Liverpool’s St George’s Hall is to host a four-day conference starting on 6 July 2016 for the 48th meeting of The European Pancreatic Club (EPC) 2016. This scientific conference has not been hosted in Liverpool since 2003 and last year took place in Spain, at the Toledo Congress Centre, El Greco.
The organiser estimates 500 delegates will attend the conference in Liverpool, as well as a drinks reception and dinner, which is being held in The Great Hall.
Amy Toal, marketing and events manager at St George’s Hall, said: “We are delighted to welcome the European Pancreatic Club (EPC) 2016. With the capacity to host up to 800 delegates in The Great Hall, we really are an ideal venue for conferences and events”.
Professor John Neoptolemos EPC2016 president, added: “St George’s Hall is one of the most notable landmarks in Liverpool. As a Grade I listed building with fine neo-classical architecture, the venue provides a superb venue for delegates attending from overseas”.