The conference is on Saturday 17/3/18 -
registration from 9 am, conference starts at 10.00 am and it concludes at 5pm.
Coffee and bacon butties on arrival (vegetarian option), buffet lunch, varied
programme of speakers.
Venue: North Lakes Hotel, Penrith - Telephone direct: 01768 868111
The Conference is now FULLY BOOKED and there is currently a waiting list.
Therere are still places avaialable to attend the Cumbrian themed dinner on Friday 16th and/or the Irish themed dinner on Saturday 17th March. Dress is smart casual, optional dinner dress.
Please book directly with Brian Politt email firstname.lastname@example.org. Both dinner cost £30/person.
Confirmed speakers are James Martin (formerly the "Rotary
Blogger"), Judith Diment (PolioPlus); Ken Robertshaw (Rotary Peace
Scholars); Susanne Rea (Founder of The Worlds’ Greatest Meal); and two speakers from the Royal British Legion.
It is with great regret that Rory Stewart MP for Penrith is unable to join us at the conference.
Paul Dawson, a full time professional magician from Leeds with over 15 years experience, combining a mixture of sleight of hand, misdirection, comedy and lots of surprises has been booked, and will entertain us for the final session of the conference.
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