CLIG Annual General meeting 2009

Wednesday, 19th August 2009 at 7:30pm till 11:30pm

Members please join us at Ye Olde Mitre for our AGM and traditional pub fayre (buy your own drinks).

Wednesday 19th August

Upstairs, Ye Olde Mitre,

1 Ely Court, between Hatton Gardens & Ely Place,

 London  EC1N 6SJ

The business of the AGM will begin promptly at 6.30pm and conclude by 7pm. A finger buffet of traditional Ye Olde Mitre fayre will be available from 7pm onwards.

This year's AGM will be held in the famous award winning Ye Olde Mitre pub off Hatton Garden.  Rebuilt in 1772 on land owned by the Bishops of Ely, Cambridgeshire, the pub was originally opened in 1546 to refresh the servants of the adjacent Bishop's palace.  A preserved cherry tree (around which Good Queen Bess is alleged to have danced) in the environs of the Mitre marks the boundary between the land leased to Hatton and the bishop's garden.  During the English Civil War the tavern was used as both a prison and a hospital.

Finding Ye Olde Mitre can be a challenge because it is located mid-way along an alleyway that connects Hatton Garden with Ely Place, the ends of which are covered and accessible via a doorway between two buildings.  Look for the Bishop's Mitre picture above a doorway between two jewellers on Hatton Garden.  We hope you will join us for the AGM and stay for an enjoyably social evening of drinks and nibbles with your friends and colleagues.

To book a place at the AGM, please download a booking form below and follow the instrcutions. We look forward to seeing you there!

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