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OLD VESEYAN ASSOCIATION ANNUAL DINNER

REGRETTABLE CANCELLATION
19 Sep 2018
OVA News

As a result of a minimum number of bookings being received for the Old Veseyan Association Annual Dinner,  scheduled for Saturday 13th October 2018, the Committee has cancelled the event.

Those Old Veseyans who have booked will be individually informed of the decision and refunded any monies paid.

This is the first time for many years that insufficient bookings have been experienced and former attendees are requested to advise any committee members of their reasons for not wishing to attend.

The OVA Committee resolved to  revive  the event in 2019 and scheduled a date of 9th November 2019.

 

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