Cheltenham for Europe

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Brexit will affect us all, it’s time to do something about it!

Events

Upcoming events.

8 December 2018 

“Cheltenham for Europe”

Jason H Hunter, of 3 blokes in a pub, and Tom Brufatto, Chair of Britain for Europe, talk to Cheltenham for Europe

Get your tickets HERE


Previous Cheltenham for Europe Events.

Hugo Dixon – 23 November

Hugo Dixon

It’s not too late to Stop Brexit – here’s what we need to do.”

Hugo Dixon will discuss how we can change public opinion if Brexit is to be stopped – which he believes it can. Drawing on his work with InFacts, he will show how facts can be deployed to achieve this end.

Hugo is chairman and editor-in-chief of InFacts, an online journal making the fact-based case for Britain to stay in the EU. Contributors rebut false Brexit claims with careful, well-researched analysis and, yes, facts. Hugo is a frequent contributor: some of his recent articles are ’In a democracy, people are free to change their minds’ and ‘Two ways this monstrosity of a bill must be changed’.

Where: Jurys Inn Hotel, Gloucester Road

When: 6.30pm, Thursday 23 November

Tickets: £5 at Eventbrite.com


Philip Cole gives Article 50 speech
Philip Cole gives Article 50 speech

We respond to Article 50

Cheltenham for Europe Chair, Philip Cole, delivered a public statement on Cheltenham Promenade publicly regretting the triggering of Article 50 by the Prime Minister.

See the video here . . .


Clare Moody MEP
Clare Moody MEP

Clare Moody MEP gave a talk to fifty Cheltenham for Europe supporters

See the video here . . .


Julie Girling MEP
Julie Girling MEP

Julie Girling MEP was introduced by Alex Chalk MP before giving a talk to our members and supporters

See the video here . . .


Prof AC Grayling
Prof AC Grayling

Professor AC Grayling gave a speech to over 80 enthusiastic Cheltenham for Europe Supporters on 9 June.