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March 28, 2014, 1:00 pm
United KingdomNottinghamIn personEnglish
Hi all

Come and join us for an end-of-the-month lunch and drinks!

I have booked the Pitcher and Piano on High Pavement (http://www.pitcherandpiano.com/where-are-we/nottingham) for 1 pm.

Looking forward to meeting you!


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Interested members (10) / Confirmed: 3 / Tentative: 1
Name NoteWill Attend
Leah Hunt  \"Organizer\" \"Reporter\" \"Photographer\" ...  y
Neil Cross   ...  y
Helena Grahn   Helena Grahn  
Lancashireman   ...  
Margret Vince   ...  
Jennifer White   so sorry I cannot now make it this Friday, but hope you all have a good time.  n
Armorel Young   ...  
Regina Freitag   I would love to come and will be in England at that time. I'll try to make it, it was so enjoyable last time with such great people. :-)  m
Camelia Colnic   I am sorry but I won't make it to the powwow! Have a lot of fun! ;)  n
Catherine Shepherd   Anna + me! :)  y


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Powwow: Nottingham - United Kingdom

Sarah Appleby  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 04:03
German to English
Greetings Apr 1, 2014

Hope you had a good powwow last week. Just wanted to mention that you are all very welcome at ITI East Midlands events for translators and interpreters. We are meeting in Derby tomorrow night and are holding a workshop on Saturday 26 April. See here for further details: http://www.iti.org.uk/networks-regional-groups/east-midlands/events

 

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