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Wednesday 13 February
18:00 - 20:30
Join us for this fantastic opportunity to meet with your fellow Yorkies and network with like-minded professionals in the heart of London. This exclusive event will be hosted at the stunning 58VE building on Victoria Embankment, London, on Wednesday 13 February.  There will be the opportunity to network over drinks and light nibbles, and a question and answer session with an expert panel.  Please note that places are strictly limited for this exclusive event and will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Please also note that there will be a £5 contribution towards the cost of the event which will be paid on booking and is non-refundable.
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Thursday 07 March
18:00 - 22:00
Is your New Year's resolution to catch up with old friends? Or, perhaps it's to make some new connections? Join us for our annual London Alumni Reunion at the Cork and Bottle Wine Bar in Leicester Square on Thursday 7 March, from 6.00pm. At the perfect location, it's a great opportunity to catch up with Langwith alumni old and new, meet current staff & students and shake off those winter blues over a drink or two. It's bound to be a fab evening! Tickets are only £7 and include a drink from the bar. Please note that unfortunately there is limited accessibility at this venue which means that the basement bar is accessed via a spiral staircase. We deeply regret any inconvenience caused.
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Monday 11 March
13:00 - 13:45
Join us in celebration of International Women's Day for this exclusive online event. We will be in conversation with Dr. Roisín Higgins about the fascinating heritage lottery funded public history project 'Dear Mrs Pennyman'.  In 2012 a group of National Trust volunteers stumbled upon letters written to Mary Pennyman from wives and mothers of men who were missing or killed during the First World War. Pennyman had been secretary of the King’s Own Scottish Borderers Widows and Orphans Fund. Through their letters, we encounter women at a moment of profound sadness. Most try to manage their grief through religious belief and a sense of patriotic duty but occasionally fear, sorrow and anger seep into the correspondence. Join us for this fascinating opportunity to learn more about what shaped women's lives in the years during and after the First World War. We will hear from Dr Roisín Higgins and learn more about this intriguing public history project that has set out to discover more about the women who wrote the letters. This event will include readings from the letters and stories of the women who wrote them, a talk by Roisín, before a question and answer session where you will have the opportunity to quiz our guest! You won't need to download any software to join this online event and can join us from wherever you are via a mobile device or computer. Full details for how to access this session will be shared prior to the event. Please note that this event will start at 1pm (UK time).
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Event registration summary
Professional Networking Event in London - 13 Feb:
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£5.00
Langwith in London alumni event - 7 March:
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£7.00
Online Event - Women's Letters from WW1 - 11 March:
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£0.00
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