The cost of the tickets are:

  • £20 for adults
  • £15 for unwaged adults

The price of the ticket also includes tea and coffee throughout the day and a light vegetarian lunch.

To book, simply follow the booking link by clicking on the button below.


The AGM will include lively debate, guest speakers and breakout sessions to further discuss Green policies for the East Midlands.

Although we would like you to come along to Leicester for a great day out with fellow Greens, we understand that not everyone is in a position to make the journey.
We hope to make the day available on Zoom so that you can watch remotely and put your questions over the 'chat' feature.  If you would like to take up this opportunity please contact coordinator@eastmidlands.greenparty.org.uk.
Please note that only the sessions in the Grand Hall will be available in this way.
We also hope to record the presentations of our key speakers and make them available after the event.




Annual General Meeting




Welcome to Conference


Dez Dell: Regional Success - Our 42 Councillors


Anne Gayfer & Darren Yates: So, you're a member of the Green Party?




Marcus Cain: Making the Most of Social Media

or Dez Dell: Recruiting and Engaging Volunteers




Lorienne Whittle: A Major Re-Wilding Project in Our Region

or Marcus Cain: Solving your Social Media Problems




Baroness Natalie Bennett: Change Everything


Summing Up & Conference Close


Following last year's successful regional conference, our first since the COVID-pandemic, we're delighted to announce that 2023's edition of the East Midlands Green Party Regional Conference will take place on Saturday 24th June between 11am and 5pm at the Saint Martins House conference Centre in Leicester.


Natalie Bennett

Member of the House of Lords

Natalie Bennett

Natalie Bennett (Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle only for really formal occasions) became the second Green member of the House of Lords in 2019, having been party leader from 2012-2016.

In between speaking in the House, visiting local Green parties and schools, colleges and universities, she's been working on her first book, Change Everything: Common Sense Politics for the Age of Shocks, an accessible introduction to Green politics.

Lorienne Whittle

Growing up in rural Lincolnshire helped inspire Lorienne's love of the outdoors from a young age. A BSc Ecology and MSc Primate conservation ensued, deepening both her connection with nature and understanding of our impact upon it.

After undertaking research abroad, Lorienne went on to oversee the Latin American partnership projects for an international conservation charity.   More recently she's drawn upon her communication skills as a qualified teacher to work in environmental education, run a citizen science project and help establish a conservation training programme at the Woodland Trust.

Lorienne started as the Project Manager at Boothby Wildland in January 2023.  Her role is part of Defra's Landscape Recovery funding which the project received in late 2022.

Marcus Cain

Marcus Cain looks after the party's social media and digital output.

Marcus will be providing training for local/regional parties, candidates and elected Greens on how to improve your social media output and use it to achieve your goals.