Birmingham, the UK’s second-largest city, will host the 8th MOVE Congress. Birmingham is a city that is leaping forward in physical activity promotion, proving it has successful strategies to reach some of the hardest to reach members of the community through innovative physical activity initiatives such as Active Parks, Big Birmingham Bikes, Active Streets, and other forms of free physical activity, both indoors and outdoors. With 8,000 acres of open parkland, the city is one of the greenest in the country so there’s plenty to explore. Get ready to explore the city with us in October.
Find out more about MOVE Congress 2017 host partner Birmingham City Council
Visit the official website https://www.birmingham.gov.uk/
The Birmingham Conference and Events Centre (BCEC) is a brand new purpose built function centre, comprising stylish, modern and practical spaces, and high tech facilities. BCEC is located in the heart of Birmingham’s city centre, next door to the Holiday Inn and just a minute’s walk from Birmingham New Street station. The BCEC is fully-flexible and interconnecting, comfortably accommodating a large scale conference for up to 1,000 delegates alongside ample breakout space for seminars, training sessions and refreshments.
BCEC will host the MOVE Congress 2017’s plenary sessions and workshops on 5-6 October.
The Birmingham Council House is a Grade II listed building of exceptionally crafted detail. Architect H. R. Yeoville Thomason designed the building following the theme of a Venetian Palace in classical Renaissance style. Built around a central courtyard from which the Council Chamber, Banqueting Suite, Lord Mayor’s Parlour and Committee Rooms lead, Birmingham Council House remains one of the UK’s outstanding Victorian buildings.
The Birmingham Council House will host the opening of the MOVE Congress 2017 on 4 October.
Find us: Birmingham B1 1BB, UK