Conservative Peer, Earl Attlee, grandson of Labour Prime Minister Clement Attlee, is guest speaker at our dinner in June.
Earl Attlee first entered the House in 1992 and in 1999 was elected to be one of the remaining hereditary Peers. In opposition he served as a Whip and Spokesperson for various departments.
Outside politics, Earl Attlee is a Major in the Territorial Army (Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers) and served in Operation Lodestar and Operation Telic. He was also President of The Heavy Transport Association between 1994 and 2008 and was an In-Country Director (Rwanda) of British Direct Aid between 1995 and 1996.
The venue of our event is Caldy Golf Club, Links Hey Road, Caldy, Wirral CH48 1NB, 7 for 7.30pm. The dress code is lounge suit. Tickets are £35 and include a welcome drink and reception, followed by a two-course meal. Tickets can be purchased by emailing here.