Come to our Annual General Meeting and hear how the Society is doing, and be entertained by our guest speaker Bill Turnbull. After 15 years presenting BBC Breakfast, Bill ditched the early alarm call in favour of a more tranquil life in Suffolk. Bill currently hosts the BBC One quiz show 'Think Tank' as well as his weekend morning show on Classic FM.
For this event only, members may bring along one guest (member or non-member) but please register them in the usual way.
WHERE? Trinity Park, Ipswich
Places are not limited for this event but for catering purposes we do ask you to register in the usual way.
We are no longer accepting registration for this event
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