Wine and Dine with Eaves

17th January 2013, 6:30pm in Norfolk Arms, London, Eaves events

Join Eaves for an informal evening of tapas, wine and networking on Thursday 17th January 2013 in a private room at the fabulous gastro pub, the Norfolk Arms, to raise awareness of our work.

We have just 20 tickets available for this intimate evening and we would love you for you to be one of our guests.

The evening will kick-off with drinks from 6:30pm – 7pm. Then we will hear from the inspirational Vanessa Valleley, founder of leading women’s network and website We Are The City. Vanessa has kindly agreed to speak about the power of networking and how it can help us all towards achieving our goals.

We will then hear briefly from one of our Support Workers who can answer any questions you may have about Eaves’ work in supporting women who have experienced violence.

Food will be served from 7.30pm onwards and you are welcome to stay and mingle until 9pm.

Tickets £40

To purchase a ticket online please visit www.winedineeaves.eventbrite.co.uk or to reserve a ticket to pay on the door please contact rebecca.cork@eavesforwomen.org.uk (avoiding ticket fees).

Ticket includes a full tapas meal and a glass of wine. Additional wine is available to purchase on the evening.

Wine Menu

Tapas menu
Baked giant beans
Gherkin & caperberry
Prawns, mayonnaise
Chorizo in cider, bay leaf
Vine leaves stuffed with rice
Rojones; fried paprika pork belly
Red & green chilli peppers with feta
Spanish cured meat selection
Chickpea & tomato stew
Patatas alinadas
Artichoke hearts
Babaganoush
Hummus

The Venue
The Norfolk Arms
28 Leigh St
WC1H 9EP

Situated North of Russell Square tube station, the Norfolk Arms is within 5 minutes walk from both Kings Cross & Euston tube stations.

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