Tourism Society 40th Anniversary Celebration

Monday September 18, 2017

Tourism Society 40th Anniversary Celebration
Monday 18th September 2017, 6.30pm

Trinity House, London

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Trinity House exterior and Court Room (photos:


Join us to celebrate our 40th Anniversary at the impressive Trinity House, opposite the Tower of London.

The event is an opportunity for us to be informal and just network, connect and mingle as we bring individuals together from across the Travel, Tourism and Visitor economy sectors for live music and canapés. For the last 40 years we have managed to evolve with the changing face of tourism and we look forward to the next 40 years, and so join us to share a drink on this special occasion.


Date: Monday 18th September 2017

Location: Trinity House, London EC3N 4DH

Time: 6.30pm - 9.30pm


Tourism Society members £35

Tourism Society members guests £35
Non-members £45
Student members £25

*Please note: No VAT will be added to your ticket purchase price. All payments made via a credit card will be subject to a 1-2% credit card charge on booking – payments can be made via credit card or bacs. Please contact for bacs payments).

Dresscode: Smart casual

Special Guests to be announced. 


Thank you to our Sponsors:

Venue sponsor Trinity House

Trinity House, home to the General Lighthouse Authority, is situated on Tower Hill opposite the Tower of London and is one of London’s most distinguished private venues.  Easily accessed by car or the underground, the House has the ambience of a grand private residence and can be hired on an exclusive basis for important social and corporate occasions.  Behind the building’s Georgian façade are five elegant meeting rooms ranging in capacity from 10 to 130 (seated) places and 180 standing. The House also showcases many remarkable maritime artefacts that bear testament to the prominent role played by Trinity House in the nation’s maritime legacy.

The history of the House is omnipresent and throughout the building, valuable paintings and antiques bear out the nation’s remarkable nautical heritage.  This chronicle began in 1514 when a young Henry VIII granted the charitable guild of mariners a Royal Charter to regulate the water traffic on the River Thames, their powers later extended by Elizabeth 1 to include the sea-markers around the English coastline. In its 200 year history, the building has welcomed royalty, prime ministers and Lords of the Admiralty and is today managed by Deputy Master, Captain Ian McNaught.  Reflecting the on-going patronage of the Crown, the current Master of the Company is HRH The Princess Royal, filling a role held in former centuries by, amongst others, the diarist Samuel Pepys, the Duke of Wellington and William Pitt. 

To view a brief film of the House and its facilities, please visit:   

Contact:  Edgar King, Events Manager –  Tel: 020  74816931   Twitter:  @trinityhouse_uk


There are three aspects to what made does.

Firstly: Tourism Marketing, Representation & PR.
Client base includes private sector companies in the entertainment, arts and sports industries.

Secondly: Event organisation, specialising in the production of high-profile promotional events.

Thirdly: Organising travel itineraries for individuals and groups.

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Venue Information

Trinity House
Tower Hill



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