The 8th BAPCA conference is taking place from 17-20 August 2017 in Shropshire at the Harper Adams University
Prices: Early bird: before 18th June. Full cost: booked after 18th June (please scroll down if the prices arent immediately visible).
|Full delegate||Early bird member||Early bird non-member||Full cost member||Full cost non-member|
|Attending whole conference with accommodation||£418||£468||£448||£518|
|Full delegate: camper (attending using own tent)||£199||£245||£245||£285|
|Accommodation: One day, one night (including three meals) Thurs/fri/sat||£160||£160||£160||£160|
|As above, but camping||£99||£99||£99||£99|
|Camping Sat 1300-Sun 1300||£99||£99||£99||£99|
|Day rate thurs/fri/sat (includes lunch)||£34||£45||£56||£60|
|Day rate Sunday (includes take-away lunch)||£30||£34||£34||£38|
To book your place for the conference please call Di on 01600 891508
Call for conference workshop facilitators
If, at the conference, you would like to:
- Run a workshop, share a paper, hold a panel discussion, offer a group, display your research, or other…Please contact the organising team firstname.lastname@example.org
A bit about Shropshire...
Welcome to Shropshire, one of England’s last remaining rural idylls. Here you will find the medieval county town of Shrewsbury, the birthplace of that evolutionary thinker Charles Darwin; Ironbridge saw the birth of the Industrial Revolution and is now a World Heritage Site, whilst Much Wenlock was the very inspiration for the Modern Olympic Games. To find out more about Shropshire go to www.visitshropshire.com. We are sure that attending the BAPCA conference in Shropshire will leave you suitably inspired too.
The BAPCA CG looks forward to seeing you at the forthcoming AGM and community day, on Saturday 19th August 2017, at Harper Adams University. The day starts at 9 am, with community for those who will a) either have stayed the night before or b) can arrive at that time. There will be a break from 10-10.30 to allow for arrivals for the day, with community starting at 10.30. Lunch is 12.30-2 with afternoon community starting again 2-3.20. After a short coffee break, the AGM will start at 3.30. The AGM will run until 4.30 and we will close out with another hour of community afterwards. There will also be an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) to consider and vote on the BAPCA constitution, which has been re-drafted in alignment with the Charity Commission’s model constitution for a Charitable Incorporated Organisation.
Saturday 19th August
This will take place at Harper Adams University (HAU), lunch and refreshments will be provided. For those wishing to travel the night before B&B accommodation has been reserved at HAU for Friday and/or Saturday nights (£54 per person per night) – the whole day has been booked at HAU, so that there will be plenty of time for encounter and debate.
We are organising a liftshare. If you have space, or would like a lift, please click this link to tell us where you are coming from and when and we will attempt to find you a liftshare. You can also click this link to find out more about the scheme.
Please book directly with the office at HAU: tel. 01952 815324; email: email@example.com
Please read, and print out any of the attached documents you wish to bring with you to the AGM.
Proxy vote forms* and postal votes can be posted to: Sara Callen, BAPCA Secretary, 7 Albert Terrace, Buckhurst Hill, IG9 6DU. Please mark your envelope ‘Postal vote’, so that it will not be opened until the election at the AGM. Proxy forms can be emailed instead, to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please find below relevant documents for the AGM:
Nominations and profiles including postal vote form
Draft Minutes AGM 2016
BAPCA Charitable Incorporated Organisation constitution draft (you need to be logged in as a member to view this)
Proxy Vote Form
Postal Vote Form
Convenor's report to the 2017 AGM August