This conference will try to answer these questions, drawing on a national survey of Diocesan Bishops. The survey, carried out recently, showed Bishops see Deaneries as essential in the furtherance of mission, and in managing and allocating resources.
The discussions will form a report for Bishops, and others involved in strategic planning advising on an effective role for the Deaneries in the future Whether you are new and just starting out at this Deanery thing or an experienced hand, this conference is an opportunity to learn from and share experiences, explore future possibilities and build confidence to realise the potential of the Deanery.
Who should attend the conference
Whether you are new and just starting out at this Deanery thing or an experienced hand, this conference is an opportunity to learn from and share experiences, explore future possibilities and build confidence to realise the potential of the Deanery.
is a popular bi-annual conference firmly established as one of the events
to share and learn from one anotherís experiences. The 2010 National
Deaneries Conference looks set to equal if not better the last conference
The Venue - The Hayes Conference Centre
The Hayes is situated in the Amber Valley in the heart of picturesque Derbyshire just 5 miles from Junction 28 of the M1. The Hayes has brought on stream new
delegate accommodation over recent years offering a high standard of modern en-suite accommodation.
For the 2010 conference we will be using the new state of the art Derbyshire conference suite at the Conference Centre.
£ 245 The
£ 266 Alan Booth Centre
£ 219 2nd person sharing
The majority of the accommodation is in The Lakeside
Centre and are double bedded rooms. The Alan Booth Centre are Twin bedded
All accommodation is for single occupancy, however rooms
can be shared. The cost for the 2nd person sharing is £219.
The conferences are generally oversubscribed, so please return the booking slip as soon as possible and certainly before 1st August,