The conference is based in the county town of Norwich. The city is rich in culture and heritage, offering a unique blend of the modern and the historical.
Attractions include shopping, museums, award-winning restaurants and the Medieval Cathedral.
For more information on what’s on in the city during your stay, visit www.visitnorwich.co.uk
Delegates looking to explore further afield may wish to hire a car or use local taxis services to reach such attractions as the seaside resorts such as Cromer, famed for it’s crab and lobster, or walks at the award-winning beaches on the North Norfolk coastline. Those with an interest in local wildlife will be pleased to learn that Norfolk is arguably the birdwatching capital of the UK.
Norfolk is also home to the truly unique Broads National Park.
Over 125 miles of winding waterways created from man-made 14th century peat diggings, now rich in boating heritage.