Welcome

Together we have forged a strong and committed grassroots campaigning organisation, one of the most prominent in the UK. Bath for Europe is a non-party-aligned community group affiliated with the European Movement. We believe that Brexit is a profound national mistake, and campaign for the UK to retain strong ties with the European Union, with the aim of rejoining in the future. Help us call out this disastrous Government on its many failings, and stand with us to call for improved international cooperation.

We are active on Twitter and Facebook and have a programme of events including talks (normally on Zoom) and monthly meetings (in a local park in good weather otherwise on Zoom). All are welcome to attend. Upcoming events include:

Wednesday 27th July, 6pm. Anna Bird, Chief Executive of the European Movement will talk about their step by step strategy to rejoin the European Union.

EVENT CANCELLED.

Unfortunately, Anna Bird has tested positive for Covid-19 and will not be able to attend the meeting on Wednesday evening. We will reschedule the event for a later date and let you know as soon as we can. Apologies for the inconvenience.

In recent months we have also supported a variety of local campaigns. We have joined protests in solidarity with the people of Ukraine, demonstrations against new UK laws that erode democracy and limit the right to protest, and, led by local charity Bath Welcomes Refugees, protests against new laws that are hostile to refugees.


The Spirit of
Bath for Europe

This short film captures the positive spirit of Bath for Europe, one of the UK’s most active local groups campaigning for Britain to remain in the European Union. It is part of Britain for Europe. The 100% volunteer group in the vibrant heritage city of Bath has 1,000 supporters. It holds regular events and does lots of outreach to keep the cause in public awareness. One of its members created The Original Bath Beret which has become a symbol of the UK Remain movement. This film was made by Bath for Europe supporter Simon Campbell-Jones.