Annual General Meeting
Saturday 10th March 2018, Spencer Hotel, Excise Walk, IFSC, Dublin
10:00 am to 5:30 pm.
Some Parking Options
National College of Ireland weekend day rate of €5.00 (limited spaces so get there early)
Hilton Garden Inn (formerly Jury’s Inn) – IFSC, Commons Street, Dublin 1
Prebook weekend day rate of €12.00 on www.parkrite.ie/carparks/ifsc
The Spencer Hotel day rate is €20.00 or €3.50 per hour
The AGM will be a day-long event with the more formal business of the AGM in the morning and an exciting talk by Holistic Vet, Tom Farrington in the afternoon. This is a great opportunity for members to catch up with other members and also to chat to our committee members. You will find stands with homeopathic remedies, supplies, essences etc. The Society new leaflets will be available on the day for purchase.
A complimentary lunch will be served, please let us know by 2nd March if you are having lunch so we can inform the hotel.
We look forward to welcoming Tom Farrington MBV MRCVS Vet MFHom for a fascinating afternoon talk entitled “They’re just like humans”.
Tom qualified as a vet in 1981 and has worked in all aspects of practice including surgery. In 1988 Tom first started using Homeopathy and was to say the least a reluctant user. By 2007 Tom had completed the 4 year HPTG Faculty of Homeopathy supervised professional degree in Homeopathy qualifying as a VetMFHom. The course was unique in being a joint doctor, vet, pharmacy and nurse course with lecturers from all disciplines. Tom has also completed two courses in animal communication and has a strong interest in nutrition particular in relation to health disease and medicine, herbalism, acupressure, energy medicine.
In 2009 Tom dedicated his practice to full time complementary medicine with the primary modality being homeopathy.
Disclaimer: Whilst talks and classes are given by professional homeopaths registered with the Irish Society of Homeopaths, the Irish Society of Homeopaths is not responsible for any information provided by the individual homeopath during their talks or classes.