HGI Attended Conference Postponed
Due to Covid-19 and the ongoing uncertainty over when large groups will be able to reconvene safely, the HGI has made the difficult decision to postpone this year’s attended conference until the weekend of 14th and 15th May 2022. We appreciate that this will be disappointing – and we thank you for your continuing patience and support.
We are now focusing all our efforts on planning for next year to make it another rewarding event. You can find information about the venue for 2022, provisional programme details and ticketing information here. We will post details of the final programme as soon as they are confirmed – so please watch this space for further information.
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