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The 10th running of Dinner at the Roundhouse brought together guests from across the UK’s rail sector again last week for the industry’s favourite gathering.
The 2021 event saw over 680 guests – the largest crowd to date – celebrate collaboration and innovation in the UK’s fast-moving railway sector, bringing together operators, manufacturers, constructors, consultants and partners from across the supply chain.
As well as unrivalled networking opportunities, guests heard positive messages from Rail Minister Chris Heaton-Harris and Siemens CEO Will Wilson, and were entertained by comedian and best-selling author Tony Hawks.
Also, with your help, the evening raised over £4300 for the Royal School for the Deaf Derby on the night – not including all of the online donations made via out bespoke networking app!
Dinner at the Roundhouse has raised over £140,000 to date for a variety of charities, proving the astonishing generosity within the railway sector and its incredible power to drive change and help those in need locally, nationally and around the world.
Thank you for another wonderful evening in Derby, we look forward to seeing you all next year – mark the date in your diaries, 20 October 2022!
Dinner at the Roundhouse
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