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Tourism Alumni Reunion, 8 March 2003

The Reunion, which involved around 75 people, consisted of an informal meeting at the University, a lunch in a bar in town, and a formal dinner dance in the evening. More photos will be added shortly.


Lunchtime at Bonavita, in Leeds. Jo Drake, Karen Draper, Carole Cavanagh, Becky Donoghue.


Becky Donoghue and Kofi Ohene-Djan at the Metropole Hotel where the dinner-dance was held.


Carole Cavanagh and Jo Drake: at the Metropole Hotel.


Lynn Barrett, retired tutor Roger Perry, Jane Austick, and Karen Draper: Metropole Hotel.

Those who knew Roger will be saddened to know that he died recently (February 2005) after being injured in a serious fall. Roger taught finance and accounting on the Tourism Courses and was always a popular colleague and tutor.

Image: Nic Lloyd

Nic Lloyd at the early gathering in the University refectory.

Image: Tracey Burgin and Sally Gregory

Also seen, here, at the University, are Tracey Burgin and Sally Gregory.

Image: Vibeke Burke, Stuart Moss and Abi Taylor

Vibeke Burke, Stuart Moss and Abi Taylor, who had met again just before the dinner at the Metropole.

Image: Tourism Reunion 2003 group at the Metropole Hotel

Smarter than the refectory, but just as sociable: getting down to dinner.

Image: Andrew Eaglen and Agata Eaglen

Tutor Andrew Eaglen with Agata Maccarone-Eaglen at the dinner.

Image: David Hind and his wife

Head of the Tourism Centre, David Hind, with his wife, Sheila.

Image: Rebecca Warsalee, Kathy Turner and Amanda Musson

Rebecca Warsalee with Kathy Turner and Amanda Musson.

Image: Joey Connor, Angela Lee, Cathy Buxton

Joey Connor, Angela Lee and Cathy Buxton.

Image: Rachel Barrowcliffe and Cathy Morris

Rachael Barrowcliffe and Angela Morris.

Image: Rachael Bywater and Cathy Newton

Rachael Bywater and Cathy Newton.

Image: Russell Winterbotham and Sam Henderson

Russell Winterbotham and Sam Henderson.

Image: Steve Hogger

Steve Hogger, dancing, not deprecating!

Image: Gini Rogers

Gini Rogers, who, with Claire Heap, had done the lion's share of organising the reunion, finally deciding around 1am that it had all been worthwhile. And everyone else agreed.

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