BSRA revives Birmingham dinner
UK: After a gap of five years, the Birmingham Society of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning is reviving its annual charity dinner.
Having reformed the Society last year with a programme of regular meetings, the committee went on to successfully resurrect the annual golf day in June and has now announced its first BSRA Charity Dinner after a five year hiatus.
In a nod to tradition the event will return to its former venue at the Albany Hotel, now the Holiday Inn, on Friday November 25.
“This was always a very successful event and we are hoping to attract at least 200 to this year’s event,” said BSRA chair Paul Singh.
Tickets are priced at £90.
For further details and to book, contact Paul Singh on [email protected]
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