Brexit -What Next?

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Brexit -What Next?
We did it
On 22nd September 2018 we successfully raised £150 with 8 supporters in 35 days

Help us raise funds to support a free Q&A event for the people of Nottinghamshire to discuss their hopes and fears in relation to Brexit.

by Notts For Europe in

Help us raise Raise funds to support a Free Q&A event on Friday 28th September 2018 for the people of Nottinghamshire to discuss their hopes and Fears in Relation to Brexit.

Two years on and the country still has no idea what Brexit means, Many of us feel confused about what is happening and the impact Brexit would have on our lives.

Do you have questions or concerns about Brexit?
Do you think there will be more or less money for the NHS?
Do you think Your Life and that of your Children will be better within the EU or outside it?
Do you think we should accept Brexit NMatter the Cost to our country?
Do you think Brexit has turned into a Mess?
Do you think that No-Deal Brexit will let us all down?

If you have questions or concerns over Brexit, Then this free event is for you.
This is your opportunity to talk to leading figures about your hopes and fears over Brexit.

Many high profile and influential politicians and organisations have agreed to participate.

Guest Speakers

Rt Hon Kenneth Clarke QC MP, Conservative
Rt Hon Tom Brake MP, Lib Dem
Chris Leslie, MP, Labour
Rt Hon Anna Soubry MP, Conservative
Femi Oluwole, co-founder of Our Future, Our Choice!
Eloise Todd, chief executive, Best for Britain

Presided over by John Hess, former BBC political editor, East Midlands
Doors will open 1830 with a start time of 1900
With a welcome speech by Prof. David Childs, Chair Nottinghamshire European Movement

Please come and join us and let them know what you think about Brexit.
Nottingham Trent University 
Newton Building
Burton Street
Friday 28th Septemeber 2018

Full details and updated information will be available on our facebook page Nottingham European Movement 
(Links to our online tickets will also be available on that page)

We expect a lot of interest in this event, and the demand for tickets to be high, So in order to satisfy this demand, we have chosen a large city centre venue in Nottingham.
Unfortunately, this choice of venue has also increased our costs, we could re-coup these by charging for tickets, but we do not wish to charge a fee because we feel it is important that cost should not prevent anyone from attending.

So we are hoping that with your support, this crowdfunder will help us make sure the meeting is completely free, even a small donation will help us reach our modest target.
All the people organising and volunteering and all those participating are doing so free of charge, So every pound you give will go to the costs of hosting this meeting alone.

Thank you in advance for anything you can spare to support this meeting, we hope you will join us on the 28th September.





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