BMA postpones conference due to COVID-19 crisis for second time

BathroomsNews Wed 3rd Feb 2021 by Emma Hedges

BMA postpones conference due to COVID-19 crisis for second time

BMA postpones conference due to COVID-19 crisis for second time



The Bathroom Manufacturers Association – BMA – has decided to postpone its conference, and rearrange the date due to ongoing concerns about Coronavirus. The event had been scheduled to take place from 7th-8th June 2021, but that date has been moved to 6th-7th June 2022. It will still take place at Carden Park Hotel and Spa in Cheshire, and all previous bookings will be honoured.

BMA chief executive Tom Reynolds, pictured, said: “The safety of all the attendees and BMA employees is at the forefront of our minds, and we have been working with Carden Park to assess whether the event can go ahead.  

“This is the second time we have taken the decision to postpone the conference, and it’s with a heavy heart we’ve taken this step.  

“Ongoing lockdown and travel restrictions in the UK, and uncertainty about the vaccine timetable, have prompted this move.  

“Rather than cancelling the event at the last minute, we’ve taken the decision to postpone for now, but I want to reassure everyone, the conference will happen at some point, and we will do everything we can to make it worth the wait.”

Anyone wishing to make a new booking at the event can do so via the BMA website here.

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