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FA UK Convention 2016

The FA UK Convention will be held over the weekend of 8/9/10 April 2016 at the Hilton Metropole Hotel, Birmingham. Families Anonymous UK Convention & AGM 2016 Venue: Hilton Birmingham Metropole National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham B40 1PP How to get there: By plane or train to Birmingham International then walk through the NEC (20 mins). If you’re staying at the hotel, there’s a free shuttle bus that can be requested using the freephone in the station. By car to M42 J6 (NEC). Hotel parking is £3 per day if you state you’re with FA. Map and directions are on the hotel website. The hotel offers a special deal of evening meal, bed and breakfast for each of the 2 nights Fri 8th, and Sat 9th at £67 pppn. Use of the hotel pool, spa and gym is included in the price. To book for 1 or 2 nights, call 0121-780-4242 or book online at and quote Group Code ‘GFA16’. To book online, paste this url into your browser: Book early as rooms do sell out! The theme of the Convention 2016 is 'Let It Begin with Me'. The program for the day will include shares, speakers and workshops. Registration is from 8.30am and the Conventions ends at 5pm. The cost is £10 payable on the day or £8 paid in advance. To get an idea of numbers please send in a booking form to the office, you can download one here: BookingForm.pdf Note this booking form is only for the Convention and that room bookings need to be made direct to the hotel quoting ref 'GFA16'.

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