Michael Dougan, back to Stratford once again, gave a blistering talk on Friday night. Well worth listening to an expert’s overview of May’s Withdrawal Agreement, Johnson’s Worse Deal and the implications going forward for Northern Ireland and the UK. Plus we’ve got guidance notes!
It was the biggest pro-European march yet and shows how support for a People’s Vote has grown exponentially.
There are still some places left on the eight coaches with on-board facilities to the LET US BE HEARD MARCH ON PARLIAMENT on Saturday 19th October. The coaches will be picking up from Stratford, Snitterfield, Warwick Parkway, Leamington, Kenilworth and Coventry. Tickets are priced at Adult – £20, Low waged – £10, and 18s and under and students – £5. You can book your tickets now by clicking here If you, or someone you know may be eligible for one of our sponsored tickets, please contact us in confidence at email@example.com for more…
If you would like to rock the S4EU look, one of our supporters has kindly made our Stratford4Europe T-Shirts easily available for you to order direct online. There are other S4E products available too including a variety of men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, plus other items including pin badges, phone cases and even a teddy! The T-Shirts cost £11.99 plus £2.99 p&p and can be ordered by clicking here. They are also available from Amazon at £11.73 by clicking here. Delivery is free with Prime or with total orders over £20.
Stratford4Europe were delighted to welcome Ellie to our constituency to hear her reflections upon her day-to-day life as a Green MEP, the importance of cross party co-operation and the value of being part of the EU.
The Conservative former Deputy Prime Minister Michael Heseltine joined Labour MP Jess Phillips at a massive People’s Vote ‘Let Us Be Heard’ rally at the University of Birmingham’s Great Hall alongside legendary football commentator Clive Tyldesley and a host of other speakers. Read all about it in the Birmingham Mail! https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/brexit-vote-birmingham-jess-phillips-1667271