Next month's IPAF Summit and awards dinner has been rescheduled until the 8th of October, due to practical issues with the ongoing Covid19 virus.
The rescheduled event will be held at the same venue, the Millennium Gloucester Hotel in Kensington, London. All bookings for the event will be honoured for the new date, and it should be possible to change any hotel reservations to the new date without a penalty.
The decision has been taken in spite of there being no current UK government advice against holding such events, but on the basis that with just over four weeks remaining that could change, and more to do with the fact that international travel is becoming increasingly difficult. The IPAF Summit always attracts a good number of overseas members, particularly from Italy, the Netherlands and Eastern Europe, not to mention countries further afield, where virtual travel bans are in place.
IPAF chief executive Peter said: “The annual IPAF Summit & IAPAs is a highlight of the worldwide powered access events calendar and we sincerely hope that those planning to attend will be able to rearrange their plans in order to join us on the new date of 8th October 2020. There may inevitably be some amendments to the speaker programme and/or site visits, and these will be communicated once confirmed.”