District Conference 2024

Join us on Saturday the 28th of September from 10:30am - 11:30pm for the 2024 District Conference. Scroll for more details.

Let’s talk disability / Gadewch i ni siarad am anabledd 

The 2024 district conference is coming to Venue Cymru and the St George in Llandudno on Saturday 28 September. 

Join us at Venue Cymru for a day filled with inspirational speakers with lived experiences of disability, sharpen your inclusivity skills with the help of our charity experts, and learn new ways you and your club could help the world see the ability in every disability.

Join us in the evening at the sea-front St George hotel and relax amongst fellow rotarians from across the district, accompanied by a fabulous 3-course meal and entertainment.

Book now via Eventbrite by clicking this text. 

Tickets / Tocynnau

Day and evening combined ticket: £65.00

All inclusive ticket:

  • Delegate for day conference at Venue Cymru
  • Refreshments on arrival and during breaks
  • Hot buffet lunch
  • Evening 3-course meal and entertainment at St George Hotel
  • No added booking fee!

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Daytime ticket: £35.00pp + booking fee

Ticket includes:

  • Delegate for day conference only at Venue Cymru.
  • Refreshments on arrival and during break
  • Hot buffet lunch.

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Evening ticket: £35.00pp + booking fee

Ticket includes:

  • Evening only attendance at the St George Hotel
  • 3-course set menu
  • Entertainment.

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Large booking as a club? Please email the District Conference team who can help via rotary1180conference@outlook.com.



The full agenda, speakers, and entertainment are to be confirmed this spring.

The daytime event at Venue Cymru is from 10.30am – 4.30pm. The evening event at the St George is from 7.00pm – late. Take a look at a snapshot of the day now via Eventbrite.

Visiting Llandudno / Ymweld a Llandudno 

The Llandudno Rotary Club have pulled together some useful guidance for people visiting Llandudno. Take a look via the link here



Help spread the word / Helpwch ni siarad amdano!

Be sure to talk about the District Conference at your next club meeting.

View English PDF poster

View Welsh PDF poster

We’ll also be sharing lots of exciting updates in the build up to this year’s conference. Follow the Rotary in N Wales and NW England Facebook page for all the latest updates.

Got a question? / Os gennych chi gwestiwn? 

Take a look at our conference FAQs  or contact the District Conference team who will be happy to help:   rotary1180conference@outlook.com


See the ability, not the disability / Gweler y gallu, nid yr anabledd! 

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