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PostPosted: Sat Nov 14, 2009 12:21 pm    Post subject: MEBYON KERNOW ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2009 Reply with quote


It is only one week to go to MK's Annual General Meeting and Conference at the Public Public Rooms in Bodmin (Saturday 21st November).

We hope that you will be able to attend this year's event. It comes at an important time for our Party. We did well in this year's elections, achieving 7% of the vote in the Euro-election and getting three councillors elected to Cornwall Council. We must now focus on making a massive impact at the General Election.

The agenda for the day is being finalised and will be completed by Monday. Those members who have requested the paperwork in advance of the meeting will receive it by the middle of next week.


Information about the work of the MK group on Cornwall Council and wider issues is featured on Party Leader Dick Cole's blog. The latest posts include reference to the new Cornish Language policy agreed by Cornwall Council. Why not visit the site at http://mebyonkernow.blogspot.com/

We look forward to seeing you at the Conference as we plan for the months ahead.

Thank you

MK Campaign Team
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