New venue for third edition of IPAF Elevation UK event

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Bookings are now open for IPAF Elevation, the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) UK member conference, networking and gala dinner, which will be hosted for the third time, this year at the new venue of Whittlebury Park Hotel, near Towcester, Northants, on 18 November 2021.

Delegates will enjoy a networking lunch, followed by a half-day conference featuring top industry speakers and an update from IPAF. The day will be capped off by a networking reception and dinner with entertainment from comedian and actor Ted Robbins, known for his roles in Phoenix Nights, Benidorm and Coronation Street.

Peter Douglas, CEO & MD of IPAF, comments: “The last IPAF Elevation was in 2019, just a week or two before I took up post at IPAF – after almost two years without face-to-face events and in-person gatherings, this will be the first IPAF-hosted event in the UK where we can all get together again for a long-overdue catch-up.

“The programme is nearly finalised, but I can guarantee that those in attendance will hear from some fascinating industry leaders and afterwards get the chance to enjoy networking with friends and colleagues, a three-course dinner, and a few laughs from a top stand-up comic. What could be better after such a challenging past 18 months?

“Already spaces are booking fast, so those hoping to attend are advised to visit the website without delay to reserve their places. We do hope you can join us and your industry colleagues for what promises to be another really enjoyable IPAF event.” ● Visit for further details about conference speakers, hotel options and to reserve your place at IPAF Elevation UK 2021. Remember to check for information about all upcoming IPAF events and webinars.

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