Events: How you can help the grassroots anti-Brexit campaigns

PUBLISHED: 21:55 24 January 2019 | UPDATED: 13:50 25 January 2019

An anti-Brexit protest outside the Houses of Parliament. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA.

An anti-Brexit protest outside the Houses of Parliament. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA.

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Grassroots anti-Brexit campaigners are increasing the pressure on politicians ahead of the meaningful vote. Here is a list of the events organised across the UK in the coming weeks.

Email your events for publication by contacting jonathon.read@archant.co.uk

Friday 25th January - Andrew Adonis in Hull

Lord Adonis will speak in Beverley, Hull at 6.15pm. The event takes place at the Armstrongs Social Club. For more information visit this Eventbrite listing.

Saturday 26th January - People’s Vote Campaigning

There will be street stalls, leafleting and Brexitometers at various locations across the UK on Saturday including:

• Ledbury from 9am at Market House

• Devizes at The Shambles from 9.30am

• Lewes from 9.30am at Cliffe Bridge Lewes

• St Albans from 9.30am at the market stall

• Woodley from 10am outside Costa Coffee

• Edinburgh from 10am at Augstine United Church

• Sevenoaks from 10am

• Wimbledon opposite Gail’s in Wimbledon Village at 10am

• Dicot at the HSBC on Broadway from 10am

• Sheringham, Norfolk from 10am outside the station

• Royston outside the Jolly Postle Pub at 10am

• Warrington at Skittles in the town centre from 10am

• Bircester outside Costa Coffee on Sheep Street from 10am

• Beaconsfield near Waitrose from 10am

• Swindon opposite the King’s from 10am

• Nailsea opposite the Waitrose from 10am

• Redditch outside St Stephens Church from 10am

• Banbury near the town hall from 10am

• Saffron Walden at the market from 10am

• Walsall from 10.15am near the entrance to Saddlers Centre

• Bakewell and Matlock between 10.30am and 1pm

• Oswestry from 10.30am at The Cross

• Helston outside Hellys Tearoom from 10.30am

• Plympton leafleting starting at Lord Louis pub from 10.30am

• Cornmarket, Oxford from 10.30am

• Tewkesbury from 10.30am

• Bury St Edmunds outside the Nutshell pub from 10.30am

• Yeovil from 10.30am in Middle Street

• East Molesey from 10.30am on Molesey High Street

• Ottery St Mary from 10.30am outside Sainsbury’s Car Park in Hind Street

• Blandford at the town pump from 10.30am

• Tiverston from 10.30am at the clock tower

• Coventry at the Upper Precinct from 10.30am

• Thornburry on the High Street from 10.30am

• Teddington on the High Street from 10.30am

• Cirencester from 11.00am in the Market Place

• Ludlow from 11.00am Upper Galdeford, outside Budgens

• Penge from 11.00am at Empire Square

• Stratford upon Avon from 11.00am outside the Post Office

• Wellington at The Square from 11am

• Tunbridge Wells at the Pret a Manger from 11am

• Shrewsbury from 11am at the Mardol Head

• Wakefield from 11am outside the Cathedral

• Finsbury Park Station from 11am

• Liverpool Lime Street Station from 11am

• Acton outside Morrisons from 11am

• Streatham in London outside the Odeon at 11am

• Gloucester on Eastgate Street from 11am

• Nottingham at the Left Lion on Market Square from 11am

• Aylesbury from 11am

• Wrexham on Queen Street/Hope Street Junction from 11am

• South Bank in London near Gabriel’s Wharf from 11am

• St Neots from 11am at Market Square

• Hampstead outside Marks and Spencer from 11am

• Stowmarket outside Barclays Bank from 11am

• Newcastle at Grey’s Monument from 11am

• Milton Keynes at the shopping centre from 11am

• Woolwich outside the Woolwich Arsenal DLR from 11.30am

• Cheltenham on the high street (Regent Arcade entrance) from 11.30am

• Maidenhead in Coffee Republic from 11.30am

• Swindon near the Brunel Centre from 11.30am

• Brighton on Europe Corner from 11.30am

• Bath City Centre from 12pm in the city centre

• Cambridge outside the Grafton Centre from 12pm

• Wells High Street from 12pm

• Frome High Street from 12pm

• Bristol from 12.30pm opposite Sainsburys at Clifton Down

• Wokingham outside Boots from 1pm

• Buxton outside Argos from 1pm

• Dalston at Kingsland Station from 1pm

• Hillsborough outside Wilko from 1pm

• Manchester at the Library from 1.30pm

• Borehamwood on Shenley Road from 1.30pm

• Leamington Spa outside the Town Hall at 1.30pm

• Thame outside the Town Hall at 2pm

• Godamlming at the Crown Court from 2pm

• Slough on the High Street from 2pm

• Farnham on West Street from 2pm

• Wallingford at the Town Hall from 2pm

• Newhaven fron 2pm at Londis

• Plymouth at Elphinstone Car Park from 3pm

Wednesday 30th January - Bradford for Europe Launch

A launch of Bradford for Europe at the Pullman room at the Midland Hotel, Bradford from 7.30pm.

• Sodem London and No10Vigil also hold protests and vigils against Brexit in the capital on a weekly basis - find out more at sodemaction.co.uk and on the No10Vigil Facebook page.

• All events listed are subject to change. This page will be updated regularly with new information.

• If you are planning to hold an anti-Brexit event let The New European know about it by emailing jonathon.read@archant.co.uk

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Grassroots anti-Brexit campaigners are increasing the pressure on politicians ahead of the meaningful vote. Here is a list of the events organised across the UK in the coming weeks.

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