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North Wales Coach to the Unite for Europe March - London 25th March
Sat 25 March 2017, 06:00 – 23:00 GMT
Wales for Europe is taking a coach down to the Unite for Europe March on the 25th March.
We have 5 tickets left!!
Pay on the Day
Picking up at:
Cowlyn Bay at 6am out side the train station
St Asaph next to the Plough pub 6.15am
Ewloe, next to St Davids Park 6.40am
About the march:
• What's the message?
We want to remain in the European Union!
This is slightly different to Wales for Europes message but we want to show solidarity and support for other groups.
We value the peace, friendships, relationships, rights, business & academic collaborations, economic prosperity and outward-looking attitude that European Union membership delivers; it's best for the UK.
• What can we achieve?
We can embolden our elected representatives. The vast majority of our MPs support our membership of the European Union, but they need to know that we still do too - and just how many votes there are in adopting a pro-EU position. There is a long, unpredictable, road ahead that Parliament will have some (hopefully much!) control over; with our vocal support, they can stop Brexit.
We can change minds. As the damage of Brexit reveals itself over the coming months, we can help sway public opinion with our demonstration of support for the European Union and all its benefits.
We can send a message of goodwill to our European friends and neighbours.
• Why 25th March 2017?
Unite for Europe is timed to coincide with the UK Government’s stated intention to trigger Article 50 by the end of March 2017. We anticipate that due legal and Parliamentary process will prevent this happening significantly sooner.
March 25th 2017 is the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Rome, which established the European Economic Community.
Everybody who wants to must be able to attend this march. March 25th allows expats and those in more far-flung regions of the UK time to arrange their transport to London. Additionally, if Unite for Europe were held sooner, the wintery weather of January and February would pose a risk to the success of the march.
• What's the route?
We will be marching to Parliament. The exact route will be finalised when we have an indication of the number of marchers attending. The start location will be advertised here, on the Unite for Europe website and Twitter account, and in the national press.
• What should I bring?
Colourful flags or banners! The more positive the better – let’s show our EU love!
Layers of clothing, including waterproofs. Wear blue and yellow! Snacks and (non-alcoholic) drinks.
About the coach:
The coach will arrive in London as the march is assembling, and will drop close to the start. It will collect us from near to the end point as the event finishes. We'll make sure you know where to meet us on the day. There will be a short break at a service station in both directions, and the coach does have a loo. You can leave items on the coach whilst marching and rallying - at your own risk. If you have accessibility needs or a good reason to need a front row seat, please get in touch so we can try to help you out.
There will be three pick up points which will be determined by the location of the people who sign up. At the moment we are thinking of pick ups at Llandudno, St Asaph and Ewloe TBC