House, Narrow Lewins Mead, Bristol BS1 2NU
Dress Code: Smart Casual
OUSoc Bristol and Bath members and guests are invited to join us for our first annual dinner and AGM at the beautiful Grade II listed former sugar warehouses of Hotel du Vin.
The ticket price will include a three course meal and coffee at Hotel du Vin, with an opportunity to mingle with old friends and new both prior to, and over dinner. There will be a cash bar available, both before and during dinner.
We will also give a brief overview of the group's activities in 2016 and vote for the new committee going forwards.
18:30 AGM, including committee reports and 2016 elections
19:00 Pre-dinner drinks
Please note that in the event of non-attendance we regret that refunds cannot be given.
The next book club meeting will take place in January 2018:
Date and time: 7 pm, Thu, 4 Jan 2018
Venue: Central Bristol
Book: Edmund Burke: The Visionary who Invented Modern Politics, Jesse Norman
If you're interested in joining please email email@example.com.
We are pleased to invite members and guests to our latest event - a themed wine tasting class. The tasting is themed "Europe versus the Rest of the World" and will be led by qualified wine instructor Ian Abrahams.
The dinner menu for the Annual General Meeting has been made available: