Cheltenham for Europe hopes this finds you safe and well. We know this is an anxious time for millions, particularly those fighting the coronavirus on the front line.
Cheltenham for Europe has ceased face-to-face campaigning activities for the duration of the coronavirus crisis but remains active on line and on social media. Our focus is to promote and maintain our links with the EU27, support the 3 Million EU citizens who live in the UK, keep you informed about Brexit negotiations and to petition for an extension to the transition period so that energies can be focused on management of the coronavirus pandemic.
In line with our previous overlapping campaigns for transparency, truthfulness and probity in politics we will keep you informed, where relevant, about related topics as well as EU and Brexit related news items.
We realise that these are worrying times and wish you well. We look forward to keeping in contact and meeting up as soon as it is safe to do so.
Who are we?
Cheltenham For Europe is a cross-party, collaborative, pro-EU campaigning group. We are one of over 100 similar, fast-growing organisations in the UK affiliated with Britain for Europe. We have provided a voice to thousands of supporters in Cheltenham. Please come and see us at our Street Stall in town and/or join us at our speaker events and rallies.
Your support is essential to help ensure the final decision on leaving the EU comes back to the people. For just £10 you can help by becoming a Member of Cheltenham For Europe (we welcome Student Members for free) or by offering a further donation.
Please spread the word on social media too – simply follow the links at the bottom of the page.
What is Cheltenham Borough Council doing about Brexit?
We asked them what plans they have for Brexit – Deal or No Deal
A few weeks ago, we submitted a Freedom of Information request to Cheltenham Borough Council, asking them to share with us their plans for Brexit and in particular for a No Deal Brexit. This was part of a coordinated initiative undertaken with the five other members of the Gloucestershire Forum for Europe to submit such requests to all public bodies in the county. Read more here.