Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Conservative Spring Forum

Back to Manchester, home of the Arndale Centre, lots of student totty and numerous chavs from Salford at the weekend.

Joy!

Date: 6 April 2006
Organisation: Conservative Future
Details: CF WINNING ON CAMPUS (come along even if you haven't booked)

The CF National Student Life Training Conference will take place at the Conservative Party annual Spring Forum in Manchester. The conference will include training on:• CF on Campus & Local Involvement – ensuring your CF branch grows on campus
• Media – Dealing with your campus paper and radio station and dealing with local and national press
• Local issue Campaigning – How to identify the issues that win you elections – remember local election on 4 May!
• The Future of CF – we want to know what you want from CF in the future.
Venue The Manchester International Convention Centre which is the venue of the Spring Forum.

Package• Full day training• Lunch and refreshments• Free entry to CF Party on Thursday eveningTimingsThe event will begin with registration at 11am on Thursday morning and will finish at 5pm.

Democracy Deliberated
Date - Thursday 6 April
Time - 5.30pm for 5.45pm
Location - Life Café, 23 Peter Street , Manchester

Come join Ken Clarke, chairman of the Democracy Taskforce, to discuss thechallenges facing Parliament and its scrutiny of Government and how we shouldfund parties in the future. Ken will be joined by other members of theDemocracy Taskfoce panel.

This event will be the first of the series of roadshows examining the key components of the Democracy Taskforce's remit. This event is not within the secure area so passes are not required.

CF Party
Date - Thursday 6 April
Time - 7pm onwards
Location - Life Café, 23 Peter Street , Manchester

Come join the National Conservative Future Executive for drinks at the LifeCafé to find out what CF are up to and to warm up for Spring Forum.

This event is not within the secure area so passes are not required

Social Action Date - Friday 7th April
Time - Either 10am - 1pm or 2pm - 5pm

Want to get out and do something different at Spring Forum? Want to meet new people, with passion for changing lives? Want to help the Party put social action in the spotlight?

At Spring Forum this year the Party is getting out and about on social actionprojects across Manchester. While David Cameron puts his green thumbs to work,Shadow Cabinet Ministers will be visiting schools, refugee shelters and youthprojects. But it doesn't end there: we need you to help us out on furtherprojects in Old Trafford - painting, clearing, graffiti cleaning .... There are two shifts on Friday 7 April either 10-1pm or 2pm-5pm

You'll be part of something big. The work will be filmed and the footage used during David Cameron's address on Saturday morning. We'll provide you withrefreshments, all the gear you'll need to help out. You'll be playing a vital part in helping the Conservative Party show that itmeans to "Change our Cities"!

Contact Elizabeth.Berridge@conservatives.com to volunteer

1 Comments:

Blogger A soft socialist said...

Back to Manchester, home of the Arndale Centre, lots of student totty and numerous chavs from Salford at the weekend

And thats why you'll never get an MP in Manchester

10:53 am  

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