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The RICS North East Annual Dinner

Domain, Northumbria University Students' Union

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Celebrating 50 years of partnership with Northumbria University

This year, the RICS North East Annual Dinner will be taking place at Northumbria University Students’ Union, to celebrate 50 years of Surveying Education at Northumbria, in partnership with RICS, from 1973-2023.

Expect fabulous food and entertainment in the heart of Newcastle.

 

Dress code: black tie

 

Programme for the evening

6:30pm - Arrivals

7.15pm - Call to dinner

12.00am - Carriages

 

Table of 10 - £540.00 +VAT

Individual Bookings - £54.00 +VAT

Please note: if a whole table is required, you must book a table of 10, or there will be individual ticket holders sat on the same table. Please select 1 dinner ticket and 9 guests. When booking a corporate table of 10 and guest names are as yet unknown, please add your organisation details- per guest. Prior to the dinner, a form will be sent to all ticket holders to request meal choices, dietary requirements and access requirements.

BOOK HERE

 

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Event Details

Domain, Northumbria University Students' Union
2 Sandyford Road
Newcastle Upon Tyne
NE1 8SB


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