General assembly 2010
General assembly 2010
ACQWA 2nd Annual General Assembly Meeting
Dundee, Scotland, 22-24 September 2010
Venue / Accommodation:
The meeting will take place in the City Quay suite at the Apex Hotel, Dundee (http://www.apexhotels.co.uk/hotels/dundee-city-quay/). Rooms have been reserved for delegates at a special rate for the meeting - £75 for a single room and £85 for a double (breakfast included).
Rooms should be booked through the Apex Hotels website or by phoning +44 (0)845 365 0000, but please ensure that you enter the following code – UNI2109 – to ensure that you get the preferential rate. If you are staying for longer, this rate should apply to your entire stay.
Please note that the preferential rates will be guaranteed only until the 28th of August.
For details regarding how to get to the hotel, please see the attached Travel Guide.
Please register as far in advance as possible. Registration should be done by going to the following web address:
Simply follow the instructions on screen.
The cost of registration is £150 (approx. EURO 180 now). This fee includes lunch and coffee breaks at the hotel during the meeting, and also covers the costs of the gala dinner on the 22nd (see below).
Ice-breaker / dinner
A gala dinner has been organised on the night of the 22nd. It will take place on HM Frigate Unicorn (http://www.frigateunicorn.org/), the world’s sixth oldest floating ship. After dinner, a ceilidh dance will be held on the ship, where delegates will learn (hopefully) some Scottish dances with live musical accompaniment.
On the night of 23rd September, we are hoping to arrange a whisky-tasting event. Details will be made available soon.Costs will unfortunately not be covered by the Registration Fee.
If delegates are intending to bring additional guests with them to Scotland, we would be happy to prepare an additional accompanying persons programme incorporating local attractions in Dundee, St. Andrews and the surrounding areas. Please contact Andrew Allan directly if you would be interested.
Saturday 25th September
If sufficient numbers of delegates will be staying for the weekend and would be interested in a trip into the Scottish mountains, we are happy to organise one. Please let Andrew know if this would be of interest.
Travel guide to Dundee: