Organiser: Canal & River Trust
Location: The Mechanics Centre, 103 Princess Street, Manchester, M1 6DD
Join the Canal & River Trust at the Mechanics Institute in Manchester for the fifth Manchester, Pennine & Potteries Waterway Partnership Outburst.
This is the first year we include The Potteries and our name now reflects this development.
Something for everyone with an interest in our waterways, their sustainable future and the important role our waterways have in the local community.
Once again we will be joined by the chief executive of Canal & River Trust, Richard Parry. Other interesting speakers include Paul Williams who is leading Stoke’s Capital of Culture bid.
There will be discussion tables and the chance to contribute through five minute soapbox sessions: if you have ideas for topics to discuss or would like to offer a personal soapbox session, please get in touch with Liam Cooper.
The Forum will be held on Thursday 13 July 2017 at the Mechanics Institute 103 Princess Street Manchester, with registration from 9am to 9.30am and ends with lunch at 1pm and a chance to chat with our Partnership members.
If you are interested in presenting a five-minute soapbox session on a waterway related subject of your choice please contact Liam Cooper on firstname.lastname@example.org with your proposed title and brief details of your topic before 16 June.
We look forward to seeing you on the 13 July.
Chair, Manchester, Pennine & Potteries Waterway Partnership
To book your place visit https://mpp_manchester.
Canal and River Trust is the charity entrusted with the care and sustainable development of 2,000 miles of waterways in England and Wales. Manchester, Pennine & Potteries Waterway Partnership supports the trust through leadership, guidance, planning and partnership working to champion and enhance our waterways.