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Meetings Industry Association provides contract guidelines to the sector

By Georgia Ward

The Meetings Industry Association has developed contract and cancellation guidance to help mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on future bookings and ensure all parties are protected.

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The 20,000 Mile Hospitality Challenge

By Georgia Ward

Trade charity Hospitality Action is calling all cyclists, joggers, runners and walkers regardless of age or ability to collectively cycle, jog, run or walk 19,491 miles, the length of the entire UK coastline.

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IET London: Savoy Place offers respite for emergency workers in a new chapter of history

By Anna Wolfram

In the wake of the unavoidable closures of venues across the globe, IET London: Savoy Place has partially reopened its doors as a respite area for emergency workers.

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CLEAN and Youth Hostel Association support Wiltshire school create PPE for the NHS

By Georgia Ward

CLEAN’s Yeovil laundry has partnered with Youth Hostel Association (YHA) to donate 6,500 pieces of linen to St. Joseph’s School in Salisbury and HMP Guys Marsh in Shaftesbury to support their efforts to create personal protective equipment (PPE) for frontline NHS staff.

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Meetings Industry Association reveals the miaList will return for 2020

By Lesley Whyte

The Meetings Industry Association (mia) has announced that its coveted miaList will continue to shine a spotlight on the industry’s greatest talent in 2020.

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Easter Feast from The Torridon

By Mika Bishop

While new head chef Paul Green at The Torridon in the Highlands can’t cook for guests at fine-dining restaurant 1887, he is sharing his recipe for a veritable Easter Feast here – slow roasted lamb leg with a pesto made from in-season ramson.  

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The Torridon commits to staff wellbeing and development during temporary closure

By Charlotte Winterbourne

Luxury five-star hotel The Torridon has committed to supporting its workforce during the COVID-19 lockdown, creating a bespoke guide for its household of live-in team members.

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Meetings Industry Association reacts to the Chancellor’s statement

By Lesley Whyte

In the wake of the Chancellor’s announcement last week regarding support for UK businesses and employers we have been eager to see how our valued self-employed event professionals would be supported. 

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Businesses need funds NOW to survive, says Meetings Industry Association

By Lesley Whyte

The Meetings Industry Association (mia) has written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson demanding businesses get immediate access to funds to avoid a staffing and economic crisis across the sector.

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