You are invited to the BFUWI Christmas Party

| November 17, 2016

The British Foundation for the University of the West Indies under the patronage of His Excellency the High Commissioner for Barbados, Mr Guy Hewitt cordially invite you to a special Christmas Party at Barbados House, 1 Great Russell Street WC1B 3ND, London, WC1B 3ND.

An evening of music, Caribbean food and good company. Come and support the work of BFUWI

Drinks Reception

Caribbean Buffet supper

Raffle prizes

Silent auction

Steel pan music by Kyron Akala

DJ – dancing until late

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Reconnect with old friends and make new ones. Launch of UWI alumni register.

Auction includes An all inclusive trip to the Caribbean; Tea for two and a Tour of the House of Lords with Lord and Lady Boateng; Silk shirts and Scarf kindly donated by Andrew Ramroop OBE, Savile Row Tailor

Raffle prizes include Chinaware by Jenny Mein; Caribbean rum; Food hampe. ;Money raised in support of the work of BFUWI and UWI students in the Caribbean

We are grateful for donations and financial assistance from the following organisations:

The Barbados High Commissioner HE Mr. Guy Hewitt

Lord and Lady Boateng – tea for two at the House of Lords

Andrew Ramroop MBE and Maurice Sedwell Savile row tailors – two men’s silk shirts and a ladies’ silk scarf

7 BR Chambers – financial donation

Caribbean Council – Caribbean rum

Carib Direct – media coverage and advertising

Grace Foods – food hamper

Jamaica National – gift hamper

Jenny Mein Designs – beautiful dish

Usain Bolt – signed shirts

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This event is supported by:

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