This page contains an archive of images and information from previous seminars. There is also a short film from Secret World Wildlife Rescue informing you of the work they carry out in Somerset.
The gallery above is from the 2009 AMI Seminar. To view the video from Secret World Wildlife Rescue, please click here.
The following gallery is from the 2011 AMI seminar. Thanks to Kenneth Rufus and Jeremy Thomas for the use of their photographs.
A gallery of photographs from 2012 Seminar at Nottingham University, can be viewed below. The numbered pictures have been made available by the photographer, so if you would like a copy, please contact Colin Wellington here. The photographs of the venue were taken by Bob Hancock, Editor of The Meat Hygienist. Thanks for allowing their use.
The 2013 seminar was held at Harper Adams University, Newport, Shropshire.
The Association of Meat Inspectors Trust would like to thank all the staff at Harpers Adams University, as well as all the speakers and delegates, who made this year such an outstanding success. We hope to welcome as many of you as possible back to Harper Adams in 2014 for the 49th Annual Seminar.
Two galleries of photographs from this year are available below. The first one contains photographs from Bob Hancock, editor of The Meat Hygienist. The second gallery is a selection from Colin Wellington, our official photographer. He has kindly made the pictures he took throughout the weekend available for download. You can view the full set Here (Website opens in a separate window)
49th Annual Seminar 5th to 7th September 2014
This years seminar was held at Harper Adams University. We would like to thank all the University staff who helped throughout the event, and all the delegates and exhibitors who attended.
If you would like to view all the photographs taken during the seminar, they can be accessed here
50th Annual Seminar
The Trustees and Seminar organising team would like to thank our Speakers, Delegates, EWFC Board members and all the staff at Harper Adams University for making our 50th celebrations such a memorable occasion.
An album of photographs from the weekend can be found here. Our thanks to Colin Wellington for capturing the event.