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CRA Meeting: North of England

Charity Retail Association

Tuesday, 18 October 2016 from 10:30 to 15:30 (BST)

CRA Meeting: North of England

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The Charity Retail Association is the only organisation which represents charity shops in UK and we are delighted to be holding our North of England meeting in Leeds this year.

Join us to hear how the association can work with you to represent your views and needs. We are lucky to be joined on the day by a plethora of fantastic speakers, making for a packed and varied agenda for the meeting. 

Robin Osterley, our Chief Executive will be leading a session on The Future of CRA Services, and our Corporate Member First Stop Safety will be talking about Selling Used Electricals. Further speakers will be announced shortly.

A full agenda for the meeting will be made available shortly.

The meeting is FREE to attend for both our members and non-members. The meeting will commence with teas and coffees at 10.30am, lunch will be provided and the meeting should end by 3.30pm.

There will also be fantastic networking opportunities, a small exhibition and plenty of chance for you to feed into the work that we do. 

 For further information please contact Julia Cloke at julia@charityretail.org.uk or call the team on 020 7697 4080.

Do you have questions about CRA Meeting: North of England? Contact Charity Retail Association

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Academic Unit of Palliative Care
St Gemma's Hospice
329 Harrogate Road
LS17 6QD Moortown
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 18 October 2016 from 10:30 to 15:30 (BST)

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Charity Retail Association

The Charity Retail Association is the only body in the UK that represents the interests of charity retailers. We have 380 members with, between them, over 8000 shops.

We work to:

  • Influence and monitor legislation and regulations that affect charity retailing.
  • Promote the benefits of charity retailing to the environment, the community and to charity.
  • Be the major source of expertise and up-to-date information on issues affecting the charity retail.
  • Promote good practice.
  • Work closely with other relevant organisations to support our members.
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