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Iqbal Shergill       Iqbal Shergill, Consultant Urological Surgeon
      BSc(Hons),MRCS(Eng),FRCS(Urol), FEBU
Tel: 01978 318241     
Mobile: 07976 946282     
Email: uroemerge@yahoo.co.uk     
Urology Training
NHS Practice
Wrexham Maelor Hospital (Map)

Department of Urology
Croesnewlydd Road
Wrexham
North Wales
LL13 7TD

Private Practice:
Spire Yale Hospital Wrexham (Map)

Wrexham Technology Park
Croesnewydd Road
Wrexham
North Wales
LL13 7YP

The Grosvenor Hospital Chester (Map)
Nuffield Health
Wrexham Road
Chester
Cheshire
CH4 7QP

Spire Abergele Consulting Rooms (Map)
Ground Floor
Priory House
North Wales Business Park
Abergele
Conwy
LL22 8LJ



NHS Secretary:
Miss Hannah Roberts
Tel: 01978 318242
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Private Secretary:
Miss Emma David
Tel: 01978 318241
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UroEmerge Course Photos:

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CBD on Testicular Torsion

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Course Director teaching new SPC technique

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DOPS on Scrotal Exploration

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High Faculty to Candidate Ratio

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Personalised Teaching of Practical Skills

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Personally Practice Scrotal Exploration on Animal Model

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Simulated Scrotal Exploration

Simulated-UroEmerge-Models-for-Safe-Teaching
Simulated UroEmerge Models for Safe Teaching

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Theatre Sister guiding Juniors as part of Multidisciplinary approach

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UroEmerge Sim Course



Cystinuria Educational Evening
Cystinuria Educational Evening

Cystinuria Association of North Wales CANOW and Multi-disciplinary Audience
Cystinuria Association of North Wales CANOW and Multi-disciplinary Audience

Discussion of successful outcomes of stone management for Cystinuria patients
Discussion of successful outcomes of stone management for Cystinuria patients

Dr Yee Ping Teoh discusses background and biochemical pathology of Cystinuria and Cystine stones
Dr Yee Ping Teoh discusses background and biochemical pathology of Cystinuria and Cystine stones

Dr Jones and Mr Anandaram discuss PCN instruments for large Cystine Stones
Dr Jones and Mr Anandaram discuss PCN instruments for large Cystine Stones

Patients Friends and Family with Cystinuria Kidney Stones
Patients Friends and Family with Cystinuria Kidney Stones

Prevention and Medical treatment including Methionine free diet Urine Alkalinisation Citrate D-Penicillamine Tiopronin - Thiola
Prevention and Medical treatment including Methionine free diet Urine Alkalinisation Citrate D-Penicillamine Tiopronin (Thiola)

Radiology of Cystine stones with Dr Vaughan Jones
Radiology of Cystine stones with Dr Vaughan Jones

Mr Shergill Talk on Flexible Ureteroscopy and Laser of Cystine Stones
Professor Shergill Talk on Flexible Ureteroscopy and Laser of Cystine Stones

Kidney Cancer Viva
Kidney Cancer Viva

Prostate Cancer Testis Cancer and Penile Cancer Viva
Prostate Cancer Testis Cancer and Penile Cancer Viva

Stones and UTI Viva
Stones and UTI Viva


Candidates making electronic Notes
Candidates making electronic Notes

Candidates making written Notes
Candidates making written Notes

Emergency 1 and Emergency 2 Viva
Emergency 1 and Emergency 2 Viva

Feedback at Viva Tables
Feedback at Viva Tables

Focussed Talk on BPH for Exam
Focussed Talk on BPH for Exam

Kidney Cancer and Bladder Cancer Viva
Kidney Cancer and Bladder Cancer Viva

Pass Fail Viva practice
Pass Fail Viva practice

Teaching & Training

TEACHING AND IMPORTANCE OF EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

Iqbal ShergillProfessor Shergill understands the fundamental importance of teaching and experiential lifelong learning and as such, has conceived, organised and successfully run several national and international practical skill courses for junior trainees, as well as career advice courses for medical students and junior doctors, at the Royal Society of Medicine, London.

