At The Midland Hotel
Wednesday 1st July 2015
Celebrate the week and join us for a night of celebrations at The Midland Hotel in a fantastic banqueting suite.
The Midland Hotel was opened in September 1903. It was built by the Midland Railway to serve Manchester Central railway station - its northern terminus for its rail services to London St. Pancras. It faces onto St Peter's Square. The hotel was designed by Charles Trubshaw in a highly-individualistic Edwardian Baroque style. It is a Grade II listed building.
A drinks reception at 1900, kindly sponsored by Gatan, will get the evening started followed by a wonderful three-course meal, with brief, light-hearted speeches, and dancing to follow.
The dress code for the evening is smart attire.