WCIT MONITOR Issue 63 Nov 2014 - Page 19

THE WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGISTS NOTICES Hall for Hire A s well as providing us with a permanent home and a base for our activities, the newly redecorated WCIT Hall is available to hire for seminars, small conferences, dinners and receptions with a variety of rooms which allow for a flexible meeting place with modern facilities including laptop and projector screen, flipcharts, Wi-Fi and air conditioning throughout. The Livery Room has capability to hold lunches/dinners for up to 50 guests or a seminar and/or reception for up to 60 people. We also have a range of smaller rooms available for meetings or breakout sessions. The Hall provides excellent catering whether a sandwich lunch, buffet or an à la carte dinner with helpful and considerate staff to assist and advise on individual requirements. We encourage all members to think of our rooms when looking for venues for their businesses and don’t forget; the members rate is between 30-50% off the normal rate and funds raised will go towards boosting contributions to our charitable funds! Please contact emma@wcit.org.uk at the Hall for more information about room bookings for corporate or private functions. The ideal Christmas present for every Freeman Contact Us: Email Clerk: mike@wcit.org.uk Assistant Clerk: mandi@wcit.org.uk Finance & Billing: rachel@wcit.org.uk Events and Catering: emma@wcit.org.uk WCIT Charity: eleanor@wcit.org.uk Website: www.wcit.org.uk (this has an extensive membership-only part which we encourage all members to use for internal communications) Phone: 020 7600 1992 Twitter:@theitclivery Linked-In: Information Technologists Company Postal Address: 39a Bartholomew Close, London EC1A 7JN The charitable activities of the WCIT are run by our subsidiary WCIT Charity (Reg Charity No 1113488) To Contribute to the next issue of Monitor, which appears three times a year, please send your articles (200 words plus photos) to eleanor@wcit.org.uk Available to buy in the WCIT Hall £10 (P&P extra) Thank you to all those who have contributed to the November issue of Monitor. This issue was prepared, edited and designed by Eleanor MacGregor. Printing was by the students of the Ian Kart en Centre at Treloar’s School and College. Page 19