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Events for 2015

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Guided Pub Walk

Wed 19 Aug 2015 5.45 for prompt start

We are repeating our now regular and very popular annual guided walk in London with our favourite guide. Our first stop will be the Swan pub in Ship Tavern Passage, 77 - 80 Gracechurch Street close to Leadenhall Market, a short walk from the base of the Monument just outside Monument tube station.

We will then visit/view the New Moon and Lamb Taverns in Leadenhall Market before crossing the road to visit/view the famous Jamaica Wine House in St Michael’s Alley (London’s first Coffee House) before moving on up Bishopsgate towards Liverpool Street Station and the site of Spitalfield Market to visit/view the Ten Bells and Pride of Spitalfields pubs. The walk will end at Preem, a large Indian Restaurant at 120-122 Brick Lane for our meal together – the manager of the Preem said he would offer us a free first round of drinks and a 20 per cent discount! (Please note that the meal is optional and at participants’ cost.

This event is free for LRG members, £5 for non-LRG members (for the walk only). Maximum number of participants is 20.

Please register by 15 August 2015 for both the walk and the meal via Eventbrite. (TO FOLLOW)


with Michael Farrell

Fri 19 June 2015 6:30 for 7 pm - 9 pm

A joint infotech/LRG seminar on IntelliWebSearch with Michael Farrell

A presentation and live demonstration of an application used to search terminology across a number of Internet sites. Michael Farrell, Creator of IntelliWebSearch

Cost: LRG and infotech members: £10, Others: £15

EU Revision Workshop

with Peter Workman, Brian Porro and Paul Kaye

On 22 June 2015

Nearest tubes: St James Park, Westminster

Two separate sessions 10.00 - 12.45, 13.45 - 16.30 with a light lunch for all participants at 1pm).

Are you ever called up to revise a translation - a colleague’s, a competitor’s, your own? How would you define the task; what does it involve; what purpose does it serve and how should you set about it? And do you ever struggle with punctuation?

An opportunity to discuss these questions (and doubtless many others) with members of the EU Commission’s DGT. The workshop will include a short, group exercise.

Event organised jointly by LRG and representatives of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Translation.

There will be two separate sessions, one in the morning, one in the afternoon. Light refreshments will be served at the start of both sessions and a sandwich lunch in the mid-way break, providing a networking opportunity for participants from both sessions.

NB: Event supported by EU Commission DGT and sponsored by LRG.

Cost (to cover catering charges): £10 LRG members; £15 non-LRG

To book a place via Eventbrite: CLICK HERE

This event qualifies for 3 hours CPD.

The Annual LRG Pub Crawl

The secret pubs of WC1 – all welcome!

Thurs 9 July 2015 – 6 for 6.30 pm

Join us for an exploration of some traditional London watering holes – a stroll around the hidden streets and squares of WC1, visiting a number of traditional pubs between Kings Cross and Russell Square, ending with a typical London pub supper, at The Swan.

We shall be visiting: The Lord John Russell, The Lamb, The Queen’s Larder and The Swan, where those who wish to can enjoy a typical London pub supper.

No fee - all welcome, LRG members and non-members

Meeting points:

6 pm at Russell Square Underground Station, or
6.30pm at The Lord John Russell, 91-93 Marchmont Street, London WC1N 1AL


Websites, social media and blogging: how you can reach your customer. With Keren Lerner of Top Left Design

Mon 11 May 2015 6:30 for 7 pm - 9.30pm

Keren Lerner of Top Left Design Click will share her expertise, highlighting the special requirements of freelance translators and interpreters. Keren is an enthusiastic proponent of the use of online digital marketing and social media to promote your business to your target audience. She will share examples, time saving tips and strategies to help you to really stand out online.

Refreshments: Coffee/tea/biscuits/fruit

Cost: £5 for LRG members; £10 for non-members