Posted on 26th April 2018
The BHMB18 Exhibition will take place next Friday, 4th May, at The King’s Church in Victoria Road.
We have a timetable for the day’s event, including official opening at 11am, visits from local schools, presentations from great speakers and first aid demonstrations as well. It promises to be an interesting and successful day, and I hope that you are planning to make the most of it, whether you are exhibiting or coming to engage as a business person with 70 other businesses.
You can see the full list of companies exhibiting here
BHBPA Member Garry Perkins of Sussex First Aid Courses will be doing demonstrations of basic first aid including management of cardiac arrest in the workplace and use of defibrillators. There will be two sessions, each of about 30 minutes, at 1pm and 2pm, and numbers will be limited to 20 per session. If you would like to sign up for this you can sign for the 1pm session here …and for the 2pm session here
If you wish to sign up for the presentations by three women speakers, Anya Ledwith, Angela Gill and Rosemary French, please do so here
Refreshments will be provided by The King’s Centre cafe, and there will be other food items available during the day as well from various stands, no doubt.
Exhibitors have been asked not to bring cars on the day, so there should be parking places available for visitors. Exhibitors will know that they must set up on the previous day if at all possible as we try to avoid the parking difficulties we had in 2016.
We are looking forward to an interesting and successful day. Do come down and join us in celebrating Burgess Hill Business.
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