The Spring Conference for BPOA, sponsored by Bulrush and Cambridge HOK, took place last Wednesday (17th January) in the NFU conference centre at Stoneleigh Park.
The programme of speakers was a superb mix of technical, business and scientific experts who were fully committed to getting their messages across. All nine presentations were worth the time and attention of the audience who showed their appreciation of the time and effort that had been taken to bring these topics together as a whole.
Some of the speakers taking time on the days before the meeting to adjust their talks to fit with the other speakers. We could no be happier with the outcome or more grateful to all the speakers for their efforts.
Our opening address was from Minette Batters, Deputy president of the NFU who said how pleased she was to welcome the BPOA to the NFU Conference Centre and wish us a successful and interesting day.
Lyndon Mason of the Cut Flower Centre, was our chairman for the morning session and introduced Albert Grimm, saying that he had seen the powerpoint presentation and that the audience were going to be fascinated to hear about the management of air movement and climate control, two themes that have been much discussed at recent technical meetings.