The 177th Oldham Assembly, Queen Elizabeth Hall
PUBLISHED: 18:15 18 February 2018 | UPDATED: 18:15 18 February 2018
Darren Robinson Photography
Local business people to enjoy an opportunity to get together to discuss and debate the issues of the day
The 177th Oldham Assembly
Jane Thornton, Jody Durr, Faye Swindells and Emma Mayo
Mark Durr, Gary Mayo, Kieran Swindells and David Thornton
Richard Taylor, Melanie Taylor, Lisa McGuinness and Michael McGuinness
Lynn Stansfield and Mike Stansfield
President David Sefton and wife Rachel Sefton
Janet Dornan and Martin Dornan
Kevin Sanders, Amanda Sanders and Andrew Illingworth
Mark Perry, Daniel Illingworth, Imogen Godwin and John Williamson
President David Sefton and his wife Rachel Sefton greet guests
Lisa Torr, Phil Allingan, Megan Allingan and Dom Faulkner
Judy Wright, Richard Wright, Nigel Hill, Lorraine Howell, Nick Howell and Pam Hill.
Caroline and Iain McNeill
David Spencer, Erin Spencer, Tony Robinson, Paula Eardley, John Cartwright, Esther Cartwright, Karen Shelton, Chris Shelton, Ian Henry and Lucy Taylorl of Chartered Wealth Management
Rachel Freeman and Kaylee Monachino of Sefton's Accountants
Guests gathered at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in Oldham for the Oldham Assembly, a black tie evening now in its 177th year.
It was originally formed in 1840, as an assembly of local business people to enjoy an opportunity to get together to discuss and debate the issues of the day over a formal dinner and entertainment – a successful theme still continued in today.
Attendees at the prestigious bi-annual event enjoyed a president’s champagne reception upon arrival, followed by a five-course dinner prepared by The White Hart of Lydgate. Entertainment included live band Vibetown and a DJ.