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RIBA Dorset: Winter social and quiz

Get together with fellow architects, students, and friends to take part in a fun quiz at Poole Hill Brewery, home of Southbourne Ales.

Gather 'round with your mates and fellow architects to test your general knowledge, trivia, and architectural prowess to emerge victorious as RIBA Dorset's most competent quizzers 2024.

Everyone is welcome - whether you're an architecture aficionado or a trivia titan - and there will be a buffet dinner provided by RIBA Dorset included in the price of your ticket. We've booked the lovely function room at Poole Hill Brewery, the home of Southbourne Ales.

Brighten a mid week winter evening with some quizzing fun.

About Poole Hill Brewery

Vacant for 20 years this former Rolls Royce car showroom was transformed with a Victorian style timber shop front and a 20-barrel brewery plant, transforming this neglected property into a beer lovers haven.

About RIBA Dorset

Your chair in RIBA Dorset is Sarah Mitchell who is always happy to hear from you and your practice. There are plenty of ways you can get involved from taking an active role in the branch or joining events and networking with fellow architects.

What does your local RIBA branch do?

A RIBA branch serves a specific geographical area and acts as a local hub for architects, providing a platform for professional development, networking, and advocacy; while also contributing to promoting architectural excellence and community engagement.

The activities and functions of a RIBA branch can include:

  • networking and community building: Organising events, lectures, and social gatherings to facilitate networking among local architects and professionals in the built environment.
  • supporting students and emerging professionals: Traditionally, branches collaborate with their local schools of architecture, facilitating connections between students, young architects, and established professionals.
  • knowledge sharing and promoting local architecture: Creating platforms for the exchange of ideas, experiences, and knowledge within the local architectural community.