The Time of Year Has Come Again
This is the 2017/18 season’s Dinner, Dance and Awards Ceremony. Come along to Eat, Drink and Dance the night away celebrating another successful year at Thamesians RFC.
Friends, Family, Wives, Girlfriends, Boyfriends – Everyone is invited to come and celebrate the evening together.
There will be a Champagne Reception, 3 Course Dinner* followed by Tea, Coffe and Homemade fudge.
The Awards Ceremony with T’s very own Jimmy Carr, Mr George Flatman, MC’ing the evening and then the Club’s favourite DJ helping us party long into the night.
Venue: Richmond Hill Hotel – Ball Room
Date: Saturday 28th April
Time: 6pm – 12:30am
Arrival: 6pm – 7pm
Dress Code: Black Tie Optional**
Ticket Price: £60.00 pp
Please see below for links to purchase tickets:
This link will allow you to pay for your ticket in full - https://pay.gocardless.com/AL00018S0X76B6
This link will allow you to set up a payment plan of 3 x £20 to come out on a monthly basis - https://pay.gocardless.com/AL00018S0N10QX
If you would like to purchase more than one ticket, I’m afraid you will have to do the process for every ticket you wish to purchase (Sorry)
If you would like to pay cash for your tickets please talk to the Social Sectary Lewis Turner
You can catch him most Saturdays at Thamesians HQ or Lewis’s Contact Information is bellow
*If you have any dietary requirements please inform Lewis of what these are so they can catered to
**This is a formal event, unfortunately club blazers can not be worn. Black Tie or Formal Suit for Men and Dresses for the Ladies Feel Free to be as flamboyant and you like
There will be a Raffle taking place on the evening, if you have a prize you could offer to the club no matter how big or small it would be greatly appreciated
Directions to Richmond Hill Hotel
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