June Members Meeting 2020 cancellation

Announcements and updates regarding the cancellations of our June Members Meeting

Due to recent circumstances out of our control regarding Coronavirus COVID-19, we have had to make the unfortunate decision to cancel the June Members Meeting 2020 in London.

This comes after the recent developments with the virus and restrictions that have been placed on other areas of Europe. It’s been a difficult decision but the health of our Consortium is incredibly important to us and we’ve taken this step to ensure that you don’t feel obliged to travel at this time. 

This meeting is not essential and we should all do our part to stop the spread of the virus. We have had overwhelming support for this meeting and we want to thank you for your enthusiasm and interest that you’ve shown, as this is what makes our events a huge success. 

Our team is currently in discussion regarding the next step and exploring other possible routes, to attempt to deliver a digital alternative. We will keep you informed in due course, but in the meantime please keep an eye out for any updates on this page and on the community Slack channel – watch this space. We hope that the September meeting will still go ahead so please sign up below if you’d like to join us then!

We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused. If you have any questions or enquiries please contact our team.

Coronavirus COVID-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It’s caused by a virus called Coronavirus. Please take a moment to read the information and advice released by the NHS and UK Government.

September Members Meeting

Date: 17th September 2020 | Location: London, UK

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