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Conference Payment Plan

Only 182 days to go until our awesome King's Daughters Conference!  Am I being a bit too enthusiastic?  I can't contain my excitement, it's going to be a top quality event.  In order to make it easier for you to come we have set up a 7 month payment plan of £5 per month.  All you have to do is pay £5 here seven times.  

If you want to pay the full amount of £35 please do so here.

Another thing we have done for your convenience, is that we have created an children's program for the entire conference so that you can relax and not worry about your children.  There are limited places so please get your children's name down early or they might miss out.  It's totally free - more info here.

It's going to be a fantastic event but please don't wait until the last minute to get your ticket as the venue has a strict seating limit of 400, after that we will have to turn people away.  For more info on the event please visit and please accept the FaceBook invitation and spread the word through it.


  1. Anonymous7.2.12

    Looking forward to this day. Last year was life changing even for the ones involved in serving. This year is going to be a double portion!

    My advice to you is to get your tickets asap. Buy them and give them to the women in your world that you value the most - your wife, sister, mom, special friend etc. You will not regret it.


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