For the third year running, the annual Gulls’ Eggs Luncheon will be held in support of The Cure Parkinson’s Trust (CPT). Over 550 wealth management professionals will gather on 15 May 2018 in the historic Merchant Taylors’ Hall on London’s Threadneedle Street, for a unique networking event which has developed a loyal following since its inception 30 years ago.
The Gulls’ Eggs Luncheon is a firmly established event in the City’s social calendar. Guests will be served ethically sourced gulls’ eggs as well as traditional accompaniments, including smoked salmon and delicious cheese.
“The Cure Parkinson’s Trust Annual Gulls’ Eggs Luncheon is one of the most loved and enduring highpoints in the calendar of people in wealth management and its related sectors,” explained Rupert Phelps, chairman of The Gulls’ Eggs Luncheon Committee.
“To have reached our 30th Anniversary is a major milestone and we have only achieved this signature stage through much wonderful support, from perennial and new sources alike. We have three simple aims: to raise funds for a sadly necessary charity, create useful business connections and have a whole heap of fun in the process. Please join with us as we plan the next three decades.”
Last year’s event raised over £77,000 for CPT – an incredible amount which has been directed towards vital research into new treatments to slow, stop and reverse Parkinson’s. With an ageing population, and the number of people diagnosed with Parkinson’s set to double by 2030, there is an urgent need to find a cure; CPT funds innovative and promising research around the world and is dedicated to achieving this goal.
To reserve a place or make an enquiry, contact Anna MacLeod by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by telephone (0207 487 3892).
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