Free Paget’s Information Event in Salford Quays
Save the date! Meet experts and others affected by Paget's disease at a free Paget’s Information Event at The Lowry, Salford Quays, Manchester, on 19th April 2023.
Whilst the event is aimed at those affected by Paget's disease and their families, health professionals and researchers are also welcome. This event is expected to follow lunch and be one and a half hours of exciting new information about Paget’s disease, delivered by expert speakers who will also answer your questions. Scroll down for venue information and our gala evening below.
To register your interest or book your free place/s, you can contact us here. Alternatively, email email@example.com or telephone 0161 799 4646.
This is just one of the Paget’s Association's 50th Anniversary events taking place at The Lowry - scroll down for professional events and a gala evening!
In the evening, we will be holding a celebratory 50th anniversary gala dinner so why not join us for both events? Why not come along to the Paget’s Information Event in the afternoon of the 19th April 2023 and take some time out to explore the area before joining us in the Compass Room for the Gala celebrations, where you will be able to enjoy the evening with other members, Trustees and staff. The Compass Room has been reserved for the Gala evening. This beautiful room has an almost 360-degree view of Salford Quays. The gala evening is by ticket only. The ticket price will be confirmed at a later date and will include a welcome drink, three-course meal, wine, music, dancing and more with your Master of Ceremonies, Mr Phil Colbert. Click here for more details about the evening.
For researchers and health professionals, an International Symposium on Paget’s Disease will take place on the 19th and 20th of April 2023 - please follow this link for details.
Salford Quays is Greater Manchester's unique waterfront destination, just 15 minutes by tram from Manchester city centre. The Quays is the home of MediaCityUK, which houses the BBC and ITV, and was officially opened in 2012 by The Queen. Close by, you will find the Blue Peter Garden, the Coronation Street production centre, the Imperial War Museum, Manchester United football ground and Lancashire Cricket Ground. The Lowry is opposite the Quayside Shopping centre, with its shops, restaurants and cinema. Good tram and bus links make travelling into Manchester city centre easy.
The Lowry is on the waterfront in Salford Quays and is a magnificent building, where visitors will find theatres, galleries and cafes, a bar, a restaurant, and one of the largest L S Lowry art collections in the world.
The Lowry is a registered charity. The building is fully accessible with lifts to all floors and accessible toilets throughout.
Information regarding our Information Events in 2022 can be found here.