Monday, 25 October 2010

CF One-Day conference success.


This past Saturday South London was the host to CF One-Day conference, which attracted over 70 attendees. The audience listened to speeches from Ministers, a Secretary of State, a PPS and a newly elected MP.

Guests included Conservative Future members who had travelled from Birmingham and Suffolk to meet the speakers and network with other young Conservatives. The event attracted key speakers including Immigration Minister, Damian Green; Decentralisation Minister, Greg Clark; David Evenett; PPS to Michal Gove; Licensing Secretary, James Brokenshire and local Croydon Central MP Gavin Barwell. Delegates questioned speakers and spoke frankly about what policies they wanted to see from the party over the next few years.

Deputy Chair' for membership Clare Hilley said, "Thank you to our activists who attended and for those who joined us in the pub afterwards.". Clare organised the event and says the CF Executive are planning to hold another one before Christmas and several others in the first half on next year across the country.

Clare has asked Conservative Future members if they think that CF will be able to host a similar event in their region.

Members can contact Clare via email.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

WOW 12 CFers!!!

Anonymous said...

Well done Claire, the pic above won't do much for the image of CF.

Anonymous said...

Anon cannot count - that's 13 CF and 1 MP

Anonymous said...

70 haha how many were actually under 30... Hilley PR PR PR

Anonymous said...

Yes but then again the Hacks took CF back in the last election, never a good thing.

Anonymous said...

Who cares, CF became the place for the living dead a long long time ago.

Anonymous said...

This should be renamed the "Young Conservatives who want to dress like their parents Group"

Anonymous said...

Boring!

Anonymous said...

Well done Clare, but what is Swann doing? Not heard a thing out of her, since she got elected.

Anonymous said...

Good to see so many Parents allowing kids access to their clothes. BTW, why was the CF chairman not in attendance? Is this is the first public sign of a rift?

Anonymous said...

From reading www.conservativefuture.com Howlett was in Swindon campaigning for the Super Saturday while Clare was doing the conference - looks like they are spreading the action.

It's really great to see National CF are working together and hitting the ground running already. Really refreshing!

Well done Clare and Ben, keep up the good work!

Anonymous said...

But was Ben in Swindon? Our sources on the ground say he failed to show? What happened to Swann? Or is she the Vince Cable of CF, i.e realised she can't pour bile from office? And who is James Deighton?

Clare should have been Chair, it's a shame she has to work with such a bunch of Specials.

Anonymous said...

Where did that great picture go? One hacktavist commented "It was a great day, to spend time with other people who wished to dress in a middle aged way was amazing, normally people mock me. But today I was right at home, my father was proud that I wore his Cords and Blazer and for once did not come home with a story about being mocked....I am off to listen to his record collection now and try and get into this New fangled Rock music.

Anonymous said...

Well the photo doesn't lie does it? Duh...

Anonymous said...

Well the photo doesn't lie does it? Duh...

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