Webteam: September 2020
Care for the Family — Events reimagined for autumn 2020
From the Care for the Family Team
Here at Care for the Family, we're gearing up for another busy autumn season. However, for the first time, we'll be doing our events a little differently. Kicking off in September, we'll be streaming a host of events directly to you, and the added bonus is — they're completely free to view!
We're disappointed not to be with you face-to-face on tour but there are lots of great things about attending one of our events online. If you have kids, there's now no need to book a babysitter, you can also decide the dress code, and snack without annoying the person in the row behind you! As well as all this, you can enjoy brand new content from our amazing speakers alongside timeless wisdom.
So, whatever season of family life you're in, we believe there will be at least one event to support you from the comfort of your own home.
We look forward to having you join us!
The Care for the Family Team
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