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May 7, 2012

BritGrad. June 1st - 3rd 2017

Dear friends (old, new, and soon-to-be),

As a little bank holiday treat, we’re extending registration to Friday 11 May, so anyone who missed the first deadline can send in their abstracts and forms without paying late fees.

Richard III tickets are going fast, so even though auditors have until May 25, it’s a good idea to reserve a spot sooner than later!

And for everyone attending BritGrad 2012, here’s a sneak peek at this year’s swanky (non-fancy dress) party:

Friday, June 15th
8pm – late
 
Come join us for a fabulous cocktail party the second night of BritGrad. This is your opportunity to mingle with the other delegates and have a relaxing night out. The first round of cocktails are on us, and the bar will be serving all night long. So get dressed up, enjoy yourself, and dance the night away!
 
 

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