Update 22nd January: Tickets are now sold out. To be placed on a waiting list please contact Shelagh Fleming at the ICE. " />
Update 22nd January: Tickets are now sold out. To be placed on a waiting list please contact Shelagh Fleming at the ICE.
Tickets for the BGA 56th Rankine Dinner in honour of the 2016 Rankine Lecturer, Prof Richard Jardine, to be held at Imperial College on Wednesday 16 th March 2016, will be available for purchase from Friday 15th January 2016 via the Meetings and Events page of the BGA website.
The cost remains at £85.00 per person but patrons may only purchase a maximum of two tables of 10 places each at a cost of £850.00 per table; it is not necessary to nominate guests unless they have special dietary or access requirements. (NB: the BGA is not registered for VAT.)
The ICE website is hosting the online booking system for the 2016 Rankine Dinner Tickets, which is designed to allow delegates to book themselves and guests on to events, either individually or as table bookings. It can now accommodate bookings made on behalf of other people, ie where the person making the booking is not attending the event, although patrons are encouraged to make their bookings personally. If you are not an ICE/BGA member you must register as a non-member before booking tickets. It is not necessary to nominate guests unless they have special dietary or access requirements but if you are booking two tables please nominate a separate host for each table. However, should you experience any problems in making a booking, please e-mail your request (and telephone number), quoting your ICE/BGA membership number, to the BGA Co-ordinator, at Shelagh.email@example.com who will contact you for credit card details and make the booking “offline”. Provisional bookings cannot be accepted and tickets will be sold strictly on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note that “offline” bookings are: i) Subject to availability ii) Processed in order of receipt of enquiry iii) Not secured until the credit card payment procedure has been completed.
Contact Shelagh Fleming at Shelagh.firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7665 2007 for further information.