Geneva English School (GES), Route de Malagny 36, Genthod (GE)
GPS: 46.269441, 6.15853
You are invited to attend the Garden Party being organized by the Romandie West Region of the British Residents’ Association of Switzerland to celebrate HM The Queen’s 92nd Birthday.
In addition to BRA members the invitation is also extended to other organizations with British links and citizens of Commonwealth countries and Ireland.
The Guest of Honour will be Ambassador Miriam Shearman, Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations, who will propose the Loyal Toast and to the Swiss Federal Parliament.
Participants will be greeted on arrival by Scottish pipers and a glass of Pimms and then proceed to the spacious lawns backing on to the school and overlooking the lake and mountains where drinks, finger food and entertainment will be provided.
The dress code for the occasion will be `smart casual´ or national dress and decorations may be worn.
The Association would like to express its grateful thanks to sponsors of the Garden Party, including British Cheese Centre, Happy Dogs, Crown Plaza Seventy Restaurant, Domaine des Biolles, Jim’s British Market, Occitane and Manor Chavannes.
We look forward to welcoming you to this special celebration!
Michael Type, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 022 776 24 18
To facilitate catering arrangements, it is essential to register your contact details:
(Name(s), address, e-mail address and telephone number) at the latest by Friday 15 June 2018
CHF: 40.- pp (CHF: 35.- pp for BRA members).
Children up to and including 16 years of age are welcome free of charge.
It would be appreciated if payment could be made in advance to either of the following accounts:
Post Office CCP Account No: 17-55708-4 or to IBAN CH38 0900 0000 1705 5708 4
Mentioning Romandie West QBP
There is parking for cars; alternatively, take the “V” line bus from Cornavin Railway Station which stops outside the school.
There is also a railway station at Creux de Genthod, some 10 minutes away.
Walk up Chemin de la Petite-Voie and then turn right along Route de Malagny.