Key dates for Scottish Autumn Conference

Yesterday Scottish Conference Convener Paul McGarry announced in an email to members that our online Autumn conference will take place online on 8th and 9th October.

So the key deadlines are:

Drafting advice: 16th July at noon

Constitutional amendments: 16th July at noon

Motions deadline: 12th August at noon

You can get your ticket here. And the first timer rate for Scottish members is but a mere pound.

And while we are on the subject of deadlines, don’t forget that the Federal Conference motions deadline is 1pm next Wednesday. For more information, see here.

* Caron Lindsay is Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice and blogs at Caron's Musings

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2 Comments

  • Paul Barker 24th Jun '21 - 2:09pm

    I see there is a Council Byelection in Scotland today, 8 Candidates but no Libdem. This is not somewhere out of the way, its on the Rail line from Glasgow to Edinburgh.

  • @ Paul Barker I’m not sure that it is on the main line, Mr Barker, but there is indeed a railway station in the Murdistoun ward of North Lanarkshire Council.

    It’s in the Motherwell & Wishaw Westminster constituency (Lib Dems got 3.8% in 2019), next to Aidrie & Shotts constituency where they received 1% in the recent Westminster by-election held in May.

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