You may register for any of these events on-line or, should you prefer, you may telephone the Office on 020 8878 7866. For some bookings you will be diverted to an Eventbrite bookings page. Otherwise, if an event has a charge, you may pay on-line using PayPal or send payment to the Office, who can also take credit card bookings payments over the telephone.
North Richmond Autumn Curry Supper
Friday 24th November 7-10pm
13 Fitzwilliam Avenue, Richmond, TW9 2DQ
Many thanks to Cllr. Stephen and Anne Speak for hosting the event and to Stephen for doing the cooking!
Tickets are £20 to include a curry supper and wine or beer. Vegetarian options will be available.
All welcome so do bring family and friends who might like to meet some of the local members and supporters.
Join Andrew Robson OBE, Times bridge columnist and Britain's leading Bridge player for a day of Bridge. Andrew will be leading a day of bridge aimed at social players and duplicate players non-expert and non-beginners.
The day will commence at 11am and finish at 4pm. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
The picturesque and prestigious Pembroke Lodge opens its doors once more to Richmond Park N Kingston Conservatives for the flagship association event Annual Christmas dinner. The event includes a welcome flute and canapés reception followed by a three course dinner and wine, speeches, raffle and late cash bar. The key note speaker confirmed Ed Vaizey, previously Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries.
Barnes Ward Conservatives invite you for Christmas Drinks
Friday 15th December 2017
47 Melville Road
Tel: 0208 748 1125 (H)
07904 287 770 (M)
(Hosted by Fiona Keen)
Christmas Drinks, canapés, excellent raffle
£15.00 per person
Cheques payable to RPNK Conservative Association, via the RPNK website or pay on the day.
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