Helping you keep your New Year’s resolution

Made a New Year’s resolution? No? No matter. Why not make one now? To campaign early and often in the run-up to May’s elections.

And to help you keep it, we’ve three more Regional Action Days, with more to come.

These events are designed to give you the best possible experience, well-organised, with free food and the chance to campaign with leading campaigners from across the region.

Don’t worry if you don’t have campaigning experience. These days are especially for you, to give you an enjoyable way to pick up new skills.

Can’t make the whole day? Then come for as much of it as you can.

What we do ask is that you pre-register or provisionally pre-register at the on-line form for the event. That way, the local party have a good idea how much food to cook, and how much campaigning materials to prepare.

Saffron Walden Regional Action Day. Sat Jan 12.  Registration here

Alnwick Regional Action Day (Berwick-upon-Tweed constituency). Sat Feb 2.  Registration here

Lewes Regional Action Day (in Seaford). Sat Mar 2.  Registration here

If those are a little too far from where you live, then don’t forget the National Day of Action on Sat Feb 9, where there’ll be campaigning taking place all around the country. For details, look here

Do come. Campaigning with lots of Liberal Democrats, with folk who have great skills to share and who are incredibly interesting people, is satisfying and enjoyable.

Who says New Year’s resolutions can’t be fun?

* George Kendall has been a member since he joined a predecessor party in 1981, is a member in Cambridge, and likes to organise Regional Action Days. He writes for Liberal Democrat Voice in a personal capacity.

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