This year’s annual Nightstop conference will explore the theme of partnership and collaboration. Over the day we will hear from experts in fields such as education, health and crime all working to support vulnerable young people access a safe place to sleep.
The keynote speaker will be Ann Coffey MP, Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Runaway and Missing Children and Adults
It's a great opportunity to not only meet other Nightstop service providers and share best practice, but also to hear from other organisations and experts working in the same field. The full agenda will be shared in late September.
The event is aimed at anyone working on Nightstop, and we'd love to see you all there.
The Nightstop UK Team
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
GMCVO is a 12 minute walk from Manchester Piccadilly Station, which has trains arriving from around the country. For directions from the station, including parking details please click here . For advance tickets (on sale from 24th August), please book them as early as possible to get the best rates. We will be finishing promptly for those of you with trains to catch.
Where can I stay the night before?
Some of you may have long journeys and wish to stay the night before. The Travelodge hotel in central Manchester, is just 5 minutes from Picadilly and in the heart of the city. Currently double rooms are just £49 on Tuesday 15th November. To book please visit their website
Is there a Nightstop social?
As with previous years, we'll be arranging a Nightstop meal the night before for those who are staying over. Meeting at a local restaurant we'll be having a set menu for £20pp and you can book a place when completing your ticket order for the conference.