Tuesday, 25 October 2011
Purple Book events in the South
Following the launch of The Purple Book, Progress are organising events around the country to give party members an opportunity to hear and debate some of the ideas contained within it. The events are an opportunity to hear directly from some of the authors of The Purple Book and to debate the themes and ideas that are being proposed.
A number of meetings have been scheduled in the south, the details of which are:
Medway: The Purple Book: Should we leave the big state behind?
2nd November, 1900-2030, Rochester Coffee Co., 146 High Street, Rochester, Kent.
Speakers: Rachel Reeves MP, John Woodcock MP, Cllr Wes Streeting
Oxford: The Purple Book: Should we leave the big state behind?
3rd November, 1900-2030, Oxford University.
Speakers: Lord Adonis, Cllr Steve Reed, Olivia Bailey
Bristol: The Purple Book: Should we leave the big state behind?
1st December, 1900-2030, Council House, College Green.
Speakers: Ivan Lewis MP, Rachel Reeves MP, Kerry McCarthy MP, Mel Smallman
Ipswich: The Purple Book: Should we leave the big state behind?
7th December, 1930-2100, Ipswich Library lecture hall, Northgate Street, IP1 3DE.
Speakers: John Woodcock MP, Richard Angell, Cllr David Ellesmere, Cllr Carina O'Reilly
To register to attend these events, sign up at the Progress website.
Posted by Stuart King at 07:47