The congress Social Programme will be designed to make delegates feel welcome and maximise interactions between the participants. In particular we wish to encourage interactions between young and established researchers. Therefore, the Social Programme will emphasise “mix and mingle” with a flavour of Scottish culture as the unique backdrop. Glasgow offers an ideal environment for this as Scottish hospitality is legendary and has highlights to offer that can make even a short stay an experience to remember.
Delegates will be invited to enjoy:
Monday 9 July 2012
The Welcome Reception takes place on Monday 9 July 2012 at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. Admission to the Welcome Reception is included within the delegate registration fee.
The Civic Reception will take place at the City Chambers in the heart of Glasgow, five minutes walking distance from the congress venue, on Tuesday 10 July 2012.
Entry to the Civic Reception is included within the delegate fee.
The Congress Dinner will be held in the breath taking auditorium of the Oran Mor, Glasgow on Wednesday 11 July 2012. This converted church stands proudly at the top of Byres Road in Glasgow's West End and as well as retaining the original features of the church, The Gallery also combines a contemporary feel. Beneath the celestial ceiling mural by Alasdair Gray, one of Scotland's largest pieces of public art, guests can enjoy the fine food and impeccable service.
Congress Dinner tickets are priced at £48 per person inclusive of VAT.
For accompanying persons, we have organised a Glasgow City Bus Tour. This half day tour is a short introduction to Glasgow and will cover a panoramic tour of the City Centre, including the River Clyde, the histotric Cathedral and Merchant City, the Georgian grandeur of Blythswood Square, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and the University Campus. We drive through the Clude Tunnel to visit the Burrell Art Collection in Pollok Country Park with the chance to see the largest herd of Highland Cattle in Britiain. The tour will take place between 13:30-17:00 on Tuesday 10 July 2012.
The Accompanying Persons Programme is £100 including VAT. This fee includes:
-Admission to the welcome reception in The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on Monday 9 July 2012
-Accompanying Persons Tour as detailed above
-Admission to the Civic Reception in Glasgow City Chambers on Tuesday 10 July 2012
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