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25/01/2012

72nd Alcohol Problems Research Symposium, 14-15 February 2012, Kendal, UK

72nd ALCOHOL PROBLEMS RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM

14th and 15th March 2012
To be held at the Stonecross Manor Hotel, Milnthorpe Road, Kendal, Cumbria LA9 5HP, UK

ANNOUNCEMENT & CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS

The Spring 2012 meeting in this long-running series of friendly, informal events will take place on the above dates. Papers (short abstracts only are needed) or other presentation suggestions are now invited for the March meeting.

Alcohol Research UK is helping to organise this meeting with Professor Moira Plant, Emerita Professor of Alcohol Studies at the University of the West of England.

The 24-hour cost of attendance will be 135 UK pound sterling (single room) and 102.50 UK pound sterling per person (double room). This covers lunch, tea/coffee, dinner and overnight accommodation on Wednesday 14th March and breakfast, morning coffee/tea on Thursday 15th March. Those wishing to have lunch at the hotel on Thursday 15th are welcome to do so for an extra charge of 16.50 UK pound sterling. If you do plan to attend, please e-mail Andrea Tilouche:
andrea.tilouche@alcoholresearchuk.org
indicating your exact accommodation and dietary requirements as soon as possible. Although Andrea will book people into the hotel for the meeting, participants are requested to pay their own hotel bills.

The Stonecross Manor Hotel is a comfortable, attractive, stone building situated about a mile from the centre of Kendal. It is on the A6. The hotel is wheelchair-friendly and has good parking facilities. Rates include use of the leisure centre (heated pool and hot tub). Mainline intercity trains stop at nearby Oxenholme. This is less than two miles from the hotel. Taxis are available to complete the trip at roughly 7 UK pound sterling each way. Some trains from Manchester go into Kendal, but Oxenholme is closer to the hotel.

Alcohol Research UK hope that you will be able to attend. If you know of any colleagues who are engaged in alcohol research please pass on details of the meeting to them