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Leicestershire Branch AGM 2024 - River Trent Talk
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Gate Hangs Well Syston Leicestershire

The Leicestershire Branch AGM  2024 will be held at the Gate Hangs Well in Syston, Leicestershire, LE7 1NH. We look forward to seeing you on Thursday 8th February 2024  at 7.30pm. The guest speaker for this event will be Nick Roberts, of Trentlink. He will talk about various aspects of the River Trent.

If you arrive early the Gate Hangs Well has a very nice restaurant, so you can eat prior to the event if you wish. Thursdays is normally fish night; however other items are on the menu.

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IWA Leicestershire Branch
Event Dates

Thursday 8th February

Location

Leicester

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Leicestershire Branch AGM 2024 – River Trent Talk

The Leicestershire Branch AGM  2024 will be held at the Gate Hangs Well in Syston, Leicestershire, LE7 1NH. We look forward to seeing you on Thursday 8th February 2024  at 7.30pm. The guest speaker for this event will be Nick Roberts, of Trentlink. He will talk about various aspects of the River Trent.

If you arrive early the Gate Hangs Well has a very nice restaurant, so you can eat prior to the event if you wish. Thursdays is normally fish night; however other items are on the menu.

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Time

7.30 p.m.

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Location

Leicester

The Gate Hangs Well Public House, Fosse Way, Leicester, UK

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