In addition, Professor Shergill has excellent experience of regular formal teaching of junior (foundation) doctors in all hospitals throughout his SpR training, and this comprised of case-scenario based discussions (CBD), interactive teaching using Clinical Evaluation Exercises (mini-CEX) as well as tuition of practical skills using Direct Observation of Procedural Skills (DOPS).

As a Consultant in Wrexham, he is continuing his dedication to teaching by becoming a Trainer for Higher Urology trainees in the Mersey Deanery, as well as Trainer to Foundation doctors from Wales deanery and Designated Medical Supervisor for Advanced Nurse Practitioners in Urology.

FORMAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Professor Shergill has attended several formal teaching courses based on the fundamentals of teaching and education theory, to complement his natural interest in medical and surgical education/teaching.

  • Managing Trainees in Difficulty (Link)
  • Developing Your Clinical Teaching (Link)
  • Supervision Skills for Clinical Teachers (Link)
  • The EuSim Course: Simulator Instructor Course (Link)
  • Training and Assessment in Practice (Link)
  • Medical Management and Leadership Course (Link)
  • Training the Trainers Course (Link)
  • Endourology Training Course (Link)




CURRENTLY AVAILABLE COURSES ORGANISED, DIRECTED AND TAUGHT BY PROFESSOR SHERGILL

National and International Teaching & Training Courses
Professor Shergill currently runs several successful National and International courses, which he has conceived, organised and directed, in conjunction with his colleagues and Essential Updates Associates.

RAPID REVISION COURSE FOR THE FRCS (UROL) EXAMINATION
Viva Practice FRCS (Urol) BookThis is a new, national and international, intensive, 4-day residential course to provide candidates with the necessary knowledge and technique, to allow them to pass the FRCS (Urol) Viva examination.

This course includes:     Viva Format similar to Actual Exam with 64 Vivas guaranteed
    Detailed Scenario Based Presentations
    Key Pass/Fail Viva Topics
    Video recording of each Candidates performance with Personal Feedback
    Fully boarded 4* Hotel accommodation in Daresbury Park, Warrington, UK
    Full Buffet breakfast on Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings
    2 Course Lunch on all days
    3 Course Evening Meals on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings
    "Viva Practice for FRCS(Urol) Examination" book by Course Faculty


