Gas Safe Register will be attending PHEX Manchester on 17 and 18 October, delivering a presentation to engineers as part of the exhibition’s seminar programme.
As well as finding out the latest updates from Gas Safe, visitors to Old Trafford can also meet international footballer Denis Irwin on 17 October, who will drop in to PHEX during the show’s happy hour, between 2:30pm and 3:30pm.
Denis was Manchester United Football Club’s second most-decorated player, receiving 13 winner’s medals during a 12-year career with the club during the 1990s.
Visitors can enjoy a complimentary pint during the happy hour, which is sponsored by Williams & Co. They can also book a free stadium tour of Old Trafford during their visit.
Exhibitors at PHEX Manchester this year include Daikin UK, Sentinel and Wilo.
The APHC, OFTEC and Greater Manchester Police will also deliver presentations during the exhibition’s seminar programme.
PHEX is free to attend, with free parking available for all visitors. Engineers can register on the day at the show, or book tickets in advance at: www.phexshow.co.uk/manchester
Pictured: Denis Irwin poses during a photoshoot at Old Trafford in Manchester, England. (Photo by John Peters/Manchester United via Getty Images)
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