Tickets available for IoR dinner
UK: Bookings are now being taken for the next annual Institute of Refrigeration dinner at the Grange St Paul’s Hotel on Thursday February 16.
Tickets for this, the 117th, event are priced at £125+VAT for members and £140+VAT for non-members. Tables of 10 and 12 are also available.
The original “fridge dinner”, this annual event is traditionally where contractors and manufacturers, engineers and technicians come together as individuals to celebrate achievement and support the Institute of Refrigeration.
The event includes the usual welcome drinks reception, a three-course meal including 1/2 bottle wine per person, after-dinner speaker and awards presentation.
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