Join us for an empowering and transformative experience at the Survive and Thrive: Sudden Cardiac Arrest UK Annual Conference!
Discover a supportive community, gain valuable insights from renowned speakers, participate in interactive workshops, and forge meaningful connections with fellow attendees.
Be a part of this unique opportunity to enhance your recovery journey and contribute to advancing cardiac arrest support.
Don’t miss out on this life-changing event – secure your spot today!
Saturday, 18th November 2023
10 am – 4:15 pm – Conference with lunch provided
7:30 pm – 11 pm – Evening socialising, including buffet and light entertainment
If possible, there will also be an informal gathering the evening before.
Please note that you must purchase both daytime and evening tickets if you wish to attend both events. All attendees require a ticket to ensure we have the correct numbers for catering etc.
The venue is the Staverton Park Hotel in Daventry which is centrally located and easily accessible via major road links such as the M40, M6, and M1. Its convenient location ensures that attendees from all corners of the country can join us without hassle.
Obviously, you’ll be there for the seminar, but if you want to make a longer stay of it, the hotel offers a range of amenities to make your time enjoyable, featuring a health centre, a refreshing pool, a relaxing sauna, an 18-hole golf course, and delightful cuisine served at the in-house restaurant. With many options, we are sure the Staverton Park Hotel & Golf Club provides the perfect setting for our conference.
Ensure you quote the code* of “CHAR181123” to secure a discounted rate
*You must call the hotel to gain the special rate when booking
Please see the schedule page for how the day is shaping up.
Join us for an unforgettable evening of connection and celebration at the Sudden Cardiac Arrest UK Annual Conference!
Relax, socialise, and forge meaningful connections with fellow attendees while enjoying a delightful buffet meal and light entertainment.
Trevor Cline Magician
Once again, we will be entertained and mystified by the wonderful talents of close-up magician Trevor Cline. Be prepared to be amazed and entertained with wonderful magic and awesome balloons from undoubtedly one of the UK’s finest and most experienced magicians and balloon artists.
Maddox Jones Musician
We’re also excited to have Maddox Jones, a talented British singer-songwriter and keyboardist who will provide musical entertainment for the evening. After years of playing in bands and collaborating with other artists, Jones embarked on a solo career in 2020 with the release of his critically acclaimed debut EP, Headspace and has followed it up with other great tracks such as We All Need Somebody, Ready to Be Better and Somewhere there’s a plan. His keyboard skills have been heard on numerous recordings and live performances over the years.
We’re thrilled to have these amazing performers at the Survive and Thrive event, where their talents will surely enhance the evening.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be a part of a supportive community and create lasting memories.
Thanks to our wonderful sponsors, we can keep costs down, and so we think the ticket prices are excellent value for what should be a very informative and rewarding day.
Remember! This is the only dedicated event like this for those affected by cardiac arrest in the UK, so don’t miss out and get your tickets now!
Please note that you must purchase separate daytime and evening tickets if you wish to attend both events. All attendees require a ticket to ensure we have the correct numbers for catering etc.
We asked for feedback on previous events, and the response has been overwhelmingly positive…
92% gave the day a 5/5 (and the rest a 4/5)!
98% said that the event had been helpful
There were many great comments about most aspects of the day, but many were about the fact that this was an opportunity to meet other survivors.
“The whole event was one big party”
“…the most emotional and happy thing that I have been subject to in years”
“Meeting other survivors and their families, it was like therapy as everyone just gets it.”
“Wonderful people with whom I have made friends and something I will treasure forever.”
“So many people with similar tales to tell who had overcome cardiac arrest (with significant help from the NHS and friends and family) and seeing similarities between your own experience and theirs”
“Best experience since my SCA by far.”
“The evening event was so relaxed with people just getting to know each other – think we all feel we have made friends for life.”
“Amazing day, great organisers and the volunteers were very helpful throughout the day”
“Simply one of the best weekends of my life!!!”
So we do hope you can join us this year, and we look forward to seeing you in November!
If you can help spread the word about our event, please either contact us for copies of the flyer or feel free to download the PDF below and print your ownSCA_Survive_Thrive_Poster_v4