Coventry's BAPCA local group would like to invite you to an open community event, based at the Quaker meeting house on 12th May, 10.30-4.30:
Opportunities and challenges for the PCA in the 21st Century
Open to anyone with an interest in the PCA.
Refreshments provided – bring lunch, maybe to share if you wish.
The venue is 0.7 miles from the rail station, and seven buses run from the rail station to the bottom of the road the meeting house is on. There is limited parking at the venue, but on-street paid parking and a multi-storey car park nearby.
NB: this will count towards your CPD; certificates will be available
This is a self-structured day of encounter, which is facilitated non-directively. This means that we (BAPCA trustees) won't be dictating the structure or the content beyond the start and finish time. This day is open to members and non-members of BAPCA and we actively hope that non-members will come along and be involved.
The kitchen and downstairs food area will be open at all times.
The meeting house has a loop and a microphone available for use, and the ground floor has an accessible toilet. There is a small ramp up to the main door and in the building, the coffee area has a small ramp (or one step down) within it, and a stair lift (in the style of a Stannah lift) between the ground floor and the main meeting room.
Places are limited so book early — see you there!
Coventry, CV1 4AN
|Standard fee||£ 5.00|