The Trustees of the Lord Caradon Lectures Trust are delighted to welcome attendees to this year's Lord Caradon Lecture at the University of Plymouth. The live lecture will be followed by questions and a reception.
This year's lecturer is Kerry Brown, Professor of Chinese Studies and Director of the Lau China Institute at King's College London. He is currently working on a study of the Communist Party of China as a cultural movement and will be speaking on The Powers of Xi Jinping.
The lecture starts at 19:30 and you can attend in person or view the lecture remotely. Please email email@example.com for any queries.
Registration is essential if you wish to attend in person. Please visit The Lord Caradon Trust web page to register. Please note that there is no onsite parking so attendees are requested to use the public car parks in Drake Circus or Regent Street and walk across to the venue. That said, there are a limited number of disabled parking spaces available so please email the trust to request one.
The lecture will be broadcast on the University's YouTube channel or can be viewed at your leisure after the event. There is no need to register should you choose this option.
COVID safe attendance
The safety of our audience is important to the University. We are delighted to welcome an in-person audience to this event in line with government guidelines regarding COVID-19. Hand sanitising stations are positioned throughout our venues and we recommend visitors use these frequently. The wearing of face masks is not mandatory for this event and will be at personal preference. Ventilation in our venue has been increased and it may feel cooler than usual so we advise visitors bring additional layers to ensure their comfort at this event.
If you feel unwell, develop any COVID-19 symptoms, have been advised to self-isolate or have tested positive for coronavirus please email firstname.lastname@example.org to cancel your registration.