Senior Fellows' Society AGM 2019

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Many thanks for registering for Senior Fellows' AGM, we look forward to seeing you and hope you enjoy the day. Please note - You will not have to print tickets but do let us know if you have any further questions. Rosie Jeyaraj rcsevents@rcseng.ac.uk 0207 869 6262

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The Royal Air Force Club

128 Piccadilly

London

W1J 7PY

United Kingdom

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

Sales Have Ended

Ticket sales have ended
Many thanks for registering for Senior Fellows' AGM, we look forward to seeing you and hope you enjoy the day. Please note - You will not have to print tickets but do let us know if you have any further questions. Rosie Jeyaraj rcsevents@rcseng.ac.uk 0207 869 6262
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10.15am Morning guided tours of Apsley House and Wellington Arch*

1pm Registration and lunch

2pm Annual General Meeting

2.15pm RCS business - Neil Mortensen

2.45pm Clubfoot - David Jones

3.25pm Refreshment break

4pm Corneal transplantations: Layer by layer - Sophie Jones

4.40pm Burma Road Medicine - Geoff Gill

5.20pm Is Wagner bad for your health? - Patrick Wilkins

6pm Bristol, June 2020 - John Newman

6.15pm Pre-dinner drinks reception

7pm Dinner



*Morning visits

In the morning we will have a guided tour of Apsley House as well as a guided vist to the historical Wellington Arches where The Queen’s Life Guard pass under on the way to Change the Guard at Horseguards.

Apsley House is internationally famous as the home of the 1st Duke of Wellington and his descendants. It is also significant as a restored historic house, a celebration of Regency style, a museum commemorating the 1st Duke and the home of an outstanding collection of decorative and fine art. Perhaps the most important aspect of the interiors at Apsley House is the magnificent collection of fine and decorative arts, formerly part of the collections of the 1st Duke of Wellington. Over 3,000 fine paintings, sculptures, and works or art fashioned in silver, porcelain, porphyry, batons, swords and orders, given to Britain’s greatest military hero by grateful emperors, tsars and kings, are on display.

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The Royal Air Force Club

128 Piccadilly

London

W1J 7PY

United Kingdom

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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