Join us for tea in Greenwich West.

After the recent flurry of new members – in the borough generally and Greenwich Town Centre specifically - we thought it would be nice to host some regular local meetings. Politics will be discussed, but the main purpose will be social – so members can get to know each other and can swap ideas. It would also be great to make these social really useful, perhaps you need help with your computer, or plumbing, or childcare, or you can help someone else... come along and see!

service-417793_640.jpgTo start the ball rolling, Anthony Durham and Suzanne Miller hereby invite you to Tea on Sunday 9th August from 4.00 pm at 44 Roan Street, SE10 9JT (near St. Alfege church)

There will be plenty of tea, soft drinks, cakes (and even honey to honour Rupert Brooke and our local bee-keeper). Then wine and beer once the sun is over the yard-arm.

Literally everyone from our Party is welcome, accompanied by children and friends too. Turnout is unpredictable, we may have to send people onto the balcony to fire up a barbecue, or over the back wall into the adjacent St Alfege Park, even out to a shop to get more cakes. Or maybe our 12 chairs will be enough!

There will be no formal agenda or lead speaker, but there will be a theme: Levers of Power – what can Lib Dems realistically do in the present political system? But the real goal is just to have fun, and kick off a series of regular meetings down our west end of the borough. Come along on the 9th and meet your party colleagues!

WHEN
August 09, 2015 at 4pm - 8pm
WHERE
44 Roan Street
CONTACT
Suzanne Miller ·
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