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Humphrey Chetham Club Lunches – CANCELLED

  • Friday 1 November 2019, 12:30pm
  • Baronial Hall
  • £10
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These events are for members of the Humphrey Chetham Club.

Named after Humphrey Chetham, the visionary Mancunian businessman who founded Chetham’s School and Chetham’s Library in 1653, the Humphrey Chetham Club carries forth his important legacy.

Members support Chetham’s with a minimum gift of £1,000 pa, and enjoy our intimate lunches* with a glass of wine and an exclusive concert by Chetham’s students. As a Member you will be invited to an exclusive programme of private lunches with an opportunity to meet some of the students in Manchester’s oldest building.

If you are interested in joining Humphrey Chetham Membership and helping us to complete the next phase of exciting projects, please contact the Development team.

Email: Development@chethams.com

Tel: 0161 838 7202

*Membership events require a small surcharge to cover the costs for food, drinks, and any other entertainment charges ensued. 

 

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