Celebrating 25 Years of Axia – A Public Invitation

As you may be aware, 2023 is Axia’s 25th anniversary. As such, the office will be closed on Friday 21st July while we head to the racecourse for an all-day celebratory event. You are welcome to join us for this event, and can use the Google Form below to book your place.

Date: Friday 21st July 2023
Time: 9.30am-4.30pm
Location: Chester Racecourse, Leverhulme Ground Floor

The day will follow an informal conference structure made up of four sessions led by Dr Linda Buchan, Dr Luke Beardon, Sarah Hendrickx and the Anime Amigos. The full agenda will be shared with those who confirm their attendance closer to the event date. For those unable to attend in person, these talks will be streamed via Zoom.

Gaming Zone
We encourage any gamers to bring along their handheld consoles, board or card games as we will have a section of the room zoned off specifically for gaming. A chance to meet others with shared interests and even play against the Anime Amigos themselves!

Hot and cold drinks, snacks and a main meal will be provided with vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options.

You are more than welcome to bring along friends and family. Please let us know if there will be anyone joining you using this Google Form: https://forms.gle/torV48K5vxUQ816N7

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4 comments on “Celebrating 25 Years of Axia – A Public Invitation
  1. Senor says:

    Thoroughly appreciate the inclusion of the 4 ZOOM sessions!

  2. Linda Buchan says:

    You are very welcome

  3. simon watt says:

    I intend to attend the meeting on 21st July

    Simon Watt

  4. Linda Buchan says:


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