The 47th Guinness and Oyster Luncheon took place on Thursday 22 November, 2012, at Mansion House in the City of London. Over 400 guests attended this historic City event, kindly sponsored by Diageo and co-sponsor Oracle. Former England Rugby Captain, Martin Corry, entertained guests talking about some of his rugby experiences and there was a surprise special guest appearance from Welsh rugby legend JPR Williams. QEF Vocational Services trainee, Sean, gave the audience a moving account of how a life changing event in his late teens had brought him to QEF and how this had transformed his life.
As well as the Guinness and sumptuous oysters guests partook in a Silent Auction and Grand Draw and over £53,000 was raised from the event in aid of QEF.
Morale however was exceptionally high and by all accounts an hilarious time was had by all. Congratulations and thanks from QEF to all who participated and all who made it possible.
This was QEF’s first assault on Ben Nevis and judging by results will not be the last.
Click here to read Carrie Tucker’s article in CAmagazine on the Guinness & Oyster Luncheon.
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This 46th Guinness & Oyster Luncheon took place on Thursday 24 November 2011 - Thanksgiving - was kindly sponsored by Diageo and co-sponsored by Oracle, and held at its traditional venue – the stunning Mansion House.
All proceeds raised are in aid of QEF.
Rugby legend Will Greenwood MBE
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