Book your place at the Grower of the Year Awards

The Grower of the Year Awards 2012 will take place on Thursday 23 February 2012 at the Lancaster London W2.


EARLY BIRD RATE - APPLIES TO BOOKINGS MADE BEFORE  20 JANUARY 2012
 
Without Wine  

Individual place(s) at £150.00 +VAT per person (£180.00 inc VAT)
Table(s) at £1,500.00 +VAT per table of 10 people (£1,800.00 inc VAT)
Table(s) at £1800 + VAT per table of 12 people (£2160 inc VAT)

With Wine (an allocation of 5 bottles of wine per table of 10)

Individual place(s) at £170.00+VAT per person (£204.00 inc VAT)
Table(s) at £1,700.00 +VAT per table of 10 people (£2040.00 inc VAT)
Table(s) at £2040 + VAT per table of 12 people (£2448 inc VAT)

 
STANDARD RATE - APPLIES TO BOOKINGS MADE AFTER 20 JANUARY 2012

With Wine (an allocation of 5 bottles of wine per table of 10)

Individual place(s) at £190.00 +VAT per person (£228 inc VAT)
Table(s) at £1,900.00 +VAT per table of 10 people (£2,280.00 inc VAT)
Table(s) at £2280 + VAT per table of 12 people (£2736 inc VAT)

Without Wine

Individual place(s) at £170.00+VAT per person (£204.00 inc VAT)
Table(s) at £1,700.00 +VAT per table of 10 people (£2040.00 inc VAT)
Table(s) at £2040 + VAT per table of 12 people (£2448 inc VAT)

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