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UKIP leader Nigel Farage is expected to deliver the opening speech when the party's Welsh Conference gets underway in Port Talbot later.
UKIP members and activists are set to gather at the Margam Orangery from midday.
Nathan Gill, the returning MEP for Wales, is also expected to attend, along with other senior MEPs and candidates for next year's General Election.
UKIP says it will be the main challenger in next year's UK Election in parts of Wales that have traditionally voted Labour.
The party's Welsh conference is getting underway this evening in Margam near Port Talbot.
Its leader, Nigel Farage, will address the conference tomorrow and is meeting members tonight.
Our Political Editor Adrian Masters reports from the conference.
As UKIP prepares for its Welsh conference, Labour's launched a campaign aimed at highlighting what it says are UKIP's 'right-wing, Thatcherite' policies. UKIP says it'll be the main challenger in traditionally Labour-voting areas such as the South Wales Valleys.
Labour's Shadow Welsh Secretary Owen Smith says the campaign is aimed at setting the record straight.
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Nigel Farage has blamed "open-door immigration" and the state of the M4 motorway for running late to a meeting with Ukip supporters.
As UKIP's Welsh conference begins, the party's hoping to build its support in Wales following recent election successes