Saturday, 23 June 2007 @ York: Credit Control, AGM & Film Quiz
Thread poster: Wenke Geddert

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Jun 20, 2007

Dear all

Please find below an outline of an event arranged by the Yorkshire Translators and Interpreters.

10.00 am Jacob's Well opens - registration, tea, coffee, biscuits
10.30 am Credit control - half an hour talk + quarter hour discussion/questions. Speaker: see below
11.30 am AGM
1.00 pm Lunch
2.30 pm Film quiz, with a focus on the foreign variety and accompanied by more tea/coffee/biscuits. Writer and leader: Alison O'Neill.

We have to tidy up and leave Jacob's Well by 4.00 pm.

As our speaker on credit control, I am very pleased to be able to welcome Ian Smith, Finance Director of Garbutt & Elliott Ltd., North Yorkshire's leading firm of chartered accountants. Ian does not advise clients directly: he deals with the internal management of the firm, handling credit control amongst other areas.

Alison O'Neill is well known to us as one of our own YTI committee members. She has also given seminars on film at Citiscreen, studied the subject at university and I am very much looking forward to seeing what she has compiled for us.

The venue at Jacob's Well is in Trinity Lane, off Micklegate, York. There is no parking there, but the car park in Nunnery Lane is only two or three minutes walk.

The Multimap reference is:
http://www.multimap.com/maps/?t=r#t=l&map=53.95638,-1.08699|17|4&loc=GB:53.95638:-1.08699:17|Trinity%20Lane,%20York|Trinity%20Lane,%20YORK,%20YO1

To add to the map details: following from the town centre to the station, pass the station, arrive at the next crossroads with Micklegate Bar on your left and go straight ahead into Nunnery Lane for the car park.
If walking, turn left through Micklegate Bar and then right into Trinity Lane after the church. Coming up Micklegate from the river, turn left into Trinity Lane before the church. Jacob's Well is now well signed, and is the half-timbered house on the right, well visible just after you enter Trinity Lane.

10.00 am Jacob's Well opens - registration, tea, coffee, biscuits
10.30 am Credit control - half an hour talk + quarter hour discussion/questions. Speaker: see below
11.30 am AGM
1.00 pm Lunch
2.30 pm Film quiz, with a focus on the foreign variety and accompanied by more tea/coffee/biscuits.
Writer and leader: Alison O'Neill.

We have to tidy up and leave Jacob's Well by 4.00 pm.

As our speaker on credit control, I am very pleased to be able to welcome Ian Smith, Finance Director of Garbutt & Elliott Ltd., North Yorkshire's leading firm of chartered accountants. Ian does not advise clients directly: he deals with the internal management of the firm, handling credit control amongst other areas.

Alison O'Neill is well known to us as one of our own YTI committee members. She has also given seminars on film at Citiscreen, studied the subject at university and I am very much looking forward to seeing what she has compiled for us.

The venue at Jacob's Well is in Trinity Lane, off Micklegate, York. There is no parking there, but the car park in Nunnery Lane is only two or three minutes walk.

The Multimap reference is:
http://www.multimap.com/maps/?t=r#t=l&map=53.95638,-1.08699|17|4&loc=GB:53.95638:-1.08699:17|Trinity%20Lane,%20York|Trinity%20Lane,%20YORK,%20YO1

To add to the map details: following from the town centre to the station, pass the station, arrive at the next crossroads with Micklegate Bar on your left and go straight ahead into Nunnery Lane for the car park.
If walking, turn left through Micklegate Bar and then right into Trinity Lane after the church. Coming up Micklegate from the river, turn left into Trinity Lane before the church. Jacob's Well is now well signed, and is the half-timbered house on the right, well visible just after you enter Trinity Lane.

[Edited at 2007-06-20 10:00]

[Edited at 2007-06-20 13:30]


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