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Northern Society of Chartered Accountants

At the heart of northern business since 1882

Teesside Society Annual Dinner 2022

Date: 18 November 2022 19:00 - 23:00

Type: Social and Networking

Organiser: NorSCA, Teesside

Gursharan Singh, Teesside Society of Chartered Accountants (TSCA) Chairman, invites you and your clients, colleagues and friends to our Annual Dinner on Friday 18 November 2022 at Jury’s Inn Middlesbrough from 19:00 until late.

Annual Dinner 2022

Look forward to a special evening this November – you don’t have to be a Chartered Accountant to enjoy the evening with us – our dinner is open to all. We would love for members to bring their colleagues, clients and guests to enjoy a memorable evening and a superb networking opportunity.

Our principal guest speaker this year will be Paul Frost

During the course of the evening, we will hold a raffle to raise funds for Middlesbrough Foodbank. Registered Charity Number: 1151665

Rate Cost
Price £50.00 + VAT

Roasted Tomato and Red Pepper Soup with a Basil Pesto Garnish served with a Selection of Bread Rolls (v)


Thyme Butter Basted Chicken Breast with Roasted Winter Vegetables and a Rich Pan Gravy


Butternut Squash, Ricotta and Sage filled Tortellini with Wilted Spinach, Sugar Snap Peas and a White Wine Sauce (v)


Sticky Toffee Pudding with a Rich Butterscotch Sauce served with Vanilla Ice Cream (v)


Cheeseboard offering a Selection of Cheeses


Tea, Coffee and Chocolates

Speaker – Paul Frost

Paul’s career began on the Evening Gazette newspaper in Middlesbrough where he combined the strange bedfellows of crime reporting and the showbiz column before moving on to freelance for the national press.

He became a scriptwriter for TV, an ITN news reporter (covering such topics as the wedding of Charles and Diana) and for fifteen years the presenter of Tyne Tees TV’s nightly news programme Northern Life.

He was known as the Beard on the Box until he lost his whiskers on national TV as part of the Telethon with Michael Aspel.

Paul overcame his fear of flying by taking his pilot’s license (paid for with the proceeds of a pantomime on ice at Whitley Bay).

His popularity on TV and regular interviews with “the stars” such stars as Paul McCartney, Sting, Tina Turner, and Les Dawson and political heavyweights such as Margaret Thatcher and John Major opened the doors of the after-dinner circuit. Tony Blair booked him annually for his constituency dinner.

He formed his own PR and film company in 1994 and has produced a series of DVD documentaries including The Seeds of Goosepool which tells the fascinating tale of WWII Lancaster crews and their devastating losses and The Great Survivor, the story of Europe’s oldest battleship still afloat.

His book “Where’s Me Glasses?” is a squint from middle age, dedicated to everyone who has turned the corner from Adventure Avenue to Downhill Drive. He admits on the cover that he’s now an old git. But of course that hasn’t always been the case. He’s been a teenage git and a young married git.

Paul has two daughters and a son and lives in the village of Bishopton near Darlington in North East England with his wife Jo.

He has the ability to laugh at life and all around him and specialises in accents and mimicry. His talents once fooled Esther Rantzen with is impersonation of Prince Charles…..the story made the News of the World has delighted audiences ever since.

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Jury's Inn Middlesbrough

Jury's Inn
Fry Street

Tel No: 0871 3769028

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