Feedback from previous courses:
    "This is one of the best revision courses I have attended"
    "Good viva practice, Good organisation, Good tips"
    "Good value for money"
    "Excellent course. Highly recommend it"
    "Realistic - felt like the real exam"
    "Exam orientated questioning"
    "Simulates Day of exam"
    "Provided ideal preparation for actual exam - similar to stressful exam conditions."
    "Very realistic for exam"
    "Excellent course - Ideal for preparation"
    "Extremely useful. Thoroughly recommend it."
    "Good and extensive viva practice"
    "Excellent viva experience"
    "Good to have intensive pressure during vivas"
    "Lots and lots of viva practice"
    "Fantastic viva sessions"
    "The number of vivas was amazing"
    "Thorough Vivas"
    "Teaching during vivas allowed us to gain important tips and tricks"
    "Pass-Fail vivas - covered a lot in a little time"
    "Pass/Fail vivas very useful"
    "Pass fail viva - Really helpful"
    "Pass / Fail Groups were very helpful"
    "The pass/fail station were very useful"
    "Friendly atmosphere"
    "High intensity of teaching"
    "Fast pace"
    "Well organised with knowledgeable faculty and real exam-like conditions"
    "Knowledgeable examiners with very good technique"
    "Very dedicated faculty"
    "Wide ranging faculty allowed exposure to all types of possible examiner"
    "The examiners were fair and willing to give extra sessions"
    "Distinguished and experienced faculty"
    "Excellent faculty"
    "Faculty very friendly + supportive"
    "Very approachable faculty"
    "Very good examiners"
    "Supportive faculty"
    "Feedback very good"
    "Faculty advises you of your weaknesses - get good feedback"
    "Good standard of examiners + feedback"
    "Personal feedback was extremely useful and helped me change my style of answering."
    "Good feedback"
    "Immediate feedback at tables was extremely helpful"
    "Feedback sessions excellent"
    "Good constructive feedback"
    "Constructive feedback from knowledgeable faculty"
    "Excellent course - Lots of vivas + good feedback"
    "Good clinical material"
    "Intensive course"
    "Practical tips were useful"
    "Good coverage of all scenarios"
    "Excellent lectures"
    "Excellent mini-lectures - simplifying each topic in a short time"
    "Drawing diagrams very helpful in Pass/Fail stations"
    "We were helped by testing us and then teaching us on drawing key figures/pictures for exam"
    "Spectrum of topics covered was wide-ranging"
    "No bullshit approach - To the point"
    "Will attend the course again before the viva"
    "Great course. Essential preparation for the exam. Good venue choice"
    "Excellent course. Good mix of individual vivas & observation."
    "Pass/fail sessions useful. Good accommodation"
    "Fantastic course, a well needed kick up the arse. Helps you prepare for the 'hard' vivas."
    "Excellent course,Very worthwhile, really good exam preparation."
    "Very well organised & run. Hopefully the course can continue to run yearly"
    "This is the most useful course I have ever done to prepare for the exam. Venue is perfect."
    "Well done organisation. Hope NOT to do it again as I hope to pass the exam, Thanks again"
    "Good course. Very intensive but excellent viva practice. Quality of examiners was very high."
    "Excellent course.Learned much."
    "Well organised.Very friendly. Overall - excellent""
    "Very good course. Great experience & preparation for the exam."
    "Would recommend to anyone doing the exam"
    "Excellent course. Excellent tutorials & quality vivas. Best prep for exam"
    "Great course. Really useful. Thank you very much."
    "VERY well organised course "
    "Intense but great viva experience"
    "Very good quality course, puts a candidate in the right mentality for the exam."
    "Video feedback very useful. Pass/Fail station is a great idea."
    "Excellent course. Can't find any fault. No issues with accommodation & food. Thank you."
    "Good course content. Well organised. Good logistics. Good catering. Venue accessible"
    "Excellent course. Pass/fail sessions useful. Good venue, AV facilities & accommodation"
    "Excellent course, essential prior to exam. Very intense but that is what is needed."
    "Excellent organisation. Would definitely recommend the course to a colleague"
    "Very useful course. Invaluable practice, great tips, very well organised"
    "Rapid Revision course is an invaluable tool to help prepare for the FRCS Urol exam.."
    "Excellent course.I cannot find any issues on the course. I will recommend to my colleagues."
    "Excellent course, worth attending."
    "Content - excellent, meets expectations, good utilisation of time. Location & food satisfactory"
    "Absolutely excellent. Thank you."
    "Well structured course. Good venue. Thank you"
    "Extremely useful course & wish I'd come even earlier."


Viva Practice for The FRCS (Urol) Examination Nov 2017 Course Flyer Download
Viva Practice for The FRCS (Urol) Examination Apr 2017 Course Application Form Download


Date: Saturday 4th November 2017 and Sunday 5th November 2017
To book a place: E-mail super_iqi@yahoo.co.uk Telephone 07590 212021
Click here for Rapid Revision FRCS Urol Course Photos



THE MEDICAL THERAPY IN UROLOGY COURSE
Medical Therapy Urology BookThe future of urology is changing from one based around surgery, to an outpatient system, concentrating mainly on medical management. Recently, there has been a huge expansion in delivery of urological care, 80% of which can be managed medically.

Hence, this new intensive 1-day taught course, aimed at junior trainees, has been introduced to provide an update on the medical management of urological disease.

This course includes:
Interactive Case Based Discussions of clinical scenarios commonly seen in current urological practice, and will be particularly useful for trainees preparing to sit for the FRCS(Urol) final examination. In addition, members of the multidisciplinary urology team, including nurse practitioners, continence advisors, and uroradiologists will gain useful information and tips on medical management in urology. Furthermore, clinicians in medical specialties and general practitioners will also be able to refresh their knowledge to guide initial medical management of most urological conditions.

