ASLEF Freight weekend

03 March 2017

ASLEF will be holding a Freight Weekend in Birmingham from Saturday 8 – Sunday 9 April.

The weekend will be an opportunity to discuss the sector, including how we get through the current issues facing our industry, as well as securing better terms and conditions and working towards safer working conditions.

Several speakers will address the weekend from within the union and the industry.

Rooms can be booked for £95 if sharing a twin room or £130 for your own room. This includes a hot lunch on arrival, dinner, breakfast and refreshments during the 2 days.

The arrival lunch will be at 12:00 on Saturday and the event will finish on the Sunday at 12:30.

Please could members who wish to attend fill in the application form below. If you have any questions please contact Dave Gould at: dgould@aslef.org.uk or call 020 7324 2400


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