St Cuthbert's Day lunch 2018
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When:
   Saturday, 24 March 2018 - 1:00pm
Where: 
The Mall Tavern
71 Palace Gardens Terrace
London
W8 4RU
United Kingdom

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Event Details

Come and catch up with Cuths friends at the third annual St Cuthbert's Day lunch, and celebrate the Saint's day after whom our Society was named.

This is a great opportunity to spend some time with friends, former roommates, members of your old sports team, society or band, and to meet some new Cuthberts faces.

Partners are always welcome at Alumni Association events so do bring them along.

 

Venue

We will be returning to the Mall Tavern in Notting Hill where we had a fantastic time in 2016, including fundraising for aluma Gemma Collis' fund to compete at the Rio 2016 Paralympic games.

You can see event photos from both 2016 and 2017 via the links at the bottom of the page. More information about the Mall Tavern can be found on their website http://www.themallw8.com/.

 

 

Booking

Tickets are £37.50 and include 2 courses and wine. A 10% discount is available for recent graduates (2013 - 2018). A small donation is included in the price to support our fundraising for the JCR and the ongoing management of the Association.

To book, you can:

1. Preferred option: Pay by bank transfer

    2. Send us a cheque

          • Address: St Cuthbert's Association, Flat 7 Cedar Court, 23 Brook Avenue, Ascot, Berks, SL5 7QW
          • Please include names of everybody in your party (and dietary requirements)

      3. Book online using our secure payment 

      Graduation year of guests (+1s at same price):

       

       

      Photos from the 2017 event [full album here]:

      In 2017 we lunched at the Market Tavern in Mayfair, a London venue with the same name as the Durham pub in which the Society was founded in 1888. 

      Pub in Mayfair Pub in Mayfair  


      Photos from the 2016 event [full album here]:


      Held at the Mall Tavern in Notting Hill, we were treated to an excellent lunch (and incredible dessert), before heading upstairs to watch the Six Nations. Gemma Collis sent a video diary to thank the Association for helping her fundraising campaign to be able to travel and compete at the Rio 2016 Paralympics.