Candidate Feedback from previous courses:
    "Excellent review course"
    "Good overall review"
    "Course was good and instructive from medical management"
    "Comprehensive, evidence based medical management"
    "Case discussion were realistic and useful"
    "Discussion very useful"
    "Excellent update of treatment / therapies in urological practice"
    "Concise medical treatments of urological condition"
    "I am more clear about medication used in OAB"
    "Mr Shergills' treatment algorithm of LUTS/BPH very useful"
    "Excellent talk LUTS & Papers"
    "NICE guidelines of LUTS"
    "Excellent presentation by Mr Siepp"
    "Good overview of medical therapy in renal and prostate cancer"
    "Update on new drugs"
    "Stones and metabolic work-up - excellent summary"
    "Greater confidence in medical management now"


Medical Therapy in Urology Course Flyer and Course Programme Download (PDF)
Medical Therapy in Urology Course Application Form Email for Details
Date: 142th December 2014




THE UROEMERGE™ SIM COURSE
Urological Emergencies in Hospital MedicineThis is an intensive 1-day practical skills simulation course aimed at all junior doctors who will be dealing with urological emergencies.

The course is relevant for all Foundation Doctors (FY1 and FY1), as well as Surgical Trainees (ST1, ST2 and ST3) in Urology, General Surgery, General Practice, Medicine and in Emergency Medicine. Importantly, it is based on Direct Observation of Procedural Skills (DOPS) and uses Case Based Discussion (CBDs) relevant to current training of junior doctors.

In this course candidates will learn and personally practice:
    Urethral catheterisation on Male and Female Simulation Models
    Supra-pubic catheter (SPC) Insertion: Add-a-Cath SPC and new Mediplus Seldinger SPC
    CT-KUB and IVU interpretation for acute renal (ureteric) colic
    Emergency scrotal exploration on animal model


Candidate Feedback from previous courses:
    "Excellent preparation for urology. Now confident in dealing with all urological emergencies."
    "Wish I had a course like this when I was FY1/FY2!"
    "Very good course with excellent hands on exposure"
    "Good friendly approach by faculty"
    "Suprapubic insertion and scrotal exploration particularly useful"
    "Would feel more confident doing a supervised SPC"
    "More confident in assessing uroemergencies."
    "Useful tricks of the trade for catheterising / bladder washouts / tackling paraphimosis"
    "Better understanding of SPC & torsion"
    "Good at increasing basic emergency/non-emergency management"
    "Now understand indications for admission & how to liaise with urologist after initial diagnosis & management"


UroEmerge Sim Course Flyer and Course Programme Download (PDF)
To book a place, please contact: Iqbal.shergill@wales.nhs.uk or Tel: 01978 318241
Click here for UroEmerge Course Photos




CYSTINURIA EDUCATIONAL EVENING

An inaugural meeting of patients with Cystinuria and clinicians diagnosing, treating and managing Cystine Kidney Stones in North Wales and Cheshire

Friday 9th November 2012

Includes Talks on
    - Biochemcial Pathology of Cystine Stones
    - Medical Management of Cystinuria
    - Radiology Diagnosis of Kidney Stones
    - Minimally Invasive Surgical Techniques

Feedback from previous course:
    "It was all very interesting!"
    "Very interesting"
    "Overall very good"
    "All questions answered"
    "Nice to meet the team on a less formal basis than usual"
    "Will have more knowledge when problem occurs"
    "Hands on approach"
    "Demonstration of PCNL equipment was great
    "Hands on opportunity to feel the equipment was excellent"
    "Know a lot more about correct diet now"
    "Active Involvement in the meeting"
    "Made to feel welcome"
    "Professionalism of the presenters"
    "Clear explanations"


Cystinuria Evening Flyer Download (PDF)
Click here for photographs



ON CALL SURGICAL AND UROLOGICAL EMERGENCIES COURSE
Surgical EmergenciesThis national course, for all junior surgical and urological trainees, aims to review all "on-call" surgical and urological emergencies, providing a structured approach to their effective management.

