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This Saturday, the Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors are holding their second annual local government conference at Birmingham’s ICC.

Find out more on their website.  There was a real buzz about this event last year, so we are all looking forward to the event again this year. The programme is jam-packed with sessions, with many events happening simultaneously.

We here at LDV will have a stall at the conference.  We’ll be reporting live during the day, and I will have my trusty recorder.  I’ll be taping several sessions and podcasting them later for any of our readers or users of the ALDC website unable to make the event.

And if you can’t make it to Birmingham, don’t forget the Liberal History Group’s event at the LSE commemorating the 1958 Torrington by-election.

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