Going to a local Lib Dem event is a great way to get involved and meet new people. And it's not all delivering leaflets either - there are many social events too.
Help us finish off this phase of our leafleting campaign. Join us for coffee and a chat at 10:15 in the Costa, just round the corner from Northwood Station.
6.15 for 6.30 start at Whiting St United Reformed Church halls. The cost is £10 per head to include cakes and drinks (pay on the night). Teams of 4 can be pre-arranged or arranged on the night
Come and enjoy a hot and cold buffet, with plenty of delicious dishes to choose from.
Listen to an inspiring speaker Daisy Cooper Parliamentary Spokesperson for St Albans Liberal Democrats who has connections to this area. About Daisy
Perhaps take home a raffle or 100+ Club Prize.
Maybe most important of all - spend time getting acquainted (or reacquainted) with other Liberal Democrats.
With No Deal Brexit looming at the end of October, this may be our last chance to force the government to listen to the voices of people who want to remain in the EU.
Provisionally leaving Bedford on the 10:05 train, calling at Flitwick 10:16 and Harrington 10:20. To be confirmed when the organisers publish the schedule.
Save the date! On Saturday 19th October, we'll be marching in London to give the people a final say on Brexit - and an option to remain in the EU.
We want you to be there!
Sign up now and we'll keep you up to date with the plans.
Join us and bring a friend to the Liberal Demochat meet-up in the cafe at the Park Hotel in Peebles on Saturday 26 October 10-11am.
No speeches, just liberally minded people having a chat about all things political. Members and non-members are all very welcome.
For details see @LiberalDemochat on Facebook or Twitter.
Join members from across the East of England to hear from parliamentarians, take part in debate and discussion and learn more at training sessions.
Our venue is the Cambridge Regional College, a modern campus easily accessible from Cambridge Station and Cambridge North Station via the Cambridgeshire Guided busway. The college is close to junction 33 of the A14. Ample parking is available.