MED Class of 2007 Reunion - join us to celebrate on Saturday 15 July.
Norwich Medical School is celebrating the tenth anniversary of the graduation of the first cohort on Saturday 15 July 2017, with an evening dinner at Carrow Road.
The £55 ticket price includes a three course meal designed by Delia Smith, with complimentary arrival drinks and a disco at the Top of the Terrace private suite, with fabulous views across the pitch. Dinner will be followed by speeches from founding and current staff and dancing until midnight.
Booking closes at midnight on Thursday 22 June.
Dinner tickets can be purchased for family and friends (over the age of 18).
All ticket holders will also receive a complementary UEA gift bag.
Come back to campus
We also invite you to come to UEA campus on the Saturday afternoon for a buffet reception and a special campus tour, including the chance to revisit your PBL rooms, the much enhanced anatomy suite and the University’s new Bob Champion Research and Education Building. An additional £5 charge will apply to those attending this daytime event.
A message from Professor Michael Frenneaux and Professor Sam Leinster - Dean and Founding Dean, Norwich Medical School
"We are immensely proud of Norwich Medical School and how it has grown from such strong beginnings. In 2015, the GMC Regional Review gave Norwich Medical School eleven points of commendation.
"We hope you will want to return to meet up with friends and staff, for what we hope will truly be a landmark occasion."
A discounted rate on accommodation at the Holiday Inn next to Carrow Road has been negotiated for the first 20 MED Class of 2007 Reunion bookings. Details on how to make use of this offer will be in the confirmation email you receive upon booking your dinner tickets.
If you are not able to join us on Saturday 15 July, please still take a moment to share with us what you have been doing since graduating nearly 10 years ago.
Check back soon to take a look at our attendee list and see which of your friends are planning to come along.