• How to Register for the EduGeek Chorley Conf 2010

    OK, Now I'm almost back up to speed after clearing a backlog of admin I have created an email address for you to register for the conf on.
    Please email me the following to conf.2010@edugeek.net:

    Real name

    EduGeek name

    Home\Work Address (we won't spam you or sell your details on)

    Please note that if you work for a private company you must pay to attend. The cost is £35, and you must notify me up to 7 working days before if you wish to drop out, if not you will receive a bill. Sorry, but as we pay for all of the places we were left out of pocket by almost £500 a couple of years back by people who decided not to attend at the last minute, and this isn't fair on thoese who wanted to attend but had the spaces taken up.
    The conf is on the 2nd June 2010 and will start at 09:30 at the Woodlands Centre in Chorley:

    Woodlands Conferencing

    If you wish to stay on either the Tuesday or Wednesday night, we shall be there to entertain you both evenings, but the main social meal is on the Wednesday evening at Prego! (formerly Le Frog) where we ate last year (Prego). if you are overnighting on the Tuesday evening we shall be laying on a coach (as per usual) to take you from the hotel, to the conf, and back again afterwards.
    The hotel we recommend is the Ibis Preston North (Hotel PRESTON Ibis Preston North: hotel reservation in PRESTON), as it's cheap, accessable and has a pub next door
    This years conf is looking to be the best yet!
    This article was originally published in forum thread: How to Register for the EduGeek Chorley Conf 2010 started by Dos_Box View original post
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