NPA to hold town hall meetings for members to discuss industry situation

The NPA has announced dates for three virtual evening  ‘town hall’ meetings for members to discuss some of the key issues currently affecting the industry.

Although they are virtual, the meetings will be held on a regional basis and chaired accordingly. They will aim to provide members with updates on the situation with Brexit border delays, COVID-19 and the market situation.

The dates are:

  • North and Midlands – January 25
  • South Central and South West – January 27
  • East – February 4
  • All meetings start at 7pm.

Members can find out how to book their place on the NPA website.

“The meetings will give us the opportunity to discuss key issues such as Brexit, the market and COVID with members and give them the opportunity to share issues, ask what we are doing and for us to identify any issues and what we can proactively do about them,” NPA chief executive Zoe Davies explained.

These meetings will be in addition to the regional meetings, which will still take place, virtually, in the spring.

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