Save the Date: South East Region Lib Dem Conference 2023

22 Aug 2023
Baroness Kate Parminter [Roger Harris, CC BY 3.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons]

The SE Region conference, training, AGM and campaign launch will be on 


Carrington School, Noke Drive, Redhill RH1 4AD

Training sessions will start at 10.30am, and the main conference opens at 1.30pm. In the main hall in the afternoon Baroness Kate Parminter will be speaking on her work with the environment and climate change at 2pm. We have also confirmed that the Party's Deputy Leader, Daisy Cooper MP will be speaking: book now!

It is also your opportunity to meet with party members from across the region, receive some of the latest training, hear from other speakers and join in debates.

Tickets cost £25 per delegate and includes a light lunch which will be available from 12noon to 2.00pm.  There is a discounted rate of £10 for students.  The best option for payments is via our Paypal account: South East Region Liberal Democrats using the email address below. 

To register for conference mailings and information, please email your name, local party and membership number to Anna  -


Draft South East Conference training schedule:


Stream 1 

Stream 2 

Stream 3 


Good direct mail  

Will/Pete Dollimore 

Local returning officer -1 Richard 




12.00 -12.45 

Using MiniVAN 


Local returning officer – 2 Richard 

Complex mailmerge 

Pete Dollimore/Will 






Keeping your council seat Hannah 

Developing your GE campaign plan – Nichola/Will 

A leaflet in 30 mins with ALDC Artworker – Richard/Election workshop 


How to write a great Focus article – Richard/Will 

Trudy’s diversity session 

Chair - Hannah 




There will be refreshments available and the venue is a 0.3 mile walk to Redhill train station and Redhill town centre.

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