Events: How you can help the grassroots anti-Brexit campaigns
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Grassroots anti-Brexit campaigners are increasing the pressure on politicians ahead of Theresa May’s intended Brexit departure date. Here is a list of the events organised across the UK in the coming weeks.
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Thursday 21st March - Protest outside the Spring European Council Meeting
As the Spring European Council Meeting takes place campaigners will gather outside the Petite Rue de la Loi between Rond-Point Schuman and the Cinquantenaire Park in Brussels. Campaigning will take place between 12.30pm and 2pm. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 22nd March - A Night In Europe
Blacktooth productions will be celebrating 2,000 years of European culture, from Dante to Dada, Sappho to the Surrealists at the Welsh Church of Central London. Join them for an evening of readings (high and low-brow), by Daniel Dresner and Kate Walsh; music from Sally Davies and Martina Schwarz. You can buy your tickets online.
Saturday 23rd March - The Put It To The People March in London
The People’s Vote campaign have organised another big event in central London. It will take place at High Noon with a rally in Parliament Square around 3pm. For the latest information visit this web page on our website.
Saturday 23rd March - Flowers Against Brexit at the Eurovercity Festival
If you can’t be in London for the march but you’re in Germany here’s an ideal way to protest in solidarity. Campaigners are going to arrange every donated flower in Berlin Mauerpark to create a visual protest.
Saturday 30th March - Irish Border Protest
The Border Communities Against Brexit campaign is to protest against Brexit the day after the scheduled departure date. Several locations have been announced for the border demonstrations - including at border crossing points in Co Down, Co Fermanagh, Co Tyrone and in Londonderry.
Saturday 30th March - Pro-EU unity art stunt in Brighton
Duncan McKellar is to create an SOS message to the rest of Europe from Brighton as part of a new piece of artwork. Duncan recently did something similar at the US/Mexico border. This particular piece of art aims to show the strength of feeling in the community against Brexit. Meet at 12pm at the White Cliffs Cafe in Saltdean. For more information visit this Eventbrite listing.
• 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 email@example.com