June 20th 2019
CRF International Conference – Accommodation Booking Form
For International Conference attendees, we have secured a CRF rate at the Sofia Hotel for £250 + VAT per night. We recommend a two night stay (Monday 7th and Tuesday 8th October).
In order to secure your accommodation, please complete the booking form and return to us using the "Send to CRF" button, or emailing it to: firstname.lastname@example.org. For any other conference-related queries, please do not hesitate to email our events team: email@example.com.
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