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Table booking

The Nursing Times Awards 2012 will be held on 31st October at London's Hilton Hotel. In 2011 we had over 850 Nursing professionals. 

Please contact Andrew Dunne  on 020 7728 4422 or email andrew.dunne@emap.com for booking enquiries.

Table Table Description
Gold Standard
  • Pre awards networking reception
  • Good positioning in the room - guaranteed unrestricted views
  • 3 course dinner
  • Magnum of champagne chilled and on your table on arrival
  • Chocolates and coffee
  • Access to the drinks reception before the event
  • Awards presentation
  • 7 bottles of wine
  • Water with dinner
  • After awards party
Silver Standard
  • Pre awards networking reception
  • 3 course dinner
  • A bottle of chilled champagne on your table on arrival
  • Chocolates and coffee
  • 6 bottles of wine
  • Water with dinner
  • Awards presentation
  • After awards party
Non-Alcohol Standard
  • Pre awards networking reception
  • 3 course dinner
  • Chocolates and coffee
  • Water with dinner
  • Awards presentation
  • After awards party
Bronze
  • Pre awards networking reception
  • 3 course dinner
  • Chocolates and coffee
  • 4 bottles of wine
  • Water with dinner
  • Awards presentation
  • After awards party
Seat Standard
  • Pre awards networking reception
  • 3 course dinner
  • Chocolates and coffee 
  • 1/2 bottle of wine
  • Water with dinner
  • Seat on a table with other seat bookers
  • Awards presentation
  • After awards party
Booking Terms & Conditions
  1. Substitute/Cancellation Policy: Should you be unable to attend, we would welcome a substitute guest attending in your place, at no extra charge. Please notify us with the name and job title of both the registered guest and the replacement guest. Please note, payment details will transfer from the original and to the substitute guest. There are no refunds available for cancellations.
  2. We shall not be liable to you for travel, accommodation or other costs if we are required to cancel the Event as a result of an event outside our control (including, without limitation, to acts of God, floods, lightning, storm, fire, explosion, war, military operations, acts of terrorism or threats of any such acts, any strike action, lock-outs or other industrial action and a pandemic, epidemic or other widespread illness).
  3. All funds must be cleared prior to the event, or we reserve the right to refuse admittance.
I agree to the details stated above and understand that my booking is legally binding and subject to the above cancellation policy.

VAT number: 486400442 VAT is charged at the prevailing rate
 

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