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Traditional Britain Annual Conference

  • 21 Oct 2017
  • 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM

Registration

  • Ticket for TBG Patron Members only

Please be advised. As informed in our confirmation email:

- This is a ticketless event, names at the venue is sufficient (id for students)


- The dress code is formal smart casual (no leather or denim and at a minimum a shirt is required)

Finally:


- We have now notified everyone of the venue location. Let us know if you have not received anything.

- For new attendees, we require all guests to be respectful and courteous at all times. Those who we feel are not, may be asked to step out without refunds.

Any questions? info@traditionalbritain.org

We look forward to welcoming you to a jam-packed agenda and guest list tomorrow.

There will be a social after the event at which all attendees are welcome to discuss the day, network and unwind.




Lord Sudeley will be presiding.

Our speakers will include:

The Rev’d Dr. Peter Mullen, a Church of England Priest and traditionalist.

Anne Marie Waters, is the director of Sharia Watch UK and was a leading candidate for the UKIP leadership, who is now breaking away to form a new movement.

 A leading Identitarian, representing this growing continental European movement.

Alexander Boot, who describes his literary career as one of a 'writer, critic and polemicist'. His many thought provoking essays (and links to his books) can be found on his website. His speech is entitled
"How modernity destroys our political culture."

Dr. Frank Ellis, a Russian expert, will address conference on “the relationship between Russia and the West today”.

Bjørn Christian Rødal,  is Vice-president of the newly-formed Norwegian party “The Alliance” (Alliansen) which stands for Nationalism and Free Speech, National Identity and Culture under the slogan of "Norway first, vote the Alliance."

We hope to have one final high-level speakers to announce. 

We have now disabled registration as we've hit capacity. Please advise us if you would like to be placed on the reserve list: info@traditionalbritain.org

This event is open to all, but we reserve the right to check the bona fides of participants and to exclude any that we feel will not be conducive to the smooth running of the day.

Your booking here is strictly under these terms and we accept no responsibility for any ancillary costs if your reservation is declined.

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