SPUC National Conference: programme announced
24 July 2014
Our national conference brings together many of our supporters for a great pro-life weekend
SPUC's national conference takes place once again at the Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick, Derbyshire, from 5-7 September.
This will be a fantastic opportunity to hear international speakers on a range of pro-life topics, and get up to date with all SPUC's campaigns. It is a must for all SPUC branches. We are delighted that our speakers this year will include Bishop Philip Egan, Roman Catholic bishop of Portsmouth.
To book, download the booking form and return it to SPUC with the conference fee.
If you have any questions about the conference, please contact Katherine Hampton, the conference organiser, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 020 7820 3137.
- The wife who's aborted two babies - because she's too selfish to share her husband [Mail, 24 July]
- Morning-after pill should be handed out in maternity wards – BPAS [Telegraph, 23 July]
- Three parent babies banned from knowing 'second mothers' [Telegraph, 23 July]
- NHS managers proposed strict limits on IVF provision [Telegraph, 21 July]
- Number of women travelling to America to choose sex of child rises 20% [Telegraph, 21 July]
- Nitschke's website linked to UK suicide death [Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, 23 July]
- Australia's Dr Death, Philip Nitschke, to lose medical licence [Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, 23 July]
- Country music legend supports life [John Smeaton, 22 July]
- Fears for safety of vulnerable people as assisted suicide is debated in House of Lords [SPUC, 18 July]
- A moving account why Lord Falconer's assisted suicide bill is wrong [John Smeaton, 18 July]