Allied Health Professions Graduation Ball

Allied Health Professions Graduation Ball
Friday 12 July 2019
6pm - midnight
Hilton Treetops




We welcome you to celebrate your graduation at the Allied Health Professions Graduation Ball on Friday 12th July 2019.

Arrival at 6pm for 7pm dinner. Please arrive on time to get your free arrival drinks and photos!

Each guest will be provided with a delicious three course dinner, with a half bottle of win per person at the table.

Menu:
Starter: Sweet Potato and Butternut Squash Soup
Main: Stuffed Chicken with Roast Potatoes and Vegetables
Vegetarian Main: Pea and Mint Saffron Risotto
Dessert: Chocolate Fondant served with Honeycomb Icecream

Entertainment on the night will be provided by the talented local ceilidh band Hip Flask, so enjoy dancing the night away to your favourite tunes!

Following the ball , the after-party will be ATIK, with discount wristbands provided for all guests.

Tickets are £45pp. There is also a ticket option of £47, which will enter you into a raffle for a free hotel room at the Hilton Treetops for the night. We've got two amazing rooms to give away!

This ball is open to all final year radiographers, physiotherapists and occupational therapists. Plus ones also welcome!




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