Liberal Democrat Society
The Southampton University Liberal Democrat Society aims to promote liberalism within the Student Union. The society raises the awareness of Liberal Democrat values and policies through campaigning for the success of Southampton-based Liberal Democrat candidates standing in local, general and European elections. We also arrange social events for like-minded, liberal students throughout the university..
About Liberal Democrat SocietyWe run regular socials and meetups, and we run issue-specific campaigns at the University. Some of our key campaigns last year were fighting period poverty, homelessness and carbon footprints. We also campaign in elections alongside Southampton Liberal Democrats. Many of our members have stood for Southampton City Council and in 2017 one even stood for Parliament here!
All are most welcome, and there is no obligation for those who attend socials to get involved with campaigning (or vice versa)! We aim to be as inclusive and welcoming as possible, and we have a diverse range of members with varying levels of involvement. Why not give it a try?
Upcoming 2019 events:
September 26th: Pint and Politics, The Bridge, 19:00
October 1st: Lib Dem’s Do Lunch, The Bridge, 13:00
October 3rd: Cross party immigration debate (hosted by the Politics Society)
October 8th: Pint and Politics 2, The Hobbit Pub, 20:00
October 10th: Pizza, Politics and EGM, Meeting Room 1 (SUSU Building), 19:00
And loads more to follow!
Membership Fee Information
These are the current membership fees offered by Liberal Democrat Society, although many clubs and societies offer a free period for new members to try out their activities.
|19/20 Membership||FREE||01/09/2019 - 31/08/2020||Allows Union members to run and vote in Society elections, and aids contact between the society and its membership|
All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Liberal Democrat Society this year are:
- Gabriel Stirling
- Samuel Harris
- Simon Kelly
- Ned Williams