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RTPI SW Annual Dinner 2019

Friday, 14 June 2019 at 7:00PM - 11:59PM
We the Curious, Bristol BS1 5DB, UK
RTPI South West

Limited tickets left. Please contact

The 2019 dinner will take place on Friday 14th June at We the Curious  (previously known as @Bristol)...a venue which celebrates science and innovation and invites you to think about how we can influence the future. We the Curious provides an inspiring backdrop for the dinner.

The evening will include:

  • Drinks reception amongst the exhibits - get hands on and interactive with many of sciences wonders 
    Drinks reception sponsored by
    Mott MacDonald
  • 3 course meal and table wine
  • Casino tables
  • Charity raffle with lots of prizes in aid of
Wecare SW Lakes 

Prizes include:

Paddleboard lesson for two at Cheddar Water Sports
Beginners Fly Fishing Lesson with Bristol Water Fisheries
Disc Golf at Mendip Outdoor Pursuits 
Family Ticket for Bristol Ferry Boats
Voucher for AQUA resturants
Tickets to 2019 Season Match at Somerset County Cricket Club
Voucher for Watershed Cinema
Tickets for a race meeting at Castle Combe Circuit
Lunch at BoxE Bristol
Family ticket for We the Curious, Bristol
Family ticket to the Roman Baths, Fashion Museum and Victoria Art Gallery
One one open timed race session voucher for Go-Karting from Team Sport
Voucher for Loungers

and much more

Can you help with a raffle prize? Contact

Iain StewartAfter Dinner Speaker: Iain Stewart

Iain Stewart BSc PhD, MBE, FGS, FRSE is Professor of Geoscience Communication at Plymouth University. He holds the UNESCO chair in Geoscience and Society, a position which reflects his global reputation for applying his knowledge as a geologist to pressing societal concerns – climate change, energy resources, and natural hazards.   He has established himself as a familiar face through his work with the BBC on major television series about Planet Earth including Planet Oil and Volcano Live tackling controversial issues such as fracking.  His recognition as a communicator has been reflected in him being described as geology’s ‘rock star’!   His academic interest lies in finding ways of communicating complex and contested ideas to public audiences a challenge of which the planning profession is acutely aware.


For details of sponsorship packages, please contact

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Charlotte Daborn, SW Regional Coordinator

0207 929 8190