Board Annual Dinner less than a month away
The Dinner Chair Flo Kaufmann and the Treasurer of the Board of Deputies Judge Laurence Brass take great pleasure in inviting you to attend our Annual Dinner.
Theresa May, the Home Secretary, and one of the UK’s foremost politicians, will be our honoured guest speaker.
She is the first Home Secretary to address the Board’s Dinner.“This is a major coup as she lies right at the centre of Westminster politics. She is Britain’s most senior female politician and is tipped for greater things,” said Judge Brass. He added that: “I am also delighted and honoured to reveal that the next Lord Mayor of the City of London, Fiona Woolf, will be speaking, in what will be one of her inaugural addresses following her installation as Lord Mayor a few days earlier.”
Flo Kaufmann added that “these major coups reflect the Board’s – and the Jewish community’s - longstanding and hard-earned reputation as a crucial player in both London and national politics but also particularly in inter faith work, an area especially dear to both this Lord Mayor and to her predecessor.”
The dinner, which fundraises for the vital work that the Board does on behalf of UK Jewry, takes place on Wednesday November 27 in the prestigious surroundings of the Egyptian Room of the Mansion House. For information on reserving a place please contact the team at “Inspire” who are managing the event, on 0208 343 4884.
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