Travel, registration and other information
Dates: 10 - 13 April 2017
Topic: The Epistle to the Hebrews, continuing from chapter 7:11
Please register by 18 March 2017. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Please check out our registration page for detailed information.
We do not charge for the conference but a contribution of £40 per night per person is suggested.
- 10% discount for 12 to 16 year olds
- 25% discount for 4 to 11 year olds
- FREE for 3 and under
We do not want anyone to feel they cannot come because they cannot afford this and we ask all residential and day visitors to consider what they can give towards the cost of the conference bearing in mind there are brethren who are less able to pay.
The meeting is arranged by the meeting in Plumstead, but gifts should be made online to Chapter Two (link opens new window) but designated for the conference fund, as Chapter Two has kindly agreed to underwrite the conference. Gifts can also be made by credit card or in cash at the conference but advance payments are a great help with cash-flow.
UK taxpayers can make their gifts under the Gift Aid scheme.
The conference will be held at Yarnfield Park Conference centre:
Yarnfield Park Training & Conference Centre
For more information, see our travel directions page.
Accommodation and meals
Accommodation is available on site, mostly in double rooms with en-suite, bed-linen, towels and tea and coffee making facilities. Some rooms with additional bed are available for families.
To take advantage of on-site accommodation, please register as soon as possible.
Please make sure that your booking for accommodation and meals is firm. Late cancellations and early departures or other changes to arrangements will cost us non-refundable deposits and fees.
If you must cancel or change your booking, please let us know in good time so that we can liaise with the conference centre.
Children & Young people
Children and families are welcome but children must be supervised at all times. Under-18s must be accompanied by an adult who will be responsible for them throughout the conference.
A crèche for under-11s is planned but will not be staffed during all meetings. At other times parents are, however, free to make use of the crèche facilities if they wish. Offers for help with running the crèche will be much appreciated.
In door sports facilities are available on site. Appropriate clothing and suitable sports shoes (non-marking) are required for using these.
Young people's meetings including Q&A sessions will be held in the evenings, and there will be plenty of time for singing and study. Please refer to the conference programme for details.
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Arrival and departure
Check-in will be available from 3pm on Monday. On arrival, please collect your room key and name badge from our registration desk.
It is essential that you occupy the room allocated to you and that you do not sleep elsewhere on site for fire safety and evacuation reasons.
Please vacate rooms and return keys to the relevant accommodation office by 10am on the day of departure, including the final day of the conference.
Chapter Two will provide a substantial range of Christian literature and materials for sale. They will also offer a 10% discount to students on all purchases during the conference.