• This meeting is open to BPNS members and other professionals working in relevant areas, but not to patients or members of the general public without advance permission.
Thursday dinner for BPNS SFNP meeting 2022
Start Date
End Date
Thursday 1 Dec 2022 18:15 PM
Thursday 1 Dec 2022 23:00 PM
Churchill War Rooms, Clive Steps, King Charles Street, London, SW1A 2AQ

A great opportunity for a fine dinner at a fascinating historical venue with UK and French colleagues.  This heavily subsidised dinner is exceptional value and follows the first day of our BPNS SFNP meeting.  Don't forget to login to our website before booking if you are a member; this is necessary for associate members to unlock cheaper rates.  Ordinary members are paying the same as guest members so as not to charge more for our French guests.  French trainees should contact SFNP honorary secretary Dr Marion Masingue to request the cheaper rates available to our associate members.

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1 public ticket @ £50.00
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