The Value of Legal Translation Professionals

Words to Deeds Conference 2018

 

SOCIAL SUNDAY

By popular request, there will be an opportunity for those conference participants who wish to socialize on Sunday 4 February 2018. We have organized a guided walk with a fantastic tour guide, and, if people are interested, we will organize brunch. Find out more below.

 
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BRUNCH

Always searching for something a little 'different', we have a suggestion... scroll down for more details

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WALKING TOUR

To wind down from the conference and do some gentle exercise and gentle networking, why not join us for a private guided walking tour of Secret London by a highly experienced, qualified and fascinating guide... scroll down for more details

 

Brunch

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Always searching for something a little 'different', we have a suggestion... The Duck & Waffle on the 40th (yes, 40th) floor of the Heron Tower, has breathtaking views over the whole of the city. Their brunch menu is inventive, and surprisingly for such a venue, quite reasonably priced for London. Have a look and see what you think of the menu here.
If we have enough people interested, we'll make a booking! Tell us what you think using the Doodle poll here.


Secret London Walking Tour

As suggested by last year's participants... to wind down from the conference and do some gentle exercise and gentle networking, why not join us for a private guided walking tour of Secret London by a highly experienced, qualified and fascinating guide (we have tested him out already!).

"Hidden away from the busy main roads you will find a secret city of medieval streets, narrow alleyways, hidden courtyards and ancient buildings. On this unique walk you will explore the streets of hidden London and be introduced to the tucked away places where history was made and where time stands still. Here, the roar and the rush of modern London will fade to a distant murmur, as the sights and sites of the old City rise up to greet you, and as every corner turned, every location encountered, and almost every step taken presents you with a new and fascinating slice of the past."

Places are limited, so if you are interested, don't forget to book your place on the Registration page using the code you have received by email. Ticket £10, walk lasts approximately two hours (1 h 50). The walk starts at 2 p.m. sharp on Sunday afternoon, owing to guide availability.

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