Saturday 10th October 2020 is based in the Portsmouth University Richmond Buildings in a pleasant university square amongst many of the Old Portsmouth buildings, here we find a great lecture theatre to hold our interesting presentations. Whilst not far from the waterfront, Guildhall Square and the Historic Dockyard.
The theatre awaits its audience, with lifts to help you reach the best seat and spacious areas surrounding it for great discussions about the topics you are hearing. Adjacent is the Portland Buildings where we will be severed with all our refreshments including tea/coffee and our buffet lunch all included in the daily rate.
Take a trip just around the corner to where we will be holding our Festival Dinner at the John Pounds Community Centre, which serves this part of Portsmouth community in many different ways. John Pounds was a teacher and altruist born in Portsmouth and the man responsible for the creation of the concept of Ragged Schools. Our hope is through the Festival Dinner we can help the Food Cycle by raising awareness of their work and funds to continue their work. We also want to highlight the need for all of us to learn more about how we are wasting huge amounts of food in these islands and how we can help our environment through personal Action.
Being a popular resort for seaside holidays, Portsmouth has a wealth of choice when it comes to overnight accommodation. Hotels in Portsmouth range from small, independent places that offer a unique and bespoke service, to larger chains that provide comfort and peace of mind in equal measure.
Whether you’re looking for a huge hotel or boutique bed and breakfast, Portsmouth can certainly accommodate.