Annual Congress 2017

Social Events

 

 Annual Congress Dinner & Dance

Thursday 28 September 2017

Start Time: 19:30
Location: Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, Lady Chapel Entrance, St James Road, L1 7BY
Cost: £84

The drinks reception will be from 19:30 with a call to dinner at 20:00. 

This year’s AAGBI annual dinner and dance will be held in magnificent 'Well' of the Anglican Cathedral, with its grand gothic arches and its historic beauty delivering a modern twist  Please join us for this one off opportunity to wine, dine and dance in this stunning venue in the heart of Liverpool.

The dress code is black tie or cocktail attire. Decorations may be worn.

 

For guests arriving by taxi please ensure to direct the taxi to the Lady Chapel entrance on St James Road.

 5k Fun Run

Thursday 28 September 2017
Start Time: 07:00

Back due to popular demand a 5K fun run will be taking place around Liverpools renovated dockland area.
Meeting location: ACC

To book: Go to the AAGBI enquiries desk before the day of the Fun Run to fill in a disclaimer form
Cost: There will be a discretionary donation of at least £5 per participant which will go to SAFE.

 Parent and Baby Room

Parent and Baby Room! 

Room: Tbc

Don’t miss out on informative lectures and networking with colleagues at the AAGBI Annual Congress. Following the success of the parent and baby facility at AAGBI events, we will again be offering a Parent and Baby Room at the Annual Congress this year. We are arranging for a resource room where the lectures from the conference’s main auditorium will be streamed so that you can catch up on the conference proceedings whilst looking after your children within the comfort of an informal setting. Here are some testimonials from the parents who used the facility at GAT: 

“It was great to have a parent and baby room. Thanks to the people who had the brilliant idea. I could attend the GAT ASM because of the facility. I liked the relaxed environment where I could look after my baby and listen to lectures at the same time.” 

“I thought the baby room was great. The room enabled me to bring my baby to GAT and not worry about her disturbing the lectures. It also meant that I could listen to the lectures in a relaxed environment and let her play on the floor. I thought the video link was excellent. And tea/coffee on hand.”