The 70th Annual North West Branch Annual Dinner will take place on Thursday 18 May 2017 at The Principal Manchester (formerly The Palace Hotel). This hugely popular annual event is one of the largest in the NI calendar with a regular attendance of almost 600 industry leaders. The Guest of Honour and keynote speaker at this year's event will be Corhyn Parr Group Vice President, Nuclear & Environment International at AECOM.
Comedian Patrick Monahan is the after dinner speaker.
After dinner there will be opportunities for continued networking in the music free dinner room, or guests can move to the after dinner entertainment area where live music will be provided. Both areas will have a late bar. Ticket prices have been held at the 2016 rates. Tickets for the 2017 dinner include: a welcome drink for each attendee at the drinks reception preceding the dinner and a small allocation of wine on each dinner table.
Booking now open
Booking is now open for the 70th Nuclear Institute North West Branch Dinner. Ticket prices have been held at the 2016 rates and include a drink on arrival for each attendee at the drinks reception preceding the dinner. There will also be a small allocation of wine on each dinner table. To book your table download a booking form here and return your completed form to email@example.com.
A number of excellent opportunities are still available for your company to sponsor the 70th Annual North West Branch Dinner. To learn more about sponsorship packages, please download the Sponsorship Brochure.
For information about the dinner or to enquire about sponsorship packages please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have arranged some rates with local hotels, which can be viewed here.
For other accommodation options, please click here.
Manchester is an extremely busy events city; early booking of accommodation is strongly encouraged.
Click here to download a copy of the event poster.
Upcoming Dates for this event
- Thu 18 May 2017
- Thu 11 May 2017
- The Principal Manchester (formerly Palace Hotel), Oxford St, Manchester