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The Sixth Margaret Thatcher Centre Lecture & Banquet

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The Carlton Club

69 Saint James's Street

London

SW1A 1PJ

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The Home Secretary, the Rt. Hon. Priti Patel MP, delivers the Sixth Margaret Thatcher Lecture (6.45pm for 7.30pm, 14 December 2021, London)

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The Margaret Thatcher Centre is delighted to welcome the Home Secretary, the Rt. Hon. Priti Patel MP, to deliver the Sixth Margaret Thatcher Lecture at the Carlton Club on Tuesday, 14 December 2021.

A committed Thatcherite and Brexiteer, the Home Secretary has been a staunch defender of conservative values for over 30 years. The Margaret Thatcher Centre is delighted to give the Home Secretary the opportunity to deliver a keynote address in the Iron Lady's memory as the first of its exciting series of events comprising its relaunch after the pandemic.

A report on the existing activities and updated future plans of the Margaret Thatcher Centre will be shared, and all attendees will receive a commemorate brochure of the evening.

  • VIP Drinks Reception & VIP Dinner Ticket: £95
  • Standard Drinks Reception & Dinner Ticket: £75
  • Student Dinner Ticket Only: £35

Preference will be given to existing supporters and past attendees at Margaret Thatcher Centre events.

Dress Code: Black Tie.

  • 6.45pm: Drinks Reception with Sparkling Wine & Cash Bar
  • 7.30pm: Three-Course Gourmet Dinner with Half-Bottle of Wine followed by Coffee, Mints & Petits Fours
  • 8.30pm: The Sixth Margaret Thatcher Lecture (The Rt. Hon. Priti Patel MP, Home Secretary)
  • 11.30pm: Carriages

ROAR.

The Margaret Thatcher Centre is a project of the Cherish Freedom Trust and the Cherish Freedom Foundation in partnership with the University of Buckingham.

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The Carlton Club

69 Saint James's Street

London

SW1A 1PJ

United Kingdom

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

Organiser The Margaret Thatcher Centre

Organiser of The Sixth Margaret Thatcher Centre Lecture & Banquet

The Cherish Freedom Trust's Margaret Thatcher Centre is a charitable institution dedicated to educating future generations and sharing the story of Lady Thatcher’s life and legacy. As the 20th century’s longest serving Prime Minister and the first female Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher was a model of courage and leadership and the policies which she championed, while controversial, continue to affect the UK to this day.

Her years as Prime Minister and the legacy she has left behind will be debated, critiqued and revered in equal measures for years to come, and it is important that we encourage this conversation on one of our nation’s most important historical turning points.

More than a mere archive of artifacts, the Centre seeks to keep this legacy and her era alive—and show how the impact she made on the world as Prime Minister can still be felt today.

The Centre will provide engaging programming and exhibits for all visitors. On this website, you can learn more about our offerings for school children, university students, academic researchers, public servants, and the general public. The Margaret Thatcher Centre will also offer education and training in key life skills to assist the rise of a new generation of effective leaders and public servants from all sides of the political arena who want to serve their country.

Originally conceived in 2009, the Centre received the personal backing of Lady Thatcher herself, as well as that of her close advisers and parliamentary colleagues. These endorsements are a testament to the importance of keeping her legacy alive for posterity.

But now, we need your help, as well.

She delivered. Now it's our turn. 

The Margaret Thatcher Centre is a project of the Cherish Freedom Trust, a charity registered in England & Wales with charity number 1157697 with its principal office at Turcan Connell, 1st Floor, 12 Stanhope Gate, London W1K 1AW.

 

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