Join us in Nottingham for our next regional members' event.
Our country is at a crossroads. People are crying out for a movement that believes in sharing power and wealth. And we’re ready to answer that call with our Midlands’ ‘Ideas to change Britain’ members event
Bringing together members and supporters from across the co-operative, labour and trade union movements, this is a chance to learn more and help shape our plans to build a fairer Britain.
The event will features debates on the Co-operative Party’s Policy Process for 2018: An Economy Where Wealth and Power Are Shared and Britain Leaving the European Union. There will also be sessions on becoming a Co-operative Councillor and building co-operative activism in the Midlands.
Lunch is included in the ticket price and the event is open to non-members of the Co-operative Party.
10.00-10.30: Registration, tea and coffee
10.30-11.00 Welcome & Key Note: Chris Leslie MP.
11.00-12.00: Member led policy discussion: Britain leaving the European Union chaired by Mark Grayling:
· Rory Palmer MEP
· Dr. Heather Peto
· Cllr Brian Parbutt, Chair, Nottingham City Transport Bus Company
12.00-13.00 Policy Idea Sessions
Co-operation in Local Government (with Cllr Brian Parbutt – chair, and Local Government Officer Emma Hoddinott
Building Community Wealth (with Nutan Modi – chair, Mark Grayling and Campaigns Officer James Butler)
13.45 Co-operative Party Centenary film
13.55-14.30 Keynote: Vernon Coaker MP.
14.30-15.30: Member led policy discussion: An Economy where wealth and power are shared (Jamie McMahon – chair)
· Tanya Noon, Director Central England Society & Co-operative Group National Members Council.
· Cllr Emma Hoddinott, Co-operative Party Local Government Officer.
· Hugh Ellis, The Town and Country Planning Association.
16:00 – Social event
The Co-operative Party
65 St John St