Wednesday 16 Jul 2003


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Network Rail is to hold its first AGM on Wednesday 23 July in Glasgow before its 114 members.             The details are as follows:- Where -          Radisson SAS Hotel, 301 Argyle Street, Glasgow (0141 204 3333 – 50 yards from Glasgow Central station). When -            11.30 for midday start, Wednesday 23 July 2003. What -             Short presentation by Chairman and Directors followed by normal AGM Business. The AGM is expected to last around two to three hours. Facilities -        Clear signage to AGM (on first floor) in hotel lobby.                         Press signing in desk.                         Media room with refreshments, live TV feed of proceedings, phone/fax/modem lines.                         Small reserved area in AGM conference room.                         Network Rail Chairman or CEO to pop-in to the media room after the AGM for a brief chat.

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