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Conference 2023

After a gap of three years our conference is back in 2023 and will be bigger and better than ever! This conference will be a two-day event, combining a traditional conference day with a more informal learning day. Read on to find out how you can take part, what will be happening and some useful links for accommodation and travel.


Download a copy of this year's conference programme using the links below.

Conference Theme

The title of our 2023 conference is Intersectionality+, and we will be considering how best the ambulance service can meet the needs of people with multiple protected characteristics as well demystifying the LGBTTQQIAAP acronym. If all that sounds ambitious we will also look at the role of allies in supporting the development of services and creating supporting environments for staff. It is for that reason we are looking for each Ambulance Trust to identify delegates from three specific groups to attend the conference. These are:

  • LGBT+ staff
  • People of influence
  • Aspiring allies

The first day of the conference will take the form of a traditional conference with keynote speakers and breakout workshops. The second day aims to be more informal and will provide a wide range of different learning experiences to engage with. Each delegate will be able to design their own learning experience from the options available. We are also delighted to announce the National Ambulance BME Forum and National Ambulance Disability Network will be taking part in the event to broaden the scope of the subject matter. As with all our previous events, you can expect some surprises along the way too.


15 and 16 June 2023


We will be returning to the fantastic Brooks Building at Manchester Metropolitan University for this conference. The decision to return here is based on the wonderful facilities the venue offers that perfectly supports the aims of this conference. The building is fully accessible and catering will be provided to meet all dietary requirements.


Registration for the conference is now closed.

Accommodation in Manchester

Marketing Manchester Convention Bureau is the official accommodation provider for The National Ambulance LGBT+ Network Conference.

All rooms are held on an on-line system, allowing you to book and secure your own accommodation using either pro-forma invoices or credit/debit card. If you require any assistance with your reservation, support is available via the Accommodation Booking Team.

To book accommodation for this event, please use the following link: Click here 

Negotiated delegate rates will be available to book until the end of the day on 19 May 2023, so please book as soon as possible to guarantee a room.

If you have any queries about the website, please contact Marketing Manchester Convention Bureau.

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