However, as the news has been progressing, we have listened to the concerns from all parties, around running the show in the current environment.

The wellbeing of our visitors, exhibitors, speakers and staff is of the utmost importance we have therefore taken the extremely difficult decision to postpone. We are truly sorry and hope you understand that we have had no choice but to take this difficult decision, we appreciate that this will have a huge knock on effect for everyone concerned. We are now working through the ramifications of this unprecedented situation.

Message from Richard Storrs, Founder and Director, Intelligent Instructor & Lynne Barrie, Chairman, ADINJC;

‘We are incredibly disappointed that we’ve had to take this action so close to the event opening. However, it became clear that the recent acceleration in Covid-19 cases in the UK has led to heightened concerns for all participants and the show would be negatively impacted from all perspectives should we have proceeded. We understand how important the show is both from an industry and community point of view so we are pleased that we are able to postpone to 19 July when we are hopeful that the threat of Covid19 will have significantly rescinded. Please bear with us while we make all the necessary arrangements to facilitate this move and contact all participants.

For those of you intending or wishing to visit the ADINJC & Intelligent Instructor Conference & Expo – North, 7th June, Doncaster Racecourse and/or the National Conference at Meriden, nr Coventry 20th September, both are currently unaffected and scheduled to take place as originally planned.

If you are no longer able to attend the Conference at Kempton Park on the new date of 19th July 2020, please email to have your ticket cancelled.