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Plymouth Policy Discussion and EU Briefing Event

location for Plymouth Labour Hall


May 16, 2016 at 7pm - 9pm


Plymouth Labour Hall
Lockyer Hall
Alfred Street
Plymouth PL1 2RP
United Kingdom
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Thank you to everyone who worked so hard during the recent local election campaigns which saw us, amongst many achievements, gain  a Labour Mayor in Bristol, hold Exeter Council by a huge majority and stop the Tories from gaining control of Plymouth City Council .

Now we must look forward across the Region to how we can build on this success.

As part of this, we are delighted to announce that we will be holding a Policy Discussion and EU Referendum briefing in Plymouth, next Monday (16th) at the Plymouth Labour Offices.

The evening will include the chance to talk about policy and develop ideas which will be fed into the NPF, with NPF reps present on the evening. That will then be followed, by a briefing on the EU Referendum campaign with Clare Moody.

Spaces are limited, so please use this link to sign up, or email contact@laboursouthwest.org.uk.

Thank you, we look forward to seeing you there.

Labour South West · · 0117 9729440
Sarah Staples Nina Elliott Terry Deans Jonny Morris Janet Wise Brian Mathieson Kevin Neil Peter Howe Alex Beverley David Brockington Elinor Scott Edward Griffin

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