Why should you come to the event?
- Justin Urquhart Stewart of Seven Investment Management (7IM) is a fascinating speaker who will offer his humorous and insightful views into the investment world which both novice and seasoned investors will find interesting
- Mary Trease of Weavers will offer a series of fine wines for you to taste
- The event will be held at Weavers prestigious Georgian house on Castle Gate in Nottingham. You will have a chance to visit the wine cellars below the building in Nottingham’s famous caves and see the beautifully restored rooms in this hidden gem of a building
- All proceeds from the event will go to Childline, you will be supporting a great cause
- Excellent networking opportunities with other guests
The combination of Justin and Mary really promises to offer an excellent evening’s entertainment, which you can enjoy in the knowledge that you are supporting a great cause.
Who is Justin Urquhart Stewart?
After numerous press, radio and television appearances Justin is one of the most recognisable and trusted market commentators.
Originally trained as a lawyer, he has observed a unique understanding of the market’s roles and benefits for the private investor. Having trained as a barrister, Justin took up international corporate finance, working in both Africa and Singapore then back in the UK. This led Justin to help found Broker Services in 1986, which went on to become Barclays Stockbrokers where he was Corporate Development Director.
In early 2001, he co-founded Seven Investment Management (7IM).
Justin has a style all his own, if you have not heard him speak before you are in for a rare treat, if you have you know just how good he is.
Who are Weavers?
Based in the centre of Nottingham, Weavers supply a comprehensive and creative range of wines, spirits and liqueurs from the popular easy drinking styles through to the traditional and more unusual, rare and sought after products throughout the UK.
Weavers is one of city’s oldest independent businesses, established in 1844 it continues to thrive today.
One of Nottingham’s most well known faces; Mary Trease, will guide you through a series of fine wines. Mary is a true expert in her field; in 1995 she won the prestigious Vintner Scholarship, where she spent three months travelling around France understanding the French wine industry. In 1997 she also won the Roosevelt Memorial Travelling Scholarship and spent three months in the United Sates researching and understanding the American wine industry. Since then Mary has travelled extensively throughout the wine regions of the World gaining a wealth of knowledge and contacts.
Mary is head buyer for Australia for the Merchant Vintners buying group. She loves her New World wines, particularity those from the cooler climate regions.
Read more about Mary by visiting Mary’s Wine Scribbles.
How will the event help the NSPCC?
The ChildLine service receives thousands of calls from children and young people in distress wanting to talk about a problem they face. In addition to this, caring adults can call the NSPCC Helpline if they are worried about a child’s safety. The support and advice received calms fears, solves problems and, in the most extreme cases, even saves lives.
Imagine for a moment how difficult it is for an abused child to summon up the courage to speak out against their abuser and then imagine how they must feel if their call goes unanswered. The East Midlands ChildLine base answered over 7,000 calls in 2009/10 yet sadly, due to lack of resources, there were still many calls left unanswered and every missed call could put a child in more danger.
We want to help ensure that every child receives the help they need which is why we are supporting the Child’s Voice Appeal. The Appeal aims to expand both helplines by funding more counsellors to answer more calls.
This appeal is a massive investment in a safer future for all children in Nottinghamshire, and across the East Midlands, and a great opportunity for you to participate in such a worthwhile cause. We share the NSPCC’s vision for every child in the country to have access to confidential support through a communication channel they with which they feel comfortable.
Please support this event by booking your place now.
Tickets are priced at just £30 and placed are limited to 30 guests.
Click here to book your place now.
|When||Tuesday, 24th May 2011|
7.00 pm: Arrival
7.30 pm: Wine tasting with Mary Trease & Investment discussion with Justin Urquhart Stewart
9.30 pm: Depart
|Where||Weavers, 17 Castle Gate, Nottingham, NG1 7AQ|
£30 per person, places are limited to just 30 guests
All ticket proceeds from the event will go to the NSPCC’s Child’s Voice appeal
|Book||Click here to book now|