Registration Open for Turkey Conference08 January 2014
UK - The organiser of the 2014 Turkey Science and Production Conference has put out a first call for registration. The meeting takes place at Carden near Chester on 27 and 28 March 2014.
Lat year's conference attracted over 240 delegates from more than 25 countries representing all parts of the turkey industry and its suppliers and organiser, Dr James Bentley, looks forward to welcoming many old and new friends from the industry again in 2014.
In 2013, the conference moved to a new venue at Carden Park Hotel and Golf Resort, Carden, Chester, UK with more bedrooms and larger presentation facilities than Shrigley Hall.
For 2014, the organiser will again allocate rooms at Carden Park by priority for sponsors and speakers and then for delegates in order of registration.
There will be a limited shuttle bus transport from Manchester Airport on 26 March and back to the airport on 28 March. Further details will be provided but would request if you think you would require this option to tick the box on the registration form.
Please note the programme will again start earlier on Thursday morning to reflect a greater number of requests to speak. Other changes to improve the programme and venue are being planned - more information will be presented on the web site in due course.
If you wish to receive further information or send a registration by e-mail then please reply to email@example.com.
Further information for registration or programme details are also available at www.turkeytimes.co.uk.
The full registration fee includes accommodation on the night of Thursday 27 March 2014, which will be reserved with your registration. There is no opportunity to book directly with the venue - hotel bookings need to be made via the organiser, who will book accommodation on the night of 26 March for you - please note this is paid on departure.
All the rooms at Carden Park are large double or twin bedded rooms and discounted rates are available for sharing rooms plus other registrations for part of the meeting are available - please email (above) for further information.ThePoultrySite News Desk