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Book by June 10

31 May 2011

There are still places available for the June Docklands News Networking Lunch, to be held at the Hilton, South Wharf on Friday, June 17.

Our guest speaker will be NewQuay project director David Allt-Graham who has agreed to speak about MAB Corporation’s future plans for Docklands.

The lunch starts at 12 noon with tapas in Sotano and will move into Nuevo at 12.30 for a sit-down meal of either flat iron steak, 250gm with chimichurri and thick chips or grilled chicken breast with seasonal herbs and red wine jus.

Dessert will consist of pan con chocolate (bread with chocolate) or churros – Spanish doughnuts served with hot chocolate dipping sauce.  Standard and light beers, Willowglen red and white wines, soft drinks, tea and coffee will also be available.

The lunch costs $60 and bookings can be made by emailing (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Booking and payments for the June lunch need to be made by June 10.  For further information, ring 8689 7979.

The lunch will be the eighth quarterly networking event. They are held to foster good relations between local business people.

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