Ferrari 70th Anniversary Exhibition Visit (Design Centre) and Italian Dinner

Thursday, 8th February 2018

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The aim is to have a relaxed winter get together of DCC members and spouses/guests reviewing the terrific Ferrari Collection in Kensington, London. The outline plan would be to meet around 3.30pm in the afternoon (or as soon as members can make it) We can enter the Ferrari exhibition anytime up to 1700. It closes at 1800. As entry is timed it will help to have an indication of numbers and make the booking in one go – probably paying at the same time.

Tickets are nominally £18 each but over 60s receive a concession and pay £13.50. Groups of 10 or more get a 10% discount i.e. £16.20. When I know the levels of interest I can possibly purchase group tickets or you may wish to buy on the day. The dinner is dependent but you can estimate around £50 per head.

The Design Museum is at 224-238 Kensington High Street W8. Nearest underground will be Kensington High Street and Hammersmith. Both will be a bit of a walk or need a bus ride.
Il Portico Restaurant has been booked (at 277 Ken High Street) – just over the road. Booking is at 1830  

Please let me know your interest in the above and potentially if you would like bring a spouse or guest?

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