Sale of tickets what you need to know

What you need to know:
Tickets go on sale on 14 January 2017
Tickets will be purchased through an online system that will ensure a trouble free process for the purchaser and the organisers
Payment will be made through Paypal, but you do not need to register for Paypal you can purchase as a guest
E-tickets will be issued so that you can print out, or file on your “smart” phone to gain access to the conference, on 22 September

Keep watching this blog and the QE2 Story Forum for more information

The QE2 Story 2017 Calendar

The QE2 Story has produced a fabulous 2017 Calendar that you can order online. There is a 25% discount on 13 and 14 December by adding discount code 8THDAY25 when you check out. You can find more information on the QE2 Story webpage.  http://www.theqe2story.com/QE2Shop/2017Calendar/index.htm

Event Planning

The Conference Planning Committee met on Saturday to discuss a very full Agenda.  Tickets will be on sale from 14 January 2017, so keep watching this blog and the QE2 Story website for information.

We would love to hear from any potential sponsors who can contact us at events@theqe2story.com to discuss options.

Conference Programme

Fabulous news that an outline of the conference programme will be released in December 2016.  Keep watching the event blog for more information!

The eagle eyed among you will have noticed an exciting change to the event speakers, with the addition of Professor David Humphreys speaking about QE2 and the Falklands conflict.

Clydebank Post coverage – 13th October 2016

“Major conference on historic vessel to be held in Clydebank to mark 50th anniversary.”

I was delighted to see yesterday that the Clydebank Post has written a fabulous article highlighting the event.

I contacted them a few weeks ago to give them details about it, and they were only too glad to help.  They have promised to follow the event closely between now and the day of the event itself. We have already received emails from people who have read the article and are keen to find out more.” Here is a link to the article to enjoy –

Clydebank Post article

– Lynda.