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It’s RNLI red noses all round NOV & DEC 2014 This year’s Spa Life will take place at the new Center Parcs Woburn Forest


NOVEMBER 18–19 ❘ Spa Life UK Venue Center Parcs Woburn Forest, UK Summary The fi rst day of Spa Life UK includes an invitation-only CEO Summit for spa operators in the UK, as well as a buyer/ supplier forum. The second day will include a conference. There will also be a networking dinner as well as a supplier showcase and expo. Web www.spa-life.co.uk


19–22 ❘ SIBEC Europe Venue Pestana Casino Park Hotel, Funchal, Madeira Summary This event will bring the UK and Europe’s major operators from the private, local authority and trust markets in health, fi tness and leisure together with top suppliers for a series of one-to-one meetings over two business days. There’s also plenty of time for networking. Web www.mcleaneventsinternational.com


25–26 ❘ BASES Conference 2014 Venue St George’s Park, Burton upon Trent, UK Summary This year’s conference of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences will be held at St George’s Park – the new home of The Football Association – with its world-class meeting facilities. The two-day programme promises to focus on the hot topics relevant to sport and exercise scientists, with “engaging content including debates, keynotes and an invited symposium presented by experts”. Web www.bases.org.uk


JANUARY 2015


26–27 ❘ The 35th Facilities Management Forum Venue Radisson Blu Hotel, London Stansted, UK Summary The Facilities Management (FM) Forum is specifi cally organised for FM managers and directors who are directly responsible for the purchase of their organisation’s FM products and services. Web www.forumevents.co.uk


FEBRUARY 2015


1–3 ❘ Spatex Venue Jaguar Exhibition Hall, Ricoh Arena, Coventry, UK Summary One of the UK’s largest dedicated pool and spa trade events, representing all sectors of the wet leisure industry, this exhibition is now in its 19th year. Web www.spatex.co.uk


3–4 ❘ ACSM Team Physician Course – Part 2 Venue Grand Hyatt San Antonio, Texas, US Summary This course by the American College of Sports Medicine aims to give primary care, speciality physicians and other healthcare providers core knowledge to care for sports teams in the community. Web www.acsm.org/tpc


19–21 ❘ FORUMCLUB Venue Bologna, Italy Summary


An international congress and expo for entrepreneurs and managers of fi tness clubs, aquatic centres and sports centres. Web www.forumclub.it


38 Read Health Club Management online at healthclubmanagement.co.uk/digital Runners get a free Santa suit DECEMBER 2014


Chase the Pud Take part in this short run, in which participants wear Santa suits to chase the Christmas pud – all to raise money for the British Heart Foundation. There are 16 events planned in December in the UK. The entry fee includes a free Santa suit for runners – and whoever catches the pudding this year gets to take their place in 2015. Details: www.bhf.org.uk


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Reindeer Run This year there are fi ve Reindeer Runs organised across the UK and Ireland in November and December, to raise money for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) – a charity that saves 23 lives a day. The Reindeer Runs consist of 5k and 10k courses, with every participant receiving a free set of antlers. Some events also include complimentary Rookie the RNLI Reindeer T-shirts. Entry costs £18 for the 10k and £16 for the 5k, and children can join in the fun for £7.50. Mince pies and hot drinks are usually served on the fi nish line. Details: http://rnli.org


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