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New Year Lunch

December 5th 2018

We’re delighted to hold another New Year lunch at Jol’s restaurant in Merthyr Tydfil.

With a new First Minister, Brexit and the roll-out of Universal Credit, as well as being the 20th anniversary of devolution, we can promise there will be much food for thought as well as food to enjoy!

Venue: Jol’s, 31-32 High Street, Merthyr Tydfil

Date: Friday 18th January

Time:  Drinks 12.30, food served 1 pm, depart 2.15 p.m.

Tickets are priced £33.50 (including VAT and the booking fee) with a discount for Bevan Foundation supporters and subscribers.

Your place includes:

  • Prosecco or soft drink on arrival
  • Two course lunch – menu choices circulated after booking
  • Tea or coffee

In previous years we’ve sold out so early booking is recommended.

 

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January 18th 2019

New Year Lunch

We’re delighted to hold another New Year lunch at Jol’s restaurant in Merthyr Tydfil. With a new First Minister, Brexit and the roll-out of Universal Credit, as well as being the 20th anniversary of devolution, we can promise there will Read more »