Reunion 2005

I know, you want to see the pictures from the 2005 Annual Reunion. Well, click on this link to see them.

In the Calling Notice for the 2005 Reunion, Ann Wood says :

I am now writing to invite you to the next Reunion planned for October 15th in the Council and Committee Rooms of the main building of Strand campus (ed note : this is a different location from previous years).  Our guest speaker will be Professor Martin Hughes of the Chemistry Department (both QEC and KCL) who will be talking to us about the QEC Chemistry department and the spirit of interdisciplinary research that was fostered there.

QEC Reunion in 2995 will be in the Strand Campus of KingsThe Strand Campus is only a 10-15 minute walk from Charing Cross, Waterloo and Waterloo East stations. Just over Waterloo Bridge on the South Bank, are the London Eye, County Hall, National Theatre, National Film Theatre, Royal Festival Hall and Hayward Gallery.  Our venue at KCL (Strand) is just a few minutes walk (or a short bus, tube or taxi ride) from Covent Garden and/or the West End to make the most of your trip with some shopping or theatrical entertainment.  There is a wide choice of pubs, wine bars, cafes and restaurants within walking distance for you to carry on your reunion after leaving us in the late afternoon if you don't have to hurry home.

You can read the full Calling Notice here, or download a PDF version.

To find out how to get to the Strand location, and for more details on the area, go to this page.

11:00

Meet for coffee / tea

11:45

Speaker: Professor Martin Hughes Dept. of Chemistry, King's College London (and ex-QEC) will talk about QEC's Chemistry Department and its interdisciplinary research collaborations.

12:30

Intermingle

13:00

Buffet Lunch

14:30

AGM

15:00

Intermingle, tea / coffee

17:00

Close

You could just turn up on the day, and we would be delighted to see you. However there is catering to arrange and the cost of the day is 20, so we would ask you to download this form, complete the relevant section, and send it off to our membership secretary, Henry Embling; his details are on the form.

When you look at the from you will see that it also asks you how you would prefer to receive Envoy (if you want a hardcopy posted we are going to have to charge 5.00), and there is a section for you to submit or update your membership details.

You can also join the association (it’s free!) using this online form. This year’s copy of Envoy is available from the Envoy page.

This page last updated 23 May 2006