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Join us this Saturday to help develop a local "Post-Brexit" strategy - make your voice heard!

July 14, 2016 10:36 PM
By Alison Rouse
Originally published by East Midlands Liberal Democrats

Nottingham City Liberal Democrats invite you to ...


"THE BIG MOAN"


The Belgrave Rooms
Saturday 16 July 1.00pm - 4.00pm



We all have things to say about the referendum but it is also important that we move on, identify the issues and consider what we can do about them.

This session will give everyone the opportunity to reflect on and to hear each others' thoughts since the result was announced and to work together on deciding next steps.

Our objectives:

* To discuss the issues arising from the Referendum result.

* To hear about the Liberal Democrat position and likely scenarios.

* To consider what we can all do locally to improve the situation.

* To have an opportunity to meet with other new and existing members.

This meeting is for all members and any friends or family that a member wishes to register to come along.
Just book your FREE tickets by clicking HERE.

Please note: if you are a new member and don't have your membership number yet, don't worry! Just email events@nottinghamlibdems.org.uk

Where:

The Belgrave Rooms: 25 Goldsmith St, Nottingham NG1 5LB.

Travel Arrangements:

TRAM: The Belgrave Rooms is situated right near the Royal Centre tram stop in the city centre.

BUS: Most of the main bus routes operate loops that stop near here too! Lime Green Line: 56, 57, 59. Calverton Connection. Orange Line: 35, 36. Red Arrow. Navy line: 4. Rainbow 1.

CAR: There are limited parking spaces available that may be accessed from the car park entrance on Chaucer Street.

PLEASE NOTE: WHEN LEAVING THE VENUE MAKE SURE TO OBEY TRAFFIC SIGNS YOU CAN EITHER TURN LEFT AND THEN LEFT AGAIN UP CHAUCER STREET OR TURN RIGHT TOWARDS THE CITY CENTRE. THERE IS STRICT TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT IN PLACE DUE TO THE TRAM LINES.