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NATECLA Annual Conference

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The National Association for Teaching English and other Community Languages to Adults will hold its annual conference on the 7, 8 and 9 of July 2006 in Chester

NATECLA North West and North Wales are hosting Conference 2006 at University College Chester on
7, 8 and 9 July 2006

The keynote address on Friday 7 July will be delivered by Professor David Crystal OBE who is one of the world’s foremost authorities on reference publishing and on language.

There will be a wide range of workshops on Saturday and Sunday morning and ample opportunity to network and attend the exhibition.

The historic City of Chester, with its 2000 years of architectural heritage and City Walls is only a short walk from the conference centre.

Chester is easily accessible by road and rail and from regional airports. It is centrally located, being only 30 minutes from Manchester Airport and close to the main arteries of the motorway system via the M56 and M6.

Full details and a booking form are available on the NATECLA website.

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