Shameless plug alert: Blog awards ceremony

As the judges finalise the winners of the Liberal Democrats/Liberal Democrat Voice Blog of the Year AwardsTM, I thought I’d take the opportunity for one final shameless plug of the awards ceremony. It’s in Old Harry’s Bar at the Highcliff Marriott Hotel on Saturday night from 9.45pm. Do come along if you’re in Bournemouth, meet Liberal Democrat bloggers and help us celebrate some excellent blogs.

Big thanks to our sponsors, ALDC and the LGA Liberal Democrats Group. Because of their generosity, we’re able to provide some free refreshments on arrival (although there’ll also be a cash bar if those don’t quench your thirst). ALDC/LGA sponsorship is particularly fitting given the number of local councillors who have been shortlisted (and the even larger number nominated) for awards this year.

Hope to see you in Bournemouth!

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