Inverness – AGM – Annual Dinner – June 1st 2024

 

Trip summary

Phil Massey, Dave Chapman and David Jamieson have been working hard to identify and organise a location in Inverness for the 2024 RHSoc meeting. We’re pleased to say that they have been successful, and the 2024 RHSoc Dinner and AGM will be held at the Craigmonie Hotel, Inverness.


Trip itinerary

The AGM is an opportunity for Members and Subscribers to exchange ideas and give feedback to help improve RHSoc, the journals and the trips we offer.

We usually have a guest speaker and announce the results of our annual photo competition.

There are plenty of hills in the surrounding area for walking and climbing.

Accommodation

B&B rates are £150 per room and the hotel is holding 15 rooms for us on both the Friday and Saturday nights.

Please contact the hotel directly if you wish to book a room, mentioning RHSoc. There is a youth hostel virtually next door, and other hotels and B&Bs within walking distance.

Camping, caravan and motorhome sites are also available around the city, which of course also has a railway station and an airport nearby.

Cost

Meal prices are to be confirmed but we expect these to be up to £40 per person.

The main dining room is large so there shouldn’t be a problem getting everyone in who wants to attend.

Reserve or enquire about trip

At the moment this is a ‘save the date’ only, however we would appreciate expressions of interest which can be returned to Phil Massey’s email felix.massey@blueyonder.co.uk. Bookings will be opened early in 2024 when menu options are available and a dinner Gmail account set up.

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The Relative Hills Society is a friendly, informal group, aimed at helping folk meet their climbing and walking ambitions, and have fun in the hills.
 
We aim to promote an interest in climbing the British hills that are prominent relative to their surroundings.
 
We welcome new members. Members join us to read our Annual Journal, check out our Halls of Fame and join us on Members' Events and Trips including an annual trip to St.Kilda.
 
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