Senior Government and industry leaders to attend Dairy UK dinner

UK - Senior Government, food industry and dairy sector representatives from the UK and beyond will attend this year's Dairy UK dinner in London on November 8th.
calendar icon 5 October 2006
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The dinner, one of the major highlights in the dairy industry calendar, is once again returning to the prestigious Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington.

The keynote address will be made by Dairy UK Chairman Rt Hon David Curry MP. In addition, Dairy UK/MDC Scholarship winners Susanna Woodings, 25, from Kingston Upon Thames, a national account executive for Lactalis McLelland and dairy farmer Adam Ball, 34, from Staffordshire, will be presenting the key messages gleaned from their recent visit to the International Dairy Federation World Dairy Summit and Congress in Shanghai.

Jim Begg, Dairy UK Director General, said: "The Dairy UK Annual Dinner is a great opportunity for our members and their guests to discuss the issues of the day in convivial surroundings. We are always delighted that so many decision makers and opinion formers from throughout the industry make the time to attend this event and we look forwards to welcoming them back to the Royal Garden Hotel next month."

Tickets for the Dinner cost £85 plus VAT for Dairy UK members and £100 plus VAT for non members. Booking forms can be downloaded from the Dairy UK website at

Tables of 10 can be booked by calling Fiona France or Simon Bates on 0207 486 7244. News Desk
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