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Supporting a fairer Wales at Welsh Labour conference

April 15th 2019

We were delighted to attend the Welsh Labour spring conference in Llandudno on Saturday the 13th and Sunday the 14th of April.

Visitors with our Nye Bevan placard at the Welsh Labour conference 2019

Delegates from our partner Community union with our Nye placard and our director Victoria Winckler

It was the second time that the Bevan Foundation has been an exhibitor at the Welsh Labour conference and we had another warm welcome.

The First Minster Mark Drakeford AM with our Nye Bevan placard.    

The First Minster Mark Drakeford AM with our Nye Bevan placard.

We were pleased to welcome visitors from all over Wales to our stand to talk about what the Bevan Foundation is doing.

Many delegates enjoyed a photo-opportunity with our larger-than-life Aneurin Bevan placard, while our Bevan stickers were seen on delegates’ passes, phone cases and lapels around the conference.

They also grabbed the chance to sign up for our free e-newsletter, find out about our upcoming events, and check out our exclusive supporter’s magazine.

Our stand at Welsh Labour conference follows that at Plaid Cymru’s conference in March.

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