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Young Churchillians Dinner

25 September 2019 – Canary Wharf, London

The International Churchill Society is pleased to invite 25-35-year-old professionals to join the first Young Churchillians Dinner at Boisdale Canary Wharf on Wednesday 25th September.

Reserve your tickets here.

Randolph Churchill (great-grandson of Sir Winston) will host the evening, with *Louis Rudd* (one of two men to ever have completed a solo unsupported crossing of Antarctica) as the keynote speaker.

The Young Churchillians are a group of professionals with a shared interest in history, politics, current events and business that are interested joining members of the Churchill family, to celebrate Sir Winston’s extraordinary life and contribution to modern civilisation and relevance today.

The ambition: to inspire and motivate the next generation of leaders.

Tickets include a champagne reception, three-course dinner (inspired by Sir Winston’s favourite dishes) with wine, to be followed by DJ Bruno playing the Best of British after-dinner music.

This event will be in support of the Jennie Churchill Fund at the Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.

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Boisdale Restaurants
Cabot Pl, Canary Wharf, E14 4QT London, United Kingdom
Telephone +44 020 7715 5818

Reserve your tickets here.

Interested in becoming a sponsor of the dinner in support of the Young Churchillians? Find out more about the sponsor’s package here.

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