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Welsh Conference

Our Conferences

Conference is where our party in Wales makes decisions. Every member has an equal right to attend, an equal say and an equal voice.

We hold two conferences every year, one in the Spring and one in the Autumn. Read on to find out more about our upcoming and recent conferences.

Autumn Conference 2024

The Conference Committee has agreed that the 2024 Autumn Conference will be held after the UK General Election.

Information about the date, venue and arrangements for the Autumn Conference will be finalised and communicated to members as soon as possible after the General Election is called.

Spring Conference 2025

Cardiff: 4th - 6th April 2025

Our next Spring Conference will be held at the Holiday Inn Cardiff Centre, starting on the evening of Friday the 4th April through to Sunday afternoon on the 6th April 2025.

The deadline for submitting motions to this Conference will be Wednesday, 19th February 2025.

Further information, including how to register, will be available after the 2024 Autumn Conference.

Autumn Conference 2025

Wrexham: 10th - 12th October 2025

We will be returning to the Ramada Plaza in Wrexham for our Autumn Conference in 2025. It will run over the weekend of 10th to the 12th October.

The provisional motion deadline is Wednesday 3rd September 2025. This, along with information on how to register for the Conference, will be confirmed nearer the time.

Recent Conferences
Novotel Cardiff Centre

Spring Conference 2024


Ramada Plaza Wrexham

Autumn Conference 2023


IQ Building, UWTSD, Cardiff

Spring Conference 2023



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