Social Psychology Section Annual Conference 2012

Social Programme

21st August at 9:20am

Guided tour of St Andrews taken by Blue badge guide Shena Porteous.  This walk includes golf course, University, Cathedral and Castle (castle exterior only).

"Blue Badge Tourist Guides make a good experience great.  Entertaining, reliable and professional with the knowledge and expertise to bring your visit to life."

We will be meeting outside New Hall at 9:20am prompt.

If you would like to add this to your booking please contact the conference office as soon as possible as places are limited to 25, and we are expecting this to be very popular.  The tour is free and plenty of places are available so book now to avoid disappointment!

21st August at 7:30pm

Wine reception at The Museum of the University of St Andrews.

 

22nd August 2012

This years Gala Dinner will take place at Lower College Hall for a prompt 7:45pm start following arrival drinks at 7:00pm

We've organised some fabulous entertainment for the conference dinner.  We've got some wonderful Jazz music from Kenny Irons and his band.  Then from 9:30pm- 11:30pm we are going to have a Ceilidh!

"-A céilidh or ceilidh /ˈkeɪlɪ/ is a traditional Gaelic social gathering, which usually involves playing Gaelic folk music and dancing"

-and who better to tempt you out on to the floor than Billy Anderson! leader of one of Scotland's most prestigious Ceilidh bands! Billy has travelled the world hosting Ceilidh’s, so we’re very excited he’s able to join us!