Powwow Salisbury – the informal gathering for paraplanners who live or work in the South Central of England

What's it all about?

Wahoo! The first Powwow in Salisbury will be on Tuesday 4 June! 

A Powwow is an informal gathering for paraplanners to exchange views, learn things, fix things and share things. If you are a paraplanner in the South of England then come along and meet your fellow paraplanners in Salisbury.

What’s up for discussion?

Anything. That’s because the Powwow adopts ‘unconference’ principles, so you’ll drive what topics get discussed with your fellow paraplanners.

Sometimes though, we like to include a short ‘Guru’ session, delving into a technical topic. When we do this, it’s always a topic that paraplanners have asked for. This time Ian Linden from James Hay is joining us to lead a short session on choosing to exceed the lifetime allowance – covering both technical aspects and case studies.

This is the perfect opportunity to meet your local paraplanner community and have a good chinwag, sharing ideas and top tips on any aspect of paraplanning.

Q&A: When, where and how much?

Q: When will Powwow Salisbury take place?
A: Doors open at 9.30am on 4 June 2019 in Salisbury. There’s also wiggle room in this time if you’ve got a bit of a commute or kids to drop off at school.

Q: Ah. Alright. Where?
A: James Hay have very kindly offered us room at the inn. Just head to Dunn’s House, St Paul’s Road, Salisbury SP2 7BF.

Q: What time will the Powwow finish?
A: It’ll last for about three hours so we’ll finish by 12.30pm.

Q: Can I book my place and, if so, how much does it cost?
A: It’s free and you can book your place by clicking the big ‘BOOK NOW’ button near the top of this page.

Q: Is the Powwow open to anyone?
A: Powwows have been created by paraplanners for paraplanners. If you’re not a paraplanner – or a guest invited by a Powwow organiser – then the Powwow’s not for you.


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4th June 2019

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