Might This Be Of Interest: Cambridge Society of Liverpool

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The Cambridge Society of Liverpool

Part of the University of Cambridge global alumni network, Liverpool “Camsoc”, meets around once a month, offering a variety of events to alumni, their friends and family. Events and activities have included: monthly networking drinks, Freshers “Welcome to Cambridge” event in September, The Athenaeum Annual Quiz,  Athenaeum Debates: “Is free speech still alive in universities” and the Secret Gardens of Oxton.

Our next events are:

A private view of the Victoria Gallery and Museum, Liverpool University, followed by lunch at the pen factory, Saturday 6th April

The Secret Gardens of Oxton Sunday 12th May

Summer drinks evening, The Club House, Liverpool One, Thursday 13th June

Please contact Georgina Ritson (Proprietor) for more information:  camsocliverpool@gmail.com

https://www.alumni.cam.ac.uk/group/cambridge-society-of-liverpool

 

With thanks and best wishes

Georgina

Might Be Of Interest: Propeller Club Lunch – RRS Sir David Attenborough

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The below event is not affiliated with the Athenaeum, however, has been organised in conjunction with a Proprietor.

Propeller Club Liverpool lunches have grown a reputation for delivering fascinating maritime speakers, and this time around Captain Simon Mills – the delivery Master of RRS Sir David Attenborough is speaking on the inception, building, launch and delivery of this amazing new vessel. From the Boaty McBoatface furore through to delivering one of the most technologically advanced ships the Mersey has ever seen, Captain Mills will tell us all about the sea trials and tribulations of translating the hopes, dreams and desires of our polar ambitions into red steel and thousands of kilometres of cable.

The lunch also sees the passing of the baton, as Propeller Club President Steven Jones – who many of you may know – ends his two years at the helm. This is an event not to be missed, and Propeller Club has invited Athenaeum Proprietors to join them at the Racquet Club on Friday, April 5th at their special member’s rate.

To book or to find out more see, https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/propeller-club-liverpool-april-2019-lunch-tickets-58257778584