Manchester Consular Association Gala Dinner 17/11/17

Manchester Consular Association's (MCA) Annual Dinner will be a celebration of Finland's 100 years and will be looking to the future on Friday 17th November 2017.  To book, see contact details for Chris Rostron below.   NB update 16/09/2017 including new price
The event will promote Finland to the countries represented by the MCA's Consul Generals, Honorary Consuls representing over 30 countries,  also local dignitaries: such as the Lord Lieutenant, who represents the Queen; the High Sherriff, who represents the British Judiciary; the Lord Mayors and Mayors representing the Local councils in the Manchester Area.

The Ambassador of Finland in the UK is the Guest of Honour and the Honorary Consul of Finland will be the President of the Manchester Consular Association. Their speeches will help raise the profile of Finland by showing how Finnish products are part of everyone's daily life, and promote Finland, its achievements and future direction at the event.

Secondly, the event will provide a Gala occasion for the Finns in Manchester and the surrounding regions to celebrate the occasion of Finland's 100 years of Independence.

The venue is the iconic Monastery in Manchester which has been magnificently restored to its former glory and is a fitting venue for this prestigious event in Manchester.

It is intended that Finnish organisations e.g. Finnair who fly twice daily direct to Finland, will be attending to help promote their images. The world famous Chetham's School of Music are being invited to provide musical entertainment for the guests.

The cost will be approx. £55 per person, including some drinks.
Contact Chris Rostron Honorary Consul of Finland for more information and bookings.
chris.rostron@ntlworld.com
or tel. 01663 764799

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  1. Thanks for sharing this outstanding post. My friend went for a sports meet at one of the open spaced event venues in San Francisco recently. Was impressed with the location and all necessary arrangements. Thinking to accompany her for the next meet in a couple of weeks.

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