2017 Events

Hawker Events runs a wide range of Conferences and Awards Evenings throughout the year and across the country, through both Caring Times and the Journal of Dementia Care.

Below are the current listings for Hawker Events’ 2017 programme.

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2017 Events
 
TITLE
DATE
VENUE
Scottish Caring and Dementia Congress 19 April 2017 Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
UK Dementia Congress 7 – 9 November 2017 Doncaster Racecourse, Yorkshire
National Dementia Care Awards 9 November 2017 Doncaster Racecourse, Yorkshire
National Care Awards 24 November 2017 Hilton London Metropole

 

Special reduced rates apply for people with dementia and unwaged carers.
The rate will vary for each conference.
Please CLICK HERE to download further information or contact events@hawkerpublications.com.

All of our events are subject to the following terms:

  • Cancellations received in writing seven working days before the event will be subject to a £25 + vat administration fee. After this date it is regretted that no refunds can be made nor invoices cancelled. Substitution of delegates is acceptable at any time.
  • In the event of cancellation by the organisers, liability will be restricted to a refund of the fees paid.
  • It may be necessary for reasons beyond the control of the organisers to make changes to speakers, content or timing of the programme.

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