OK, this is me being complete rubbish.
The only e-mail communication I can find on this evening is the following note from Linda Cook to me and Michael.
Just to let you know I have organised a night out with the team/old team on 18 February if you are about.
Booked a table at Jugged Hare in Chiswell Street (at Steph’s suggestion) http://www.thejuggedhare.com from 18.15. Expecting about 7/8 people.
It’s in my diary. I clearly remember going. I remember enjoying the evening a lot. Good size of group, got to talk with more or less everyone who turned up, nice place.
Beyond that, a blank. I need help.
Over to other Z/Yensters (current and alum) to fill in the blanks. Otherwise the blanks will remain.
Steph e-mailed in to say:
I’ve got nothing with which to fill the blanks, I’m afraid! I just remember a very pleasant evening and tables made of wine barrels… (I think).
I also spoke with Ben about it and he said more or less the same thing as Steph.
Linda suggests a reason for our poor memories, but then adds some helpful material:
Maybe too much red wine. Well, I can’t quite remember either…
…Ben, Richard, Ellie, Steph, Mary, you, me…Clive Hyman definitely…
…not sure if Mark, Cristiano and Sonya were there (have acceptances from them but…)
Yes, I recall having a good long chat with Richard and Ellie that evening in particular. But it was one of those evenings when you get to speak with everyone for a while. Like musical chairs but without the music.
Further updates will be gratefully received.