Conference Dinner

7:30pm, Saturday 25th March - Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea

The Conference Dinner will take place at the Dylan Thomas Centre on the Saturday evening of Conference. All Party Members, their guests and representatives from a variety of organisations are invited to join us for what will be a fun and interesting evening. Our guest speaker is Mark Pack, President of the Liberal Democrats.

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Who is our guest speaker, Mark Pack?

Dr Mark Pack is an author and, since January 2020, President of the Liberal Democrats.

His books include 101 Ways To Win An Election and Bad News: what the headlines don’t tell us. He also hosts the Never Mind The Bar Charts podcast.

Mark has previously been the party's Head of Innovations and ran the party’s digital and data operation for the 2001 and 2005 general elections.

He also helped found and then later was co-editor of Liberal Democrat Voice and now edits Liberal Democrat Newswire, the monthly email newsletter about the Liberal Democrats.

Read more about Mark Pack

Dinner Menu

Dinner guests will be able to choose from a selection of dishes


Chef’s homemade soup served with a crusty bread roll & butter

Main Course

Roast silverside of beef served with Yorkshire pudding and a rich roast gravy

Welsh cheese & Leek stuffed chicken breast served with Cwm Deri white wine sauce

Vegan cottage pie with bubble and squeak mash

Something Sweet

Sticky toffee pudding served with vanilla custard

Vegan apple crumble with soya custard

Guests can inform us of their menu choices here.

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