Details
Date:

November 29

Time:

01:00 pm - 04:30 pm

Event Category:

Upcoming Events

Click to Register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-annual-christmas-lunch-tickets-62917736644
Organizer

NBCC

Website: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/nbcc-15674383982
Venue

The Rembrandt Hotel

11 Thurloe Place Knightsbridge, London, SW7 2RS

London, GB, SW7 2RS

Welcome to our annual Christmas Lunch at The Rembrandt Hotel!

Dear Members and Friends,

This time of year is all about tradition, great company and festive spirit. Join friends and colleagues for a seasonal gathering, celebrating the best of Norwegian and British traditions.

The event will commence with mingling and music by Elisabeth Sletta Olsen Trio followed by a buffet lunch with regional specialities and traditional British dishes reflecting the true variety of our Chambers, concluding with musical entertainment from Petter Wavold and a raffle.

We have incredible prizes for our raffle this year, and would like to thank our donors:

  • Scandikitchen
  • Ocean Bottle
  • The Norwegian Church in London
  • Bodytonic Clinic
  • The Rembrandt Hotel
  • PWE Event & Entertainment
  • The Norwegian Embassy
  • The Kernel Brewery
  • Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club
  • Sarah Duncan / Sleeping Lion

100% of the profits from the raffle will go to Bede House Southwark.

This event is in collaboration with PWE Event & Entertainment.

We are looking forward to welcoming the festive season with friends and colleagues! We promise yule will not want to miss this.

Kind Regards,

The NBCC Nissene

Bede House Southwark

Bede is a local community charity (Registered Charity No. 303199 Registered Company No. 420386). At Bede, they believe strong, confident communities enable people to flourish. That is why, since 1938, they have been working from their Bermondsey and Rotherhithe base in Southwark to support local people in creating better lives for themselves, their families and their communities.

As a local organisation, they have the flexibility to respond to changing need in their local area. To support the needs of those in their local community they run four key services: Learning Disabilities, Youth Work, Starfish Domestic Violence Project and Community Engagement. Each are aimed at bringing people of different backgrounds, skills and experiences together to build long term, supportive relationships that help to create new opportunities for those involved – these include adults with learning disabilities, young people and families on low incomes and survivors of domestic violence and abuse.