… and here is the Programme.
Registration in the Exeter Northcott Theatre will begin at 8.30am, and the programme will start promptly at 9.25am. If you haven’t already worked out your travel arrangements, please take a look at the Venue page.
Lunch and refreshments will be in the Great Hall, as will the sponsor stands, connections stand, speaker corner and bookshop. Please say hello to our sponsors – they’ve done so much to support the event. Like last year, the connections stand will be there to help you connect with other people in Exeter. The speaker corner is new, and we hope many of the speakers will spend get off prilosec some time there so you will be able to connect with them… and don’t forget to buy their books at the bookshop.
We hope to be able to provide a quiet space for those who would prefer to process what they’ve heard in quietness rather than conversation. If available, this will be in the room located by the right-hand entrance to the theatre auditorium.
I’m going to be live blogging like last year, so those outside the theatre can follow in real time, and those of us inside the theatre can relive the day and prompt our memories while waiting for the videos to be published. If I can prepare them in advance, I’m going to include links in each post to more information about the speakers and their ideas.