Memorial Service for Charles Kennedy


A memorial service to mark Charles Kennedy’s remarkable contribution to public life will be held in the Bute Hall at the University of Glasgow, G12 8QQ on Thursday 18 June at 7pm.

It is expected that members of the public, politicians from across the spectrum, students old and new, academics and university leaders, friends and colleagues from the world of entertainment and the media will attend this service which is open to the public.

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  • Robin Bennett 10th Jun '15 - 10:30am

    Bute Hall will not be big enough

  • Caron Lindsay Caron Lindsay 10th Jun '15 - 5:58pm

    How big is it, Robin?

  • Erlend Watson 10th Jun '15 - 11:28pm

    Am I right that there is to be one in the south as well? Westminster (St Margarets?) I assume.

    I think the last such I went to was Jo and Laura Grimond. Who were probably both present (at least Laura was) the day I first met Charles. I was reading the tributes in Hansard and it made me want to cry again.

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