This course includes:
    Intensive 1-day course aimed at all junior doctors (FY1, FY2 and CT trainees)
    Based on interactive Case Based Discussions (CBDs)
    Moulage / Role play of all common scenarios with personal feedback
    Emphasis on Communication skills (written and verbal) with on call seniors
    Faculty of Consultants and SpRs in General Surgery and Urology


Candidate Feedback from previous course:
    "Excellent preparation for urology. Now confident in dealing with all urological emergencies."
    "Wish I had a course like this when I was FY1/FY2!"
    "Very good course with excellent hands on exposure"
    "Good friendly approach by faculty"


On Call Surgical and Urological Emergencies Course Flyer: Download (PDF)
To book a place, please contact: E-mail: uroemerge@yahoo.co.uk or Telephone: 07976 946282




RADIOLOGY MADE EASY COURSE FOR JUNIOR DOCTORS: SURGERY
Radiological investigations are increasingly becoming fundamental to the correct diagnosis and management of virtually all patients. This is particularly the case in surgical practice, especially in the emergency patient. Formal training for junior doctors in the understanding and interpretation of radiological imaging is lacking and hence we have introduced a new intensive 1-day course aimed at all junior doctors, to teach them the essential steps in understanding and interpreting all radiology investigations in surgery.

This course includes:
In this intensive 1-day course, all candidates will undergo Practice Scenarios / Moulage using Case Based Discussion (CBDs) followed by Assessment & Feedback of Communication Skills. This course is aimed at all Foundation year (FY1 & FY2) doctors, all ST1, ST2 and ST3 doctors and also aimed at all those in non-training posts as well. It is particularly useful to those preparing for the MRCS exam.

Testimonials / Candidate Feedback from previous courses:
    "Systematic approach"
    "Learnt importance of fitting in clinical picture with the radiograph"
    "Correlate with clinical information"
    "Relating clinical picture with radiological findings"
    "Systematic approach to interpretation"
    "Importance of systems and keeping things simple"
    "Different imaging modalities were fantastic"
    "CXR AXR and CT interpretation was excellent"
    "Shown a good structure to evaluate Xrays to help find abnormalities in chest"
    "Feel more confident with CT Abdo / AXR now"
    "Highlighted need to revise/learn more about CT Head"
    "Interpretation of CT KUB IVU interpretation - very good method learn"
    "Interpreting AXR with more confidence now"
    "Compare previous radiographs"
    "I really thought I knew all about CXRs until I came to this course!"
    "Felt more confident in interpreting CXRs"
    "Always think of AAA as differential for acute abdomen"
    "Knowing how to spot emergencies"
    "Both speakers very good and funny"


Radiology Made Easy Course: Surgery Flyer and Course Programme Download (PDF)
Radiology Made Easy Course: Surgery Application Form Download (PDF)
Date: Saturday 21st April 2012



HONORARY CLINICAL TEACHER - CARDIFF UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

In recognition for his valuable commitment to undergraduate (medical student) teaching and training in Wales, Professor Shergill has been awarded title of "Honorary Clinical Teacher" from Cardiff University School of Medicine (http://medicine.cf.ac.uk).

HONORARY SENIOR LECTURER - MANCHESTER MEDICAL SCHOOL

In recognition for his valuable commitment to undergraduate (medical student) teaching and training including final year studentships from Manchester Medical School, Professor Shergill has been awarded title of "Honorary Senior Lecturer" Manchester Medical School (http://www.medicine.manchester.ac.uk)



PREVIOUS COURSES RUN BY PROFESSOR SHERGILL



IS A SURGICAL CAREER FOR ME?
This was a national course that aimed to give medical students and junior doctors a broad introduction to the field of surgery and approaches to a surgical career.

It is well known that current medical students and junior doctors have even less time to expose themselves to surgical specialties than ever before and therefore will benefit from surgeons of different specialties talking about their branches under one roof.

The course highlighted the attributes and benefits of being a surgeon, discussed career pathways (including research and publications), as well as providing an insight into the work-life balance of a surgeon. Expert talks on Women in surgery, part-time training and lifelong learning and teaching as a surgeon, were presented, and finally, a projection of the future of surgery, and surgical training was debated.

