NAEGA Conference Concessions Scheme 2002

NAEGA has established a Concessions scheme to facilitate member attendance and participation in the 2002 Conference at Stoke Rochford.

The 2002 Concession Scheme will include help towards:

  • Conference Fees for members who are Retired, Students, Unemployed, on Low incomes or without a substantial or main employer
  • Travel costs of any member resident in the UK whose costs by the cheapest available rail / air fare to Stoke Rochford exceed £50 (and whose employer, where there is one, will not meet travel costs).
  • Care costs for dependents.

NEAGA wishes to make the concessions as simple as possible to claim and, indeed, to administer. However NAEGA has decided that the trustees will operate separately from the Conference administration and will do so confidentially. To apply print off the form below and return this to:

Jonathan Brown
1 Westfield Park
NE3 4XX.

Or email
Or phone 0191 285 7445.

If you have any enquiries about the scheme or your eligibility please contact Jonathan Brown.

How much?

There will be no fixed amount for the concessions. However the sort of maximum figures that the trustees will normally consider towards Conference Fees is £175. Towards travel costs NAEGA will meet the difference between £50 and the actual fare. The maximum contribution towards care costs is likely to be £80. The travel and care costs concessions can be awarded in addition to, or separately from, help towards Conference Fees.


1. For Concessions that reduce the Conference Fee, the trustees will issue a Voucher that should accompany the Conference Booking form together with a cheque for the remainder. INVOICES cannot be issued where such a concession is awarded.

2. For care cost and travel bursaries, delegates will receive a NAEGA cheque on registration at Stoke Rochford.


Applications for bursaries will be considered on a first-come-first served basis. The trustees will try to make decisions within 10 days of receiving an application. No applications will be processed after 10 June 2002. The application form is relatively simple to complete.

Applicants in full-time or substantial employment are expected to ask their employer for assistance to attend/meet travel costs and to produce a copy of the letter (or e-mail) of refusal.

Click here to download the Conference 2002 Concessions Applications Form

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