The Southern North Sea Conference, which was hit with a last-minute cancellation two weeks ago, has been rescheduled for later this year.
Heavy snow in Norwich forced the closure of the two-day event, as many roads had become blocked, while trains and airports had also become affected.
Organisers said they were “devastated”, as around 1,200 delegates were due to arrive for the event.
However, it has now been rescheduled for May 16th and 17th at the same venue of Norfolk Showground.
A statement from organisers, East of England Energy Group, says: “The event will be run on the same basis as before, with bookings for sponsorship packages, exhibition stands, delegate passes and dinner places automatically transferred to the rerun event.
“Anybody wishing to opt out may do so up until 31st March 2018 and a refund will be offered. The EEEGR executive team will be contacting sponsors, exhibitors, delegates and paid dinner bookings to re-confirm their bookings.
“Where people cannot attend the event, refunds will be offered, provided decisions to cancel are received by 31st March 2018. Feedback from sponsors, speakers and exhibitors has proved positive, and we shall maintain the original sponsors, speaker schedule and line-up of Exhibitors as much as possible.”
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