This event will go ahead online rather than face to face and will be in place of our planned Centenary Council Meeting for this year. This was as a result of the poll we asked you to complete; thanks to all who gave their input.
An agenda will be sent out nearer the time but will include speakers from NFWI, Hope For Justice on Modern Slavery and our own Representatives.
Don’t worry, we are still looking at holding the ‘real’ Centenary ACM, before the end of our Centenary year (March 2022): more details to follow in due course.
How do I book?
We are still in uncertain times, so we will not be going down the usual route of booking via your WIs but will be using Try Booking (a bit like Eventbrite) for our event.
Please click here or copy/paste this link into your browser and follow the prompts:
The link will take you directly to the MFWI ACM Event where you can book tickets for yourself and/or a group of you completely free of any charges. You will need to have access to the internet, whether it be on your own or with a group of friends (dependant on the government guidelines at the time of course).
The confirmation email you get will have the zoom link and details for you to join us on the day. The ticketing system will be open up until a couple of days before the event so you have plenty of time to organise yourselves, book a place and join us from the comfort of your own home.
We look forward to seeing you on 22 July!