This week NFRN members should have assembled in Bournemouth for the Federation’s 2020 Annual Conference but these are far from normal times.

Because of Covid-19 the NEC took the decision to cancel this year’s conference, with National President Stuart Reddish commenting at the time:

“This was not a decision that we took lightly, but it was the responsible course of action to protect members, staff and our business partners.”

With the absence of elections for senior officials, Mr Reddish remains as National President for another year.

In the video below he addresses members on the Federation’s successes over the past 12 months before looking to the future.

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