LGA and ALDC at the Liberal Democrat Spring Virtual Conference, 11–13 March 2022

The Local Government Association (LGA) and the Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors (ALDC) are again active at this year’s Spring virtual conference. Local government speakers will feature in a number of debates, seminars, training sessions and roundtables hosted by a variety of partner organisations. At the same time we are staging ’Conference Live’ in York where we are putting on a in-person comprehensive training programme for Liberal Democrat councillors and campaigners.

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Making a difference to people’s lives across the heart of the country

5.40pm - 6.45pm (Friday 11 March)

LGA Liberal Democrat Group, ALDC and Heart of England Lib Dems

Hear how Liberal Democrats are making a difference to people’s lives across the heart of
the country – highlights from North Shropshire, Oadby & Wigston to Hinckley & Bosworth.

Speakers include:

  • Helen Morgan MP
    North Shropshire
  • Councillor Michael Mullaney
    Hinckley & Bosworth District Council
  • Councillor Samia Z Haq
    Deputy Leader, Oadby & Wigston District Council
  • Chair: Councillor Bridget Smith
    Deputy Leader, LGA Liberal Democrats

The local race to net-zero

4.35pm -5.40pm (Saturday 12 March)

LGA Liberal Democrat Group, ALDC and York Lib Dems

How to make meaningful change on the climate emergency as local Lib Dems when facing Labour, Tories, Green and independents.

Speakers include:

  • Councillor Keith Aspden
    Leader, York City Council
  • Councillor Paula Widdowson
    Cabinet Member, York City Council
  • Councillor Pippa Heylings
    LGA Environment Lead
  • Chair: Councillor Joe Harris
    Leader, LGA Liberal Democrats
Are you coming to York this month?

This is a weekend of training, discussion and catching up with fellow campaigners over 12-13 March 2022, plus the Leader’s Speech taking place live in York on the Sunday.

Book your place at the Liberal Democrat Spring Virtual Conference.

For many of us, this will be the first time in ages to be able to catch up with each other at a physical event. This will be a great opportunity to share ideas, learn new skills and catch up with friends old and new. The weekend takes place alongside the Party’s ‘virtual’ conference, and all ‘live’ participants are automatically registered for the virtual event.

You will be able to watch the virtual conference auditorium from our live streaming room. Please bring your own computer to vote. Registration covers the event and refreshments but does not include travel, breakfast and evening meals, or your accommodation in York – for which you would need to book separately. To ensure the safety of delegates, the event will be run within the COVID safety guidelines that are in place in March 2022.

We look forward to seeing many of you in York in March!