How to Book
SAVE £30 – Early Bird Offer
Book your place at the 2024 HGI Conference before 29th February 2024 and you can SAVE £30 on the special Conference Package – this includes attendance and lunch on both Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st April, a 3 course buffet dinner on the Saturday evening (exc. drinks), refreshments at each break and conference materials.
Early Bird rate - £364 per delegate
Normal price - £394 per delegate (after 29.2.24)
BOOK YOUR PLACE
To book your place, please call our friendly team at the HG office on 0 44 (0)1323 811662 (9.30am–5.30pm GMT, Mon–Fri) with your credit/debit card details - alternatively, you can pay by Bank Transfer – but please advise us when you are doing so.
If you'd like to pay in installments, or can only attend one day, you can arrange this when you call.
Bed & breakfast accommodation is available at Woodland Grange and the venue have allocated a number of rooms for our conference delegates – please call them, giving the reference number 201795 and mention that you are booking for the Human Givens Conference so they can release these rooms to you. There is also plenty of other accommodation available locally and the venue is easy to get to via road, air and rail.
Places are limited – as demand is always high we recommend booking as soon as you can.
If you'd like to ask for more information, please don't hesitate to contact our friendly team at the HG College office on 0 44 (0)1323 811690 (9.30am–5.30pm GMT, Mon–Fri).
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