Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Walthamstow Labour Party: Free seaside trip - Charabanc to Brighton!

It seems the summer weather is not over quite yet, and we can help Walthamstow Labour Party members and supporters take advantage of it with an offer of a free day trip to Brighton on Sunday September 22nd!

This offer comes courtesy of Movement for Change (M4C) who would like to invite you to their event at the Labour Party Conference Fringe. The event itself starts at 1.30pm and has a number of high profile speakers, who will cover some of the many M4C campaign initiatives underway across the country: our very own Stella Creasy MP will talk about the Sharkstoppers campaign, and there'll be Alan Johnson MP, Rachel Reeves MP and several more. Many people will already be familiar with some of Stella's work, but this is a great opportunity to find out more about community campaigning with Labour members and supporters nationwide as well.

The event will finish around 3pm, and there will be a couple of hours to take in more of the Conference and fringe, to stroll along the prom, lose graciously to the piers' one armed bandits, or play on the beach, before returning to E17.

The 'Charabanc' (depending on numbers anything from a minibus upwards in size) will leave from 23 Orford Road at 10am returning by 7pm (precise times subject to confirmation) and all you have to do is confirm you'd like to come, to our M4C organiser Jack Madden - see below. It's expected the party will get to Brighton in plenty of time for lunch in cafes nearby, but you'd be very welcome to bring a packed lunch.

For more details have a look at these links:

To confirm a place on the bus:
Call/text Jack: 07805 825809

PS: The Movement for Change Main Fringe Event is outside the conference zone itself, so you DO NOT need to purchase a full security pass in order to attend. And in case you've made other arrangements to get to Brighton and would like to go to the event it's at:
Brighton Odeon, Kingswest, West Street, Brighton BN1 2RE

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