The FCSI UK and Ireland has announced its events programme for 2019 which for the first time will include a two-day forum and summer ball.
The FCSI Forum and Summer Ball will be held on 17-18 July at St John’s College at the University of Cambridge. Set to become an annual event in the FCSI UK and Ireland calendar, activities at the two-day event will include networking and a chance to go punting along the river Cam on the afternoon of 17 July, and a forum programme which includes panel discussions, masterclasses and a keynote speaker on day two.
The first FCSI UK and Ireland Summer Ball will then be held in the 16th Century Great Hall at St John’s College on the evening of 18 July.
Building upon its 2018 programme and in particular its educational element, other key events in the 2019 programme include an Educational Afternoon to be held at 110 Rochester Row, London on 28 February and an Educational Day to be held at Nottingham’s School of Artisan Food on 11 September.
The FCSI UK and Ireland will also be hosting member meetings and exhibiting at Commercial Kitchen in June, paying a visit to the soon to be opened Mercato Metropolitano in Mayfair and hosting its Christmas lunch on the Sunborn Yacht at ExCel London.