Join the Liberty Network
The Liberty Network has been created for our most passionate and generous supporters. It lies at the heart of the Party and the support that we receive through this helps to provide and protect the future of the Liberal Democrats.
Members of the Liberty Network are forward-thinking – looking at the big picture and what’s ahead.
The Liberty Network bring together members for regular policy discussions and networking events with senior Liberal Democrats and Party figures. Our varied events programme ensures there are plenty of opportunities to be involved in lively debates and the exchange of ideas: discussing and sharing opinions on politics, the strengthening of our public services and the future of Brexit.
The support we receive from the Liberty Network is vital to our future success, helping us win elections and grow our campaigning activities. We ask members to contribute a minimum of £1,000 per annum, which can be paid in a variety of ways, either one lump sum or instalments.
Liberty Network benefits:
- Regular dinners or policy roundtables with parliamentarians and senior Party figures
- Summer and Winter drinks receptions with Party figures
- Email briefings from the Office of the Chief Executive and exclusive messages from senior Party members
- Invitations to strategy roundtables held at LDHQ during election campaigns
- Receptions with our Party Leader or Party President at our annual Conferences
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