This was our second annual Regional Luncheon, hosted this year by the Central Region.
Thank you Joy Sandoz for all your hard work helping to organise it.
The Hôtel DuPeyrou was the ideal setting, it is a mansion in the city of Neuchâtel, built between 1765 and 1771 for Pierre-Alexandre DuPeyrou by the Bernese architect Erasme Ritter.
The still mainly original interior of the mansion was executed by highly skilled craftsmen.
The gardens at the front of the Mansion and the beautifully furnished rooms take you straight back to the time in which it was built.
We enjoyed an apéro before lunch and were able to meet up with old friends.
It was lovely to see that Members had travelled from all the six regions.
Next year we will hold the autumn regional Lunch in Romandie-East.