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The RUG season is almost upon us. Dates announced!

January 16, 2019 - by Hannah Todd

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Last modified on January 16, 2019

donorflex team about to hit the road with our friends

Snowdrops are out, and daffodils are pushing through, which can only mean one thing in the donorflex calendar – the Regional User Group season is almost upon us.

Planning for the 2019 roadshows has straddled the festive season, and we’re now able to tell you where we’re going and when we’ll be there, so that you can save the date.

Dates and venues

  • Tuesday, May 7: Midlands (Midlands Art Centre, Edgbaston, Birmingham)
  • Thursday, May 9: South-West and Wales (Armada House, Bristol – to be confirmed)
  • Wednesday, May 15: East (Arthur Rank House Hospice, Cambridge)
  • Thursday, May 16: South-East (Sandown Park, Esher)
  • Tuesday, May 21: Northern Ireland (Tiny Life, Belfast)
  • Thursday, May 23: Scotland (Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, Glasgow)
  • Wednesday, June 5: North-West (Willowbrook Hospice, St Helens)
  • Tuesday, June 11: North-East 1 (The Mirfield Centre, Mirfield)
  • Wednesday, June 12: North-East 2 (Redworth Hall Hotel, Redworth, Newton Aycliffe) 

As ever, our choice of venues has been made with cost, comfort and ease of access in mind.


The cost of a seat will be £55 + VAT.


We’ve already started receiving requests for topics to be covered in the 2019 RUGs – so we’ve decided that part of the agenda will be handed over to you.

In other words, you’re in control of what we look at in those sessions.

The bookings website is also primed, so stand by for more details on both of those key RUG elements early next week.

We’re looking forward to seeing you there!

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