"Is a surgical career for me?" course run successfully between 2010 and 2012 at the Royal Society of Medicine, with excellent feedback from previous candidates.



BASIC SKILLS IN SURGERY FOR MEDICAL SUDENTS
Whilst pre-operative and post-operative care features prominently on the undergraduate medical school curriculum, formal teaching of basic skills in surgery is often neglected - skills being picked up "on the job" during postgraduate training. As such, an intensive 1-day hands on practical skills course was introduced to formally teach all aspects of basic surgical skills. All candidates were given formal tuition and allowed to practice "scrubbing up", gowning and gloving, as well as instrument Handling, Knotting and Suturing in a simulated and safe environment. They were also taken on a tour of sterile services department, and given opportunity to write operating notes, after performing a simulated "minor surgery" operative procedure. Faculty included multi-disciplinary team of surgeons, experienced theatre sisters, ODAs and anaesthetists.

Basic Skills in Surgery for Medical Students Course Flyer and Course Programme Download (PDF)
Date: September 2011


Clinic Times

Monday AM
Stone clinic And General Urology Clinic
Deeside Community Hospital and Chirk Community Hospital

Tuesday PM
Flexible Cystoscopy and Haematuria Clinic

Wednesday AM
ESWL

Thursday PM
One-stop Rapid Access Diagnostic Urology Clinic
Oncology Follow Up Clinic
Emergency and Urgent Referrals Clinic



Operating Sessions

Tuesday AM
Day Case Operating Theatre

Tuesday PM
Main Inpatient Operating Theatre

Wednesday AM and PM
Main Inpatient Operating Theatre



Multidisciplinary Team Meetings (MDT)

Tuesday PM
Oncology MDT

Thursday PM
Stone and Endourology MDT Forum

Wednesday PM
Nephrology/Urology MDT (KUB Meeting)

Thursday PM
Continence Forum



Rapid Revision Course Photos:

Rapid Revision Course for FRCS Urol Viva Exam
Rapid Revision Course for FRCS Urol Viva Exam


64 Vivas Guaranteed

Testicular Cancer Viva
Testicular Cancer Viva

BPH and Andrology Viva
BPH and Andrology Viva

Urotechnology Viva
Urotechnology Viva

Prostate Testis and Penile Cancer Viva Table
Prostate Testis and Penile Cancer Viva


Female Urology and Neuro-urology Viva

Ca Kidne and UTIS Viva
Ca Kidney and Ca Bladder Viva

Emergency and Stones Viva
Emergency 1 and Emergency 2 Viva

Paeds and Urotechnology Viva
Paediatric Urology 1 and 2 Paediatric Urology 2 Viva

Pass Fail Viva Group Discussion
Pass Fail Viva Group Discussion

Clinical Scenario based Pass Fail Vivas
Clinical Scenario based Pass Fail Vivas

Short Lectures on Key Pass Fail Topics
Short Lectures on Key Pass Fail Topics

Lectures Focus on Pass Fail Topics
Lectures Focus on Pass Fail Topics

All Candidates Receive Course Textbook written by the Directors
All Candidates Receive Course Textbook written by the Directors

Video Vivas and Personalised Feedback
Video Vivas and Personalised Feedback

Urodynamics Focussed Talk
Urodynamics Focussed Talk

Teaching and Feedback during vivas
Teaching and Feedback during vivas

Teaching and Feedback at Vivas
Teaching and Feedback at Vivas

Pass Fail Viva Revision
Pass Fail Viva Revision

Four vivas per table
Four vivas per table

ED and Infertility Focussed Talk
ED and Infertility Focussed Talk

Candidates Timetable
Candidates Timetable

Candidates relax in Lounge
Candidates relax in Lounge

Emergencies Focussed Talk
Emergencies Focussed Talk

60 Pass Fail Vivas with explanations
60 Pass Fail Vivas with explanations

Breakfast Venue
Breakfast Venue


Coffee and Tea Breaks

Lunch Venue
Lunch Venue

Dinner Venue
Dinner Venue

Course Dinner Venue
Course Dinner Venue

Bedrooms
Bedrooms

All bedrooms have desk space for further revision
All bedrooms have desk space for further revision



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