Victory Day dinner and tour

Public notice:

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  • The Better Off Out Brexit Victory Dinnewill be held on Friday 23 June 2017, from 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard – the home of the Royal Navy. After a private guided tour of Nelson’s flagship, HMS Victory, enjoy a couple of glasses of bubbly in the galleries of the National Museum of the Royal Navy, surrounded by historic exhibits telling the story of Horatio Nelson, HMS Victory and the Battle of Trafalgar, with magnificent views of HMS Victory.
Dinner will be in the museum’s Princess Royal Gallery, which also has stunning views across to HMS Victory. Starting with Hot Smoked Salmon, the main course of Beef Wellington celebrates Britain’s other great military genius of the Napoleonic Wars. The meal will conclude with a delicious Trio of Old English Desserts, a tot of Port and Tea/Coffee*Wine will be served with the meal.
(*alternative meal choices available for those with special dietary requirements)

Our after-dinner speaker will be a man who has devoted most of his life to the noble cause of freeing Britain from the anti-democratic European Union: DANIEL HANNAN MEP. One of the most inspiring speakers of our time, Dan needs no introduction from me; we are honoured that he has agreed to speak to us on this very special occasion.

This unique evening will commemorate the historic Brexit victory at the home of Nelson’s flagship that secured British freedom and independence at Trafalgar. The ticket price of £180 includes the private guided tour of HMS Victory, drinks reception, 3-course dinner, tea/coffee, wine and port, but is available to you, at the special earlybird deal price of £150 if you book your place/s not later than Friday 30 September 2016. Places are strictly limited, so please apply as soon as possible, to avoid disappointment. A deposit of £50 is payable on booking, with the remainder payable not later than 28 February 2017. To secure your place/s, please call us on 01242 235333. Payment may be made by credit/debit card over the phone. 
  • In addition, you may be interested in combining the Brexit Victory Dinner with our new Falklands Victory Weekend: this will run from 3:00 pm on Thursday 22 June 2017. Details of this will be announced shortly, but here are the provisional arrangements:

En suite accommodation at a 3-star hotel in Southsea, overlooking The Solent.

Thursday: visit the nearby Royal Marines Museum. Guided tour and Falklands War 35th Anniversary Victory Dinner in this magnificent building, formerly one of Britain’s finest officers’ messes. The guest speaker will be a politician who will speak about Margaret Thatcher and the British victory over Argentina in the Falklands War. Friday: visit to the Royal Navy Submarine Museum, via the Gosport Ferry and The Falkland Gardens, including a private guided tour of HMS Alliance by an ex-submariner, a talk by a submarine expert and lunch at the museum. Saturday: Armed Forces Day would be a great day to spend visiting the many attractions of Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, with lots of free special events going on throughout the day. In the evening, you could have dinner at The Courtyard in Southsea Castle, very close to our hotel.

As a guide, if you are interested in the Falklands Victory Weekend, it is likely to cost you around £200 per person for the 2-night weekend, or £240 per person for single occupancy. Don’t forget to add £150 per person for the Brexit Victory Dinner on the Friday night. If you wish to stay on Saturday night as well, add another £60 per person (£80 per person for single occupancy). NB: costs given are estimates only – full details will be sent to you in the next couple of weeks.
Essentially, especially if you don’t live within easy reach of Portsmouth, you will need to travel and stay overnight anyway, so you may find making a weekend of it an attractive option that won’t cost too much more than just going to the Brexit Victory Dinner.
Simon Richards
Simon Richards
Chief Executive
The Freedom Association

2 comments for “Victory Day dinner and tour

  1. July 29, 2016 at 6:24 pm

    Is it too late to change the dinner to Byron Burgers..? ?

    • July 29, 2016 at 8:13 pm

      Only if you’re a secret illegal.

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