Date: Monday, 17 July 2017
Time: 17:30 – 19:30
Venue: QEII Centre (3rd Floor)
All congress participants and exhibitors are cordially invited to attend the RehabWeek Welcome Reception.
We will serve wine, water and soft drinks as well as canapes and this is the perfect way for you to start the evening before you head out for dinner with your colleagues!
For our RehabWeek Night, the organising committee invites you to join them on a boat trip up the Thames, followed by a celebration at the Cutty Sark, a living historic site in London. Dance the night away with your peers in this unique location!
Built in Scotland in 1869, Cutty Sark was designed to carry tea from China to England as fast as possible. The record-breaking ship travelled the globe and visited every major world port. Now, Cutty Sark has been raised three metres above ground, allowing you to walk directly underneath and touch the original hull planks and iron framework.
Join us for a boat trip on the Thames and spend the night dancing away with your peers in this unique location.
Tickets are GBP 80 per person and your +1 is very welcome as well! If you have not already
purchased your ticket during the registration process, but would like to join this wonderful event, please pass by the registration desk and we’d be happy to help!
19:00 Meeting @Westminster Pier
19.15 Departure from Westminster Pier on river boats
20.00 Arrival at Cutty Sark, which lies directly next to the boat pier
20:00 - 23:00 - Event Hours
23.00 End of the Night, individual return to your hotel using Taxi or public transportation
The dress code for this event is semi formal.
Venue: Dry Berth - Cutty Sark, London
How to get to the Westminster Pier:
Westminster Pier is only a 7min walk from the QEII and 1min from Westminster station, on the Thames right next to Westminster Bridge
Other Social Events:
Other social events, such as a welcome reception or individual conferences' gatherings are planned and will be announced as more information becomes available. RehabWeek aims to foster communication and interaction during and after the conferences. After all, don't the best ideas pop up at the pub with friends, new and old alike? Cheers!