Tuesday, 28 January, 2020
Halle St Peter's 40 Blossom Street Ancoats Manchester M4 6BF
9.30am - 15.00pm

An event is being held to discuss and raise awareness of gambling related harm. The event will offer insight from people with lived experience and include speakers from organisations who have made progress in reducing gambling harm in their areas. Attendees will leave the event with a better understanding of gambling related harm, and some tangible steps they can take in their organisations to reduce harm. The event will be attended by professionals and elected members from across the North West, providing an excellent opportunity to network with colleagues from other areas.

To read more about the event and sign up please click here 

 

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