The distancing regulations currently in place means our Annual Rugby Dinner is postponed. The new date is Thursday 3rd December 2020 from 7.15pm and the venue remains The Old Swan Hotel.
Lewis Moody is our main speaker. Lewis’ record speaks for itself. 71 England Caps and named captain for the 2010 Tour of Australia. He’s played in 3 RWC’s, consecutive Finals, winner in 2003; runner up in 2007 and quarter finals in 2011. He toured with The British and Irish Lions to New Zealand in 2005 playing in the 2nd and 3rd tests. Not forgetting over 250 Premiership appearances during his career.
Table sizes are 10 or 12, tickets are now available priced at 45.00*. If you require a commercial invoice then VAT will need to be added to this.
Sponsor deals are also available. Our Main Sponsor package is priced at £1300 + VAT which includes:
- 1 table of 12 guests adjacent to the main table (Value £576)
- Sponsor’s area with the speaker pre dinner
- Your Logo on the front page of all Dinner Programmes
- Full Page advert in the Dinner Programme
- ‘Tagging’ your Company in all promotional activity leading up to the dinner
- Space for signage at the venue
- Photo opportunities with speakers with your logo as a backdrop
- Recognition in all speeches
- Personalised signing of memorabilia
Other sponsorship opportunities are:
- Photographer sponsorship £200 + VAT includes pictures with the speaker
- Port Sponsorship £350 +VAT includes pictures with the speaker
- Programme Ad, full page £150, half page £75 both +VAT
Should you wish to book a table, take advantage of one of our sponsor deals or need anymore information please email Julian Tatlow at email@example.com or call 07974 425996
*Includes a £17.00 voluntary contribution.
In this world of the ‘new norm’, we’ve secured a back stop date with both Lewis Moody and the Old Swan Hotel.
So, if COVID19 lock-down restrictions are re-imposed prior to 3rd December, we will re-arrange our dinner for Thursday 4th March 2021 instead.
(NB: Any monies received now will be refunded or transferred to the back stop event date instead).