Compass Annual Gathering 2016

Hi –

We’re getting really excited for the Compass Annual Gathering 2016 and hope you can join us.

This gathering is a crucial event to set Compass’ direction for the next two years. You’ll hear what Compass is up to, have the opportunity to engage with discussions about our future in workshops, and help us to develop a collective understanding of the political context.

The main aim of the event is to continue to strengthen the Compass community and make sure we continue to be led by you. We’d love to see as many of our members and supporters there as possible.

Let us know what the top thing you would like to see or do at the gathering this year so we make sure the day is as useful to you as possible

You can share your thoughts on our draft strategy ahead of the gathering – we certainly don’t know all the answers so it’s really important to get your feedback. The strategy will be the backbone of the Gathering, so do have a look.

Like all our events, the Annual Gathering is open to all. There will be a short section for members only to vote on formal matters. If you are not already a member and would like to be, please do join us.

When: Saturday March 5th, 11am – 6pm

Where: The Foundry, 17 Oval Way, London, SE11 5RR.

Tea, coffee and lunch provided.

The venue is fully accessible to wheelchair users. Please let us know if there is anything you need that would make the day more accessible to you. If you’re travelling from outside London and need support with travel costs, just get in touch.

Please just let us know if childcare would enable you to attend and we will provide it.

All the best,

Jacqui
National Organiser, Compass

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