The annual dinner will be held at Clydebank & District Golf Club on Friday 17th March, 6.30pm for 7.00pm. The dress code is lounge suits.
Numbers are limited and as a result ticket allocation will be strictly on a ‘first come, first served’ basis and are priced at £25.00 per person. Tables of 10 from individual clubs for £220.00.
The evening will include the presentation of trophies to the winners of the 2016 competitions, followed by a 3 course meal with tea/coffee.
The guest speakers are James Robertson and Stewart Smith.
James Robertson has worked as a criminal defence solicitor in Airdrie for 15 years. He joined the Procurator Fiscal service in 1989. Since then, Jim has worked in Lanark, Hamilton, Stranraer and Kirkcaldy, before being appointed Assistant Procurator Fiscal for the East of Scotland, in 2012.
Stewart Smith was born and raised in the Lanarkshire mining village of Burnbank, the same village that reared such sporting greats as Jock Stein and Walter McGowan. While this upbringing led Jock and Walter to become legends of Scottish sport, Stewart achieved his own level of sporting fame as a less than promising left-winger with Blantyre Vics in the early seventies. These days Stewart’s sporting activities are mainly centred around Hamilton Golf Club, where he is widely recognised as a bandit, and occasionally watching the other love of his life, Hamilton Accies.
Tickets can be ordered via your club or direct from the DGU by e-mailing email@example.com.