Registration/Booking for Harrow Association events

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  1. Step 1 Selection
  2. Step 2 Registration
  3. Step 3 Payment
Thursday 20 April
19:15 - 21:00
The Knoll House Dinner will take place at The Ironmonger's Hall. Dress code is black tie.
Category
Quantity
Price
£95.00
 
£97.30
 
£75.00
 
£76.80
 
£60.00
 
£61.50
 
Wednesday 03 May
18:30 - 20:30
This is event is open to all HA Members
Category
Quantity
Price
£50.00
 
£51.50
 
Wednesday 10 May
19:00 - 23:00
The Old Harrovian Property Club Dinner is for members only - If you would like to become a member, please contact Luke Meadows at the Harrow Association on meadowsl@harrowschool.org.uk
Category
Quantity
Price
£95.00
 
£97.30
 
£65.00
 
£66.50
 
Thursday 25 May
16:30 - 20:00
This event is for members of the property club only.
Category
Quantity
Price
£150.00
 
£154.50
 
Event registration summary
The Knoll House Dinner 2017:
Ticket
0
£95.00
Credit Card Ticket
0
£97.30
Junior Ticket
0
£75.00
Junior Credit Card Ticket
0
£76.80
Student Ticket
0
£60.00
Student Credit card ticket
0
£61.50
OH Wine Club - Corney & Barrow wine tasting:
Ticket
0
£50.00
Credit Card Ticket
0
£51.50
Old Harrovian Property Club Dinner 2017:
Online Ticket
0
£95.00
Credit Card Ticket
0
£97.30
Junior Ticket
0
£65.00
Junior Credit Card Ticket
0
£66.50
OHPC Clay Pigeon Shoot 2017:
Ticket
0
£150.00
Credit Card Ticket
0
£154.50
Donation:
£0.00
Total:
£

 

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"Thank you so much for inviting me to the Harrow Careers Convention. I enjoyed the evening and talking to the young Harrovians and I am sure they will have bright futures – the school seems much more conscious of helping the boys decide, and see what opportunities there are, than in my day." - John Butcher (Druries 1979³)