Conference Info

On Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th October 2022, join us in Leeds for From Crisis to Co-operation: Co-operative Party Annual Conference 2022.

This will be our first in-person Annual Conference in two years, and we're excited to welcome you back as we face the future and discuss how co-operation can provide a much-needed solution to the crises our country faces, from the cost-of-living crisis to the climate crisis.

Our Annual Conference brings together hundreds of members and supporters from across the co-operative and labour movements to learn more about our work, help shape Party policy and discuss our priorities and campaigns.

Visitor registration is now open: book your pass now to join us and help set a new co-operative direction for Britain.


Conference Venue: The Queens Hotel, City Square, Leeds LS1 1PJ

By Rail: Leeds Train Station is adjacent to the hotel with its own private entrance direct from the station concourse.

By Bus: Leeds Bus and Coach Station is a short walk from the hotel. View local bus timetables here.

By Car: The postcode for your Satnav that gets you closest to the hotel is LS1 4DY



Rachel Reeves MP

Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer

Saturday 8th October 2022


Lisa Nandy MP

Shadow Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities

Saturday 8th October 2022


Tracy Brabin

Mayor of West Yorkshire

Saturday 8th October 2022


Jim McMahon MP

Chair of the Co-operative Party and Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Saturday 8th October 2022


Rose Marley

CEO of Co-operatives UK

Saturday 8th October 2022


Preet Kaur Gill MP

Chair of the Co-operative Party Parliamentary Group and Shadow Cabinet Minister for International Development

Sunday 9th October 2022


Wes Streeting MP

Shadow Secretary of State for Health and Social Care

Sunday 9th October 2022

With more to be announced!

Book your pass

Ex-officio attendance at our conference is available to certain representatives within our movement including:

  • Members of the UK, Scottish and Welsh Parliaments
  • Members of the London Assembly
  • Labour and Co-operative Councillors
  • Police and Crime Commissioners
  • Elected Mayors
  • Elected members of the National Youth Committee and Networks Steering Committees
  • Members of the Prospective Parliamentary Panels (Westminster, Holyrood & Cardiff Bay)

Unlike regular visitors, ex-officio members have speaking rights on the conference floor. They do not have voting rights unless they are also a appointed as a conference delegate.

Ex-officio registration costs £95 and cover attendance at both days of Conference, lunch on Saturday and attendance at Saturday evening's networking event.

If you have already registered to join us at conference as a delegate, you do not need to register for a separate ex-officio or visitor pass. If you have any questions, please email

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