Announcing the SPUC International Pro-Life Youth Conference 2014
6 November 2013
Receive the best possible pro-life formation in an enjoyable and stimulating environment
You are warmly invited, and encouraged, to come to the 7th SPUC International Pro-Life Youth & Student Conference 7th-9th March 2014, Telford Campus, England.
We want you to receive the best possible pro-life formation in an enjoyable and stimulating environment. This conference is run over three days, where you can expect the following:
- A line-up of international experts speaking on up to date pro-life topics.
- Opportunities for questions, panel discussions/debates so that you can ask and discuss the most important pro-life issues we face today.
- A top quality range of literature for you to take away.
- The chance to spend three days in the company of other young pro-lifers in the UK and abroad. You'll make new friends and learn about the pro-life and student experiences of others.
- Each day you'll be served meals and refreshment. These are great opportunities to talk with the speakers and relax with other young adults.
- We'll guarantee you entertainment and a reasonably priced bar for drinks. Previous conferences have included films, talent shows, ceilidh bands and dancing.
The SPUC youth blog has a permanent page dedicated to the youth conference. We are now taking bookings. Do not delay. If you're booking as part of a group it’s best to start organising early.
Booking early also means you'll be able to book your coach or train tickets at a cheaper price, and don't forget to apply for SPUC Branch sponsored places.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your details and we'll send you the booking form. Also feel free to email us if you have any questions. [SPUC youth blog, 1 October]
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