Regional Policy Event - Ipswich
May 28, 2016 at 2pm - 4pm
Lecture Hall, Ipswich County Library, Northgate St, Ipswich IP1 3DE (access off Old Foundry Road)
With not long to go until the important European Referendum, there's plenty of campaigning activity to get involved with locally. Check back here
regularly to find out about Labour In for Britain campaign events in your area to make the Labour case to keep Britain in the European Union ahead of the referendum on 23 June.
Whilst fighting to keep Britain in the EU is our key priority, another top priority for Labour Party members is having your say as we develop our policies for 2020.
That's why we're holding a series of policy forum events across the region in May, to enable Party members to take part in the process. One of these events will be:
- Ipswich: Saturday 28 May, 2pm, Ipswich Library. We will be joined by Cambridge Labour MP, Daniel Zeichner. Register below.
All of the events will be preceded by or followed by Labour In for Britain campaign events, details of which will be confirmed nearer the time.
I hope you will get involved in ensuring Britain remains in the EU and shaping Labour Party policy for the future.
Please note: entrance to the Lecture Hall is on Old Foundry Road, to the side of the library. People arriving by car should be advised that the Borough Council car parks are cheaper than the NCP car parks. Crown Car Park or William Street (by Crown Pools) are probably the best options. Web page for IBC car parks is:https://www.ipswich.gov.uk/content/car-park-locations-and-tariffs
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