UKIP Leader Gerard Batten MEP to speak at Public Meeting in the Forest of Dean
February 22, 2019 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm£5
UKIP Forest of Dean are delighted to announce that Party Leader Gerard Batten MEP is to visit the Forest of Dean in February.
Gerard will meet local UKIP Councillors and visit several of the projects with which they are involved as part of the ruling coalition on the Forest of Dean District Council before speaking to a Public Meeting at Parkend near Lydney.
Gerard’s speech will be followed by a Question and Answer session, and so this will be a great
opportunity for members and their guests to ask him about the future direction of the party.
Seating is limited – so don’t delay and be disappointed! Secure your place by booking BELOW.You will be directed to Paypal secure payment page. If you have a Paypal account login as usual, if you don’t have a Paypal account click on PAY AS A GUEST. This will allow you to make a secure payment without a Paypal account:
Tickets are just £5 per person and will be used towards covering costs.
Lydney is easily reached by road and rail from all parts of the South West, South Wales and the Midlands.
Those travelling from Bristol, South Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Somerset and further afield in the South West will be able to benefit from the planned removal of road tolls on the Severn Bridge.
Access from South Wales is quick and easy via Chepstow.
Access from Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire and the Midlands is also easy either via Gloucester or via the Severn Bridge.
The nearest railway stations are Lydney, Chepstow and Gloucester.
There is ample free car parking at Parkend Working Men’s Club.