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23rd August, 31st August, 7th September - Manifesto Consultation

The manifesto for the local elections has been drafted and now we're keen to get your input. We're going to have 3 consultations around the borough, one each in Orpington, Bromley and Beckenham, on 23rd August (Orpington), Thursday 31st August (Beckenham) and Thursday 7 September (Bromley). You can go to whichever meeting suits you best, venues are as follows:

Orpington - 23rd August - 7.30 p.m. - Orpington Liberal Club, 7 Station Road, Orpington, BR6 0RZ

Beckenham - 31st August - 7.30 p.m. - St Paul's Church Hall, Brackley Road - the entrance to the hall is in Lawn Road, Beckenham, BR3 1TP.

Bromley - 7th September - 7.30 p.m. - Bromley URC Church, 20 Widmore Road, BR1 1RY

Click here to download a copy of the manifesto (members only, you will need your password)

30th August - Hustings to Select Candidates for Local Elections

Location: Orpington Club

Time: 8 p.m.

A members meeting will take place in the Orpington Club on Wednesday 30th August at 8 p.m. so you will have a chance to vote for our candidates in the May 2018 local elections. A formal invitation will be sent out to all members, but this is advance warning so you can keep the date free. More details of the meeting are here - https://bromleylibdems.org.uk/en/page/hustings

2nd September - Murder Mystery Evening

Murder Mystery

Location: Orpington Liberal Club, 7 Station Road, Orpington, BR6 0RZ

Time: 7 p.m.

Bromley Liberal Democrats invite you to join them at Bedside Manor, the home of Sir Philip Carter (famed industrialist and inventor of the tangle-free paperclip), who has been found dead in his study, apparently shot by his own revolver. Sir Philip's solicitor has summoned the beneficiaries of Sir Philip's will to the manor, but what none of them know is that Sir Philip did not commit suicide and that it is very likely that his murderer is among those now being assembled for the reading of his will.

Why did one of Sir Philip's beneficiaries want him dead?

Who stood most to benefit from his untimely demise?

What will be the fate of Carter Industries and all those who work for it?

Chief Inspector Charles Corner, who has once again been invited to take charge of the investigation, is determined to find out and hopes that you will want to help him.

THE BUSINESS OF MURDER will be Bromley Liberal Democrats seventh foray into the murky world of murder and promises to be the murkiest yet.

For those of you unfamiliar with our murder mystery evenings, you play in teams of no more than six and, in the course of an evening, you hear testimonies, receive evidence, discuss clues, and enjoy a delicious supper. The winning team is the one that not only correctly identifies the murderer, but also detects all of the greatest number of vital clues.

The intrigue starts at 7.00pm on Saturday 2nd September 2017 at the Orpington Liberal Club, 7 Station Rd, Orpington, BR6 0RZ.

Tickets are £15 and should be booked online here. The price includes a home cooked supper of traditional English fare and a range of delicious desserts.

28th October - Quiz Night

The next Quiz Night will be in the Orpington Club on 28th October - watch this space for more information.