Harrogate dinner

Bookings open for Chamber’s annual dinner

23 September 2015

Teams of colleagues and friends are invited to book tickets for the rugby-themed Annual Dinner to be held by Harrogate Chamber of Trade and Commerce.

  • Cedar Court Hotel
  • Friday, 16 October 2015
  • Three-course meal
  • Entertainment

The event is organised by the Chamber’s Past President Simon Cotton. There will be Rugby World Cup-themed games and prizes and the night will finish with a Disco Through the Decades by Stray FM’s Alex B Cann.


Chamber President Mike Shaw said:

The Annual Dinner is always a fantastic night and a good chance to socialise and network in an informal, fun way.

This year’s entertainment will be something a bit different for our guests to enjoy, and will be very topical with the Rugby World Cup taking place at the same time. We’re inviting local businesses to book a table for 10 and bring a squad of staff, customers and clients along for a great night.

The theme is proving very popular and a lot of tables have already been sold, so if you’d like to join us, book your place as soon as possible to avoid missing out.


Tickets for the Annual Dinner include the three-course meal followed by coffee and petit fours. The dress code is black tie.

There will also be a raffle on the night to raise money for the annual Christmas Lights appeal in Harrogate, with fantastic prizes from local businesses.

Individual tickets are £40 per person, or a table of 10 can be booked at the discount rate of £340. Places are open to any local business people who wish to attend; you do not need to be a member of Harrogate Chamber.

For more information about tickets, or to donate a raffle prize, visit www.harrogatechamber.org and click on Annual Dinner, or email info@harrogatechamber.org

Booking forms should be returned as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.



  • Harrogate Chamber of Trade and Commerce was established in 1896 and organises monthly meetings for businesses of all sizes from across the Harrogate district. It passes on information about relevant planning applications, transport news and other developments, as well as upcoming events and seminars for businesses. It also acts as the voice of businesses in Harrogate, representing local businesses at the highest levels.

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