Meet the Health and Social Care Providers Event

20th March 2013

My Choice Local / MCL Social Marketing are delighted to provide an event for all Health and Social Care providers / professionals on 15th April 2013 at Ponds Forge International venue.

Combining a compelling mix of information on self-directed support, Individual budgets, support planning and health and social care providers within the city. The event gives everyone an unparalleled opportunity for professionals to come together, to learn, debate, network and talk to the public about the services they provide. The only way we are able to provide this event is through a small charge, so we have had to introduce a small attendance fee of £30.00, which covers the cost of the venue any surplus money will go towards a local charity (Bluebell wood) and events for individual's with Learning disabilities, mental health needs, autism and the Elderly. We would be delighted to see your participation in this event, as a valuable sponsor, your company banner will be showcased during the event. You can also advertise your company logo for the advertisement of this program. Please feel free to call us for more information about sponsorship. We look forward to seeing you on the 15th all the information you require can be found at Contact Details: Wayne Shortland or Alison Gibson - Office Telephone Number: 0114 258 7042 or

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