Then we found out that that the proposed rule changes were to be heard first thing that morning. So it was all rather confusing and messy.
Both UNISON and West Ham CLP had a good day I think with a number of us making speeches in conference debates and contributions during fringes.
I moved the Housing motion on the private rental sector on behalf of UNISON and Joshu moved the motion on Youth Safety on behalf of West Ham CLP. Both were passed unanimously.
During the merit awards retired former UNISON Regional Secretary Linda Perks (and Labour Councillor candidate 2018) was given a lifelong service award.
Dawn Butler MP closed conference with a lovely personal but powerful political speech about overcoming and rising above racism and sexism.
While the conference was a little grumpy and even bad tempered at times I thought it was on the whole a success and that we were united about the importance of winning both the next General Election and local elections in London 2018.
I was really pleased to end the day with singing (however badly) "The Red Flag" and posing with UNISON comrades for the traditional delegation conference picture.