Gladstone Lecture and Dinner 2019

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The Liberal Democrat Christian Forum, one of the party’s Associated Organisations, is having its annual Gladstone Lecture on Wednesday, June 12th, in the Lloyd George Room of the National Liberal Club.

The guest speaker is Revd. Canon Mark Oakley, Dean of St John’s College, Cambridge and former residentiary Canon of St Paul’s Cathedral.

This year’s Gladstone Lecture is entitled “Poets, Prophets and Protestors: Liberty, Christianity and the Future.”  Mark is particularly interested in the interworking of politics, poetry and faith, and will explore these themes in his lecture.

The event begins with pre-lecture drinks at 6:30pm on June 12th, followed by the Gladstone Lecture at 7pm. Tickets for the lecture are £10 (with concessionary tickets available).

After the Gladstone Lecture, there will be a fund-raising dinner for the Liberal Democrat Christian Forum held in the Lady Violet Room at the National Liberal Club. Come meet Mark Oakley, the LDCF Executive and some of our Peers & MPs. Pre-drinks, Lecture and Dinner is priced at £100.

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3 Comments

  • £ 100 for a lecture, drinkies and a dinner ?

    “Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth. Blessed are they who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied.” Matthew 5.5

    “Blessed are the poor”. Luke 6.20.

    Aye, well, nuff said.

  • Lorenzo Cherin 29th May '19 - 2:14pm

    I think as someone interested in this, it might be great to be at that.

    I think as someone who values that this party has the pound a month option for those who are a member of our great party but not able to afford a lot, I like what David Raw says…

  • Tristan Ward 29th May '19 - 6:42pm

    Come on chaps. It’s £10 for drinks and lecture (ie the interesting bit) and another £90 for a fund raising dinner.

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