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Friday 19th - Sunday 21st July 2019
This year's annual conference will take place from in the beautiful town of Stroud in Gloucestershire, where Greens control the Town Council and are part of the ruling Administration of the District Council, along with Labour and Lib Dem colleagues. Accessible by train on the main line from London to Cheltenham, the event will take place in the centre of town, only a few minutes' walk from the station, the famous Saturday Farmers' Market and numerous quirky independent shops where you may wish to browse in your lunch breaks.
Starting with a meal together in the Curio Lounge on Friday night, the main event will take place in the Imperial Hotel. It will include numerous workshops, presentations and discusssions where Green Councillors can share their ideas, achievements and tips as well as the Annual General Meeting and plenty of time to network with colleagues and to be inspired and supported by them. Local Party members will host a social at Atelier on Saturday night and the weekend will finish by 2.30pm on Sunday.
More details will be available nearer the time.
The conference is FREE to all subscribed agc members although there will be a small charge to Stroud Green Party for the catering. The cost to non AGC-subscribers is £40.
From the M5 going South, turn off at Junction 11a onto the A419 and follow the signs to Stroud. From the M4, turn off at Junction 15 for Cirencester onto the A419 follow the signs to Stroud. There are various pay and display car parks all within a few minutes walk, the nearest being Cheapside which is just across the railway track (requires walking up steps to cross the bridge). There is also some car parking at the Imperial Hotel. If you cannot walk far and require on-site parking, please let me know so that I can ensure a space is available.
There are various options:
Here's is a taste of the presentations and inspiring discussions at last year's conference
- Lessons and tips from our recent election successes
- Making the most of your Parish / Town Council
- Flood Prevention - what local councils can do
- Green Party Climate Change Campaign - involving local councillors
AGC members can find all the presentations on the Resources page.
Memorable highlights were:
" Wood fired pizzas on Friday night..... Visiting the Eco School nearby which is the Greenest school in England......the beautiful countryside.... passion....... "