BASL and BLTG Dinners

BASL Annual Dinner 

 

This year's BASL Dinner will be held in The Great Hall at the Merchant Adventurers' Hall on Thursday 20th September. 

 

The Merchant Adventurers’ Hall is a Grade 1 listed building in the heart of historic York. This stunning timber framed building was constructed by a fraternity made up of York citizens to provide a base for charity, worship and business in the centre of the city of the city on the banks of the River Foss. The Great Hall is where the Medieval merchants first gathered to conduct their business and to socialise. The Undercroft used as an almshouse to help the sick and the poor until as late as 1900. The Chapel offering spiritual care to the merchants and the inmates of the almshouse.

The Merchant Adventurers’ Hall is home to many remarkable collections. Including silver, furniture and paintings, which provide a glimpse into the rich history of the Hall and the people associated with it. A portrait of a Queen sits next to one of a Lord Mayor whilst a Medieval ‘Evidence Chest’ is older than the Hall itself. The Hall also remains the everyday base for the 160 members of the Company of Merchant Adventurers of the City of York. A Merchant Adventurer was someone who risked or ‘adventured’ his or her own money in overseas trade bringing back goods and wealth to York. You are invited to discover the secrets of this unique guild hall and its 660 years of history.

 

There is a maximum of 120 places and tickets will available on a first come first served basis at £50 per head, including return transfer from the conference venue. 

  


 

BLTG Annual Dinner 

This year's BLTG Dinner will be held on Tuesday 18th September at York Castle Museum which is housed in a former debtors’ prison and an adjoining former women’s prison, both of which are Grade I listed. The museum’s name comes from the fact it stands on the site of the former York Castle.

The museum was founded by Dr John Kirk, a doctor from Pickering, North Yorkshire, and houses his extraordinary collection of social history items reflecting everyday life in the county. One of its renowned displays is the reconstructed Victorian street, Kirkgate.

York Castle Museum provides a charming venue for evening events.

There is a maximum of 70 places and tickets will available on a first come first served basis at £50 per head, including return transfer from the conference venue.


 

 

You can book both dinners using the link - https://execbs.eventsair.com/2018/basldinners 

 



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