Presidents Annual Dinner 2012

19th August 2012

  Star of TV's One Foot In The Grave Richard Wilson will be joining us as this years keynote speaker.

Richard has had a fascinating career, starting as a lab technician and then landing the role of cantankerous old Victor Meldrew in the famous series. Very un-like his on-screen persona, Richard is engaging and entertaining and promises to deliver something very different! You wont believe it.............  "Breathtaking and exceptional""Stunning""Simply beautiful - great for an event like this"Just some of the comments from the Annual Dinner 2011. Last year was the first time in the history of the Church that an event like this had taken place in the Nave. The pews were removed, the floor fixed and polished and the transformation began. The venue was simply beautiful. You can see the transformation by clicking Join us this year to celebrate in style at The Cathedral - our President Suzanne Liversidge would be delighted if you would join her at this prestigious event.  

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