Regional conference and Leadership Question Time
10 June 2016
Saturday July 9th, Stowmarket, Suffolk
Calling all Green Party Eastern Region members. Don't miss your chance to question the people who want to replace Natalie Bennett as the face or faces of the Green Party for the next two years.
Throughout the morning we will have a range of inspiring talks and discussions, including the chance to talk both to one of our newest and one of our most experienced councillors. If you would like to ask a question at the hustings, please send it in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fair Trade tea, coffee and veggie lunch are provided. We will be asking for donations to cover the cost of room hire and lunch.
Provisional timetable at St Peter's Hall, Station Road West, Stowmarket, Suffolk IP14 1ES. (The church hall is five minutes walk from Stowmarket train station):
9.30 - 10am coffee, greetings.
10 - 10.50 Support for local party elections 2017 and onwards. Priority targets and how you can help.
11 - 11.50 Simon Heap talks about his first 2 months as a councillor and Steven Neville on the successful Epping Forest campaign
11 - 11.50 Parish councillor tea and biscuit networking session - hosted by Paul Jeater, Ingatestone Parish Council
12 - 12.30 James Abbott, county councillor, on being an effective community campaigner - incinerator, library closures, children's centres, Facebook
12 - 12.30 Newsletter and leaflet design brainstorming - bring yours to compare and contrast
12.30 - 1.30 Regional business meeting, co-options, GPRC reports, raffle, announcements
1.30 - 2.30 lunch provided by Mid Suffolk GP (small donation requested)
2.30 - 3.30/4pm Leadership hustings in John Peel Centre - to be filmed
The duration of the hustings will be dependent on how many candidates there are.
To ensure you get your lunch please email catering chief John Matthissen at email@example.com.
There are three car parks five minutes walk away - Meadow Centre car park (at Asda), Milton Road Car Park and one at the Regal Theatre on Ipswich Street.
To find the Church hall from the station, head towards the centre of town, passing the Verandah Bar Super Pub on your left. Go straight over the main road at the traffic lights and walk a few yards until the church is on your left, take the path on the left that leads through the churchyard and it will take you to the church hall - an squat, ugly building across the green from the church.
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