APS Reunion 2018.
Friday 5th & Saturday 6th October.
The St. George Hotel, Harrogate HG1 2SY
We look forward to welcoming APS members and non-members to our Annual Reunion in 2018.
Please try to find and encourage ex – IMM people to come along.
Friday 5th October
People staying overnight arrive at the St George
6.00 pm onwards Meet in the Bar for drinks and to chat with friends
7.00 pm onwards Dinner in the Nidderdale/Calderdale Suite. Harrogate has many restaurants of different types within walking distance of the hotel for those wishing to eat outside the hotel but these get very busy particularly at the week-end and it is advisable to book in advance.
Saturday 6th October
9.30 am onwards Non-residents arrive and meet in the Nidderdale/Calderdale suite where coffee / tea & refreshments will be served
Time to chat with friends
10.00am Reunion ‘Welcome and Introductions’ in the Nidderdale/Calderdale suite. ‘Getting to Know You’ opportunity to meet past students from other years Please bring photographs of college, family, etc. & memorabilia
11.30 am Speaker: Jacqueline McDonald of folk duo Jacqui and Bridie
12.30 pm – 2.00 pm 2 course buffet lunch
2.30 pm – 4pm approx Annual General Meeting – non-members are very welcome to attend as observers
4.15 pm Close of Reunion
4.15 pm – 5.00 pm Opportunity to stay and chat. Refreshments will be served.
7.00 pm Dinner in the Nidderdale Suite if ordered on the booking form.
You can request a booking form through our website by clicking here
The St George Hotel
1 Ripon Road
Tel: 01423 561431
This classic Edwardian building is set within the heart of the town, a 5-minute walk from all the attractions of Harrogate. All the rooms have recently been renovated and the hotel has the added benefit of a small swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna and steam room, all included in the price. Limited parking on-site at a charge of £8 per car per day, but the railway station is just a short walk away.
In 2013 Harrogate was voted the happiest place to live in the UK and the 3rd most romantic place to visit in the world beating Paris, Rome and Vienna!
Other attractions in and around Harrogate include Betty’s Tearooms, Tables are not bookable and there is always a queue, but it is well worth the wait (but pricey), RHS Gardens Harlow Carr, also has a Betty’s Tearoom here! Just 4 miles away from Harrogate, Knaresborough is an historic market town famous for its Dropping Well and the associated legends of Old Mother Shipton.