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Events and Conferences

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The 2016 Retired Members' Section Lunches and Activities Programme is now available. Please go to the 'Retired Members' section of this website. For information about our retired members section, please 'phone the Secretary, Tony Dutton, on 01480 463807 or email

Association Meetings

Note: these dates are provisional and will be confirmed to all members nearer the time.


Cambridgeshire Association General Meeting

Wednesday 23rd November 2016;
5.30 - 6.30pm

Long Road SFC, CB2 8PX

The meeting will take place in The Suite - from the Reception area, go up the main staircase and through the double doors straight ahead - The Suite is the first room on the left.

Agenda tbc

There is parking available and members can claim for childcare costs.

Wed 23rd Nov 2016
Wed 7th Dec 2016
Wed 25th Jan 2017 (AGM)
Wed 22nd Feb 2017
Wed 7th Jun 2017

Wed 2nd Nov 2016
Wed 11th Jan 2017
Wed 8th Feb 2017
Wed 8th Mar 2017
Wed 5th Apr 2017
Wed 3rd May 2017
Wed 28th Jun 2017
Wed 12th Jul 2017

New Teachers' Event:
Fri 21st Oct. 2016

NUT Conference:
14th-18th Apr 2017



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