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Christmas Social - IWA Manchester Branch Meeting
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Come join us for this month’s Open Meeting on Monday 11th December, at 7.15pm in the Castlefield Hotel.

It’s Christmas Social with a Jacob’s Feast accompanied by two fascinating  YouTube videos by Martin Zero

We will start gathering 7.15pm at the Castlefield Hotel on Liverpool Road, Manchester M3 4JR for 7.30pm start in one of the ground floor conference rooms. The entrance to the hotel is on the side facing towards Deansgate overlooking the Castlefield outdoor arena. The talk is free to attend and everyone is welcome.

 

Branch
IWA Manchester Branch
Event Dates

Monday 11th December 2023

Location

Manchester

IWA

Christmas Social – IWA Manchester Branch Meeting

Come join us for this month’s Open Meeting on Monday 11th December, at 7.15pm in the Castlefield Hotel.

It’s Christmas Social with a Jacob’s Feast accompanied by two fascinating  YouTube videos by Martin Zero

We will start gathering 7.15pm at the Castlefield Hotel on Liverpool Road, Manchester M3 4JR for 7.30pm start in one of the ground floor conference rooms. The entrance to the hotel is on the side facing towards Deansgate overlooking the Castlefield outdoor arena. The talk is free to attend and everyone is welcome.

 

Details

Time

7.15pm

Please arrive at 19:15 for the 19:30 start.

Contact

Phil Broughton

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us: [email protected]

Venue

Castlefield Hotel

Liverpool Road, Manchester M3 4JR – corner of Liverpool Road and Potato Wharf

The entrance to the hotel is on the side facing towards Deansgate overlooking the Castlefield outdoor arena.

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Location

Manchester

The Castlefield Hotel, Manchester, UK

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