Facial Palsy UK AGM 2016
Saturday, 8 October 2016 from 12:00 to 15:00 (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us for our Annual General Meeting!
Our next AGM will be held at:
Saturday 8th October from 12 - 3pm
A family friendly event, we will look back at our past year and also forward to exciting future plans.
Drinks and a light lunch will be provided.
Talk by Andi Heaton, Senior Psychological Therapist: 'Understanding and managing the psychosocial impact of a facial palsy'
Talks from Mandy Brailsford who has had facial palsy since birth and Selma Abbey who had Bell's palsy in pregnancy.
Flute performance by Rebecca Woodfield.
Additional notes emailed to attendees 28/09/16:
Just an update regarding getting to the venue on Saturday 8th October. We are assured there will be plenty of car parking at the hotel on the day, if arriving by car please take a ticket from the machine and then take it to reception before you leave (for them to authorise it), this will ensure your parking is free.
We are going to direct people to the side door which is on the left of the building as you look at it from the car park entrance or on the right if looking from the front entrance. This way is step free access whereas the front entrance has a couple of steps and revolving doors.
If you are gluten intolerant please can you let us know. We have ordered a couple of portions of gluten free food but it would be helpful to know in advance if possible. Please also let us know if you have a nut allergy. There is a Waitrose adjacent to the hotel with a cafe if anyone arrives particularly early. If you want to go into Peterborough shopping centre you just need to take the footbridge over the main road which you can see from the hotel.
We are looking forward to seeing you soon!
Facial Palsy UK is a charity registered in England and Wales (1148115) and Scotland (SC045086).
Save This Event
When & Where
Facial Palsy UK
Facial Palsy UK is a registered charity established to ensure that every person in the UK affected by facial palsy is given access to the best information, treatment and support available.