Date & Time
Saturday 11 September, 3.30pm – 12:00am
Dinner & boat-naming ceremony per person: £85.50
Accommodation per person: £64.50
Accommodation is very limited due to operational reasons. A small number of single rooms will be available for Saturday night on a first-come, first-served basis.
Outdoor wear for the Boathouse.
Scarlet/black tie or equivalent for dinner.
We are unable to offer places to non-Johnian guests due to the capacity of Hall.
Limited parking will be available on the Queen’s Road Playing Fields from 9am on Saturday until 6pm on Sunday. Security will be provided overnight but vehicles are left at the owner’s risk.
Friday 3 September
LMBC Reunion 2021
It is our great pleasure to invite former members of the LMBC to a reunion dinner in College on Saturday 11 September 2021.
Join us at the LMBC Boathouse for a glass of champagne and a boat-naming ceremony in the afternoon, followed by a drinks reception and dinner in Hall.
After a very long time apart, we hope this event will be a chance for many of the rowing community to come together again.
Please note that this event is currently at capacity. If you wish to be added to a waiting list, please email the Development Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Places will be confirmed on a first-come, first-served basis over the coming weeks.
3.30pm: Catch up with crew mates at the Boathouse. Enjoy a glass of champagne and the best view of the river.
4.30pm: An outdoor boat-naming ceremony at the Boathouse for two recent purchases.
7pm: Drinks reception in New Court Cloisters.
7.45pm: Dinner in Hall.
Midnight: Bar closes.
We hope you will be able to join us for a boat-naming ceremony for the following:
Men’s eight named after Professor Sir Christopher Dobson
Women’s four named after Dame Louise Makin
The College continues to prioritise keeping people safe and maintaining confidence in our risk management measures. We want you to have a good experience on site and for our staff to remain confident in working here. We will continue to monitor the risk and adapt our plans in response as needed.
We have planned this event to take place outdoors where possible. Therefore please come prepared for changeable weather!
These are some of the measures we will take to minimise risk:
a) There will be a slightly lower capacity in Hall to allow for some social distancing. We may ask you to wear a mask until you have reached your seat, and in other areas where you may be indoors with large numbers of people.
b) We may control the number of people entering the Boathouse if deemed necessary.
The college reserves the right to amend its policies in response to the changing situation and to put in place appropriate measures to manage any risk to our community or the operation of College. We will communicate this to attendees, as necessary.