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Northumbria University Bar Dinner 2019

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Newcastle Civic Centre

Northumbria University Bar Professional Training Course Regional Dinner 
Newcastle Civic Centre
Friday 14th June 2019, 6.45pm

Dress: Lounge Suits

Northumbria University is holding a Regional Dinner on Friday 14 June at Newcastle Civic Centre which will count as one qualifying session towards Call for the Bar Professional Training Course Students. We would be delighted if you can attend as one of our guests. 

The drinks reception will take place at 6.45pm - 7.45pm and dinner will begin at 8.00pm.

To attend please complete the registration form below.

**Students: Please note, if you are bringing a guest or have previously attended a Northumbria University regional dinner for which you have obtained a dining point, you are required to purchase a ticket. Tickets cost £46 each and you can purchase them online here.**

The dinner menu is available to view here. If you have any queries, please email nu.events@northumbria.ac.uk.

Please note, the chicken served will be halal to suit all requirements.

Event Details

Newcastle Civic Centre
Banqueting Hall
Barras Bridge
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8QH

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