Afternoon Tea celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the first kidney transplant at MRI

CELEBRATION OF THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FIRST KIDNEY TRANSPLANT AT MANCHESTER ROYAL INFIRMARY

 

22 March 2018 is the 50th Anniversary of the first kidney transplant at Manchester Royal Infirmary. To celebrate this occasion and the 6,000 plus transplants that have taken place since then Manchester Transplant Team have organised an Afternoon Tea the details of which are below and we hope that you are able to join us in our celebrations.  Kidneys for Life is organising this event on behalf of the Team.

Afternoon Tea

Come and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first kidney transplant at MRI

Date & Time: Sunday, 25th March 2018 at 2-4pm

Venue: The Grand Ballroom, The Principal Hotel, Oxford Road, Manchester M60 7HA

Cost: £22.50 per person

The Afternoon Tea will include a selection of sandwiches and cakes and tea or coffee will be served.

You can book either by post or online (see below):

Booking Form – can be downloaded here https://kidneysforlife.org/event/afternoon-tea-celebration-event/
Online: https://kidneysforlife.nutickets.com/50th

When booking we will need to be advised of any special dietary requirements for anyone in your party.  Also if you would like to be seated with others attending the event please let us know and we will try our best to accommodate this but we cannot guarantee your request.  (Tables of 10).

We have had an overwhelming interest in this event invitation and we would ask if you could please book before as soon as possible to ensure your place.

If you have any questions in respect of the Afternoon Tea please call Kidneys for Life on 0161 276 6671 or email fundraiser@kidneysforlife.org

 

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I’m an ADPKD patient who was lucky enough to have a transplant in 2003 after only eleven months of dialysis. I'm the north-west Patient Advocacy & Support Officer for the BKPA and my interests, other than my role within GMKIN, include sport, music and politics . Follow me on Twitter: @finnigr

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