Scottish Dinner 2019



Scottish Court & Livery Dinner

As you know, the Company has very strong links with the distilling industry in Scotland and, from the point of view of a Livery Company of the City of London, our dinners there represent an opportunity to meet the Scotch Whisky Distillers, Blenders and the Gin Distillers. 

A Court and Livery Dinner will be held at the Signet Library.  The Signet Library is one of Edinburgh's most iconic venues and is steeped in history. It is a very impressive building and was described by King George IV as "the finest drawing room in Europe". The Signet Library is owned by the Society of Writers to Her Majesty's Signet, known as the WS Society - a society of Solicitors.

Invitation cards (“Pour Memoire” only) will then be sent to you for yourself and for your guest(s) two weeks before the event. Please note the dress code is Black Tie and Livery Badges. 

If you wish to book on line for more than 10 guests, please contact the Clerk's Office Direct.

 

September 12th, 2019 6:30 PM   to   11:59 PM
Signet Library
Parliament Square,
Edinburgh, EH1 1RF
United Kingdom

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Event Fee £ 120.00 (includes VAT of £ 20.00)

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