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Evening Events

Welcome Reception, Sunday 4 July 1999:
complimentary to all delegates and registered accompanying guests, this reception will be held in Teviot Row on the Congress site. Wine and soft drinks will be served, providing the opportunity to meet colleagues in a convivial atmosphere. This reception is sponsored by Oxford University Press.
Congress Reception, Tuesday 6 July 1999:
will take place in the Royal Museum of Scotland in Chambers Street close to the Congress venue. This event is open to all delegates and registered accompanying guests. It is sponsored by the European Journal of Applied Mathematics.
Scottish Evening, Wednesday 7 July 1999:
to be held in Teviot Row, this event offers delegates the chance to sample traditional Scottish fayre and entertainment. There will be a modest charge of £10 per person. Tickets will be sold on a first come first served basis - book early to avoid disappointment.
Film Evening, Thursday 8 July 1999:
a Scottish film will be shown in the George Square Lecture Theatre. The event is open to all, but please note that places are limited to 500 and entry will be on a first come first served basis on the day.


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Accompanying Guests' Excursions

Scotland has much to offer and you can be sure of a typically warm Scottish welcome! We have organised two tours on Tuesday, 6 July 1999 for your enjoyment. These tours are also open to delegates. Please see the registration form for booking details.

1. St. Andrews and Fife 0900-1700; £28 per person
Departing from Edinburgh and travelling north over the River Forth with spectacular views of the century-old rail bridge, you will pass through the picturesque fishing villages of Fife before reaching St Andrews, home of golf and Scotland's oldest university. On the return journey you will visit Falkland Palace, a favourite house of Mary, Queen of Scots.
2. The Highlands in Miniature 0900-1730; £28 per person
This tour includes a visit to Stirling Castle, the centre of an area made famous by Rob Roy and Braveheart. Then on to Callander and through the Trossachs, a region of mountains and lochs, before reaching the village of Aberfoyle where you can visit a woollen mill. The return journey includes a short visit to the beautifully scenic Loch Lomond.

All prices quoted are per person and include coach transportation, guide services and entrance fees to places of interest as indicated. The prices shown also include VAT but please note lunch is not included. All tours will depart from Appleton Tower on the Congress Site.
Please note: all tours are subject to minimum numbers being met and must be booked no later than 28 May 1999.


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