07 Nov 2019 at 7:00pm
until 08 Nov 2019 at 2:00am
Clowns Wine Bar and Jesters Nightclub
114-118 Bevois Valley Road
Spire Southampton Hospital is excited to offer an evening of complimentary mini-consultation appointments with Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Mr Aris Konstantopoulos.
A free mini-consultation is an opportunity for you to ask any questions you may have about cataracts, treatments and surgery during a 15-minute informal consultation.
When: Wednesday 27 November, from 6.30pm
Where: Spire Southampton Hospital - find us
Hosted by: Mr Aris Konstatopoulos, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon
How to book:
Places are limited, so let us know whether you would like to attend by calling 023 8076 4314 or using the booking form below to register your interest and we will get back to you with an appointment time.
Please note that mini consultations are an opportunity to ask any questions you may have, and are not a formal out-patient consultation. If you wish to proceed to treatment or surgery, a full out-patient consultation will be required.
In the absence of a ball this year we have organised a less formal Curry night and we hope that you can join us! An eat as much buffet curry will be served from 7pm but please join us for drinks in the bar from 6.30pm. We will also take a moment to speak about progress with our research programme that is regularly reported in medical journals. Bring your friends and family for a treat on a school night! Space is limited so please book early via eventbrite - tickets purchased on the night will be £25.
Join Julian Humphrys for a walk around Southampton's medieval city walls and a visit to the newly-reopened God's House Tower with its new displays and views of historic Southampton.
God's House Tower is an amalgamation of two buildings: a simple gatehouse, built in the late 13th century; and a massive spur work, an early 15th century addition consisting of a two-storey gallery and a three-storey tower. The building takes its name from the nearby hospital of God's House, founded in 1168 as a refuge for poor travellers.The original gatehouse was built to provide access to the newly constructed quay and remained more or less intact until a major French raid in 1338, after which the defences were reinforced. God's House Tower is a culmination of that work and is one of the earliest forts built specifically to carry cannon.
Depart: 10.30am God's House Tower, Town Quay Road, Southampton, SO14 3AW.
God's House Tower is a 25-minute walk from the central station. For car parking information visit http://www.southampton.gov.uk/roads-parking/parking
Admission to God's House Tower (payable on day to Tower Staff): £5.00.
The Tower cafe (admission free) will be open for refreshments before and after the visit,