The Dawsongroup bus and coach Annual House of Lords Reception
In December, Dawsongroup bus and coach once again had the privilege of visiting the Palace of Westminster for their annual House of Lords Evening Reception.
As in previous years, the evening reception took place in the beautiful Peers’ Dining Room at the House of Lords and was kindly sponsored by Lord Snape of Wednesbury.
However, this time the event was slightly different. In earlier years, the evening reception had been hosted in the summer but due to several rail strikes planned in London last year, we postponed the event until December. Even though the UK had been hit by a burst of Arctic air, with the weather reaching temperatures as low as -10°, London did not let us down. With its beautiful Christmas lights and great seasonal atmosphere, it was the perfect setting for the evening!
The annual evening reception is regarded by many people in the UK’s passenger transport industry as the most important social event of the year to attend – and despite the transport difficulties getting to and around London, this time was no different!
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