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Events
Up and coming events supporting Medical Detection Dogs.
Events
Up and coming events supporting Medical Detection Dogs.

2017

February 2017

Bingo Night

Friday 24th February • Nettlebed Village Club, Henley-on-Thames at 7.30pm

Run by Henley Young Farmers in support of Medical Detection Dogs.
Tickets will be £10 which includes the bingo and a hog roast!
All money raised is being donated to us so please go along and support this event if you can.

Contact operations@medicaldetectiondogs.org.uk


March 2017

Crufts 2017

9-12th March 2017 • NEC Birmingham

Meet some Medical Alert Assistance and Bio Detection Dogs. Talk to the team about these amazing dogs and how they have the potential to save thousands of lives and the NHS hundreds of thousands of pounds. You can also talk to some of our clients whose lives have been changed beyond recognition by their life-saving four legged companions.

Crufts 2017


April 2017

Dogs Day Out

Sunday 2 April 2017 • Swanbourne Park, MK17 0HZ

Come and join the staff and volunteers of Medical Detection Dogs for this fun day out for all the family in Swanbourne Park at the 5th Annual Dogs Day Out. For more information visit Dogs Day Out


June 2017

The Faculty of Public Health Expo & Annual Conference 2017

20 and 21 June 2017 • The International Centre, Telford, West Midlands

The Faculty of Public Health will hold their annual expo and conference Public Health Beyond Borders. Our event will cover topics such as putting evidence into practice, planetary and global health.

This annual Expo is unique in its ability to bring together senior public health decision makers from both the public and private sector.

With over 75 exhibitors expected to attend there will be plenty of opportunities during the event to promote your organisation, network with peers and learn from the very best. 

We are pleased to be welcoming back to our 2017 event Café Art who have been appointed as official photographers for the event. Café Art connects people affected by homelessness with the wider community through art and photography – and will exhibit art and photography at the event.

For those of you who may wish to “keep fit” there will be an inflatable basketball pitch for you to have fun or challenge a colleague, plus Laughter Yoga sessions.

These are just a few of the events planned with more to follow.

To exhibit at the conference, reserve advertising space in our app or book a delegate place or if you just require further information please email conference2017@fph.org.uk or visit our web site www.fph.org.uk


October 2017

Family Pet Show

7 – 8 October 2017 • EventCity – next to the INTU Trafford Centre, Manchester

For more information visit thefamilypetshow.co.uk

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