*** THIS CONFERENCE IS NOW FULLY BOOKED ***
PLEASE NOTE THAT NO PRINTED COPIES OF THE ABSTRACT BOOKLET WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE CONFERENCE. DELEGATES WILL NEED TO EITHER PRINT IT OUT IN ADVANCE OR DOWNLOAD IT ONTO AN ELECTRONIC NOTEPAD/TABLET/COMPUTER.
As part of UFAW’s commitment to providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and to ensure that the meeting is accessible to widest range of those with an interest in animal welfare, the registration fee to attend this conference is kept low as possible, this time at £35. Note: This price includes tea/coffees but delegates will need to make their own arrangements for lunch.
Some delegates may find that a visa is required to travel to the UK. Click here for further guidance
Delegates are responsible for booking their own accommodation. There are a large number of hotels eg Hotel 53, Travelodge and Novotel within 5 minutes walk of the venue. Links to these can be found by visiting this www.visityork.org
(Alternatively enter ‘hotels near Piccadilly, York’ into a search engine).
The conference is being held in York, in the medieval Merchant Adventurers’ Hall
, Fossgate YO1 9XD, UK. Located next to the pedestrianised centre of York and built in 1357, the timbered Hall and Undercroft make up one of the best preserved medieval Guild Halls in the world.Travel information can be found here
and downloadable maps of York here.
A map of the area surrounding the Merchant Adventurers’ here
Background to UFAW:
UFAW, the International Animal Welfare Science Society, is an independent, scientific and educational animal welfare charity. The organization promotes high standards of welfare for farm, companion, laboratory and captive wild animals and those with which we interact in the wild.
Any questions about the conference should be directed to:
Dr Stephen Wickens, Development Officer, UFAW, The Old School, Brewhouse Hill, Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, AL4 8AN, UK. Tel: +44 (0) 1582 831818; Fax: +44 (0) 1582 831414; Website: www.ufaw.org.uk
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