Bath for Europe

Why Brexit?

Welcome

STAYING SAFE AND CONNECTED

We are all adjusting to life in lockdown. We’re thinking of our supporters and their families, our brave and dedicated NHS staff and care workers, teachers, emergency services, supermarket staff and all other key workers. Stay safe.

We are exploring ways to use technology to stay connected, for example by delivering events on-line. We will keep you updated.

More love for the EU. Photo © Clive Dellard.

ONLINE EUROPEAN CITIZENS’ FAIR – CONTENT COMING SOON

The live event originally scheduled for Saturday 28th March has been postponed. Instead we will deliver content from the beginning of April. Keep updated here.

 OUR ANTI-BREXIT BANK NOTES IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM!

Bath for Europe’s fake bank notes have been added to the British Museum collection as examples of the material culture of politics of the last five years. They were designed by the very creative Dick Daniel, one of our founding members. Read more in The Guardian and Financial Times. Images of the notes can be downloaded from our Resources page.

 STICK WITH US

Together we have forged a strong and committed grassroots organisation.

Bath for Europe is a non-party-aligned community group affiliated with Britain for Europe and 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.  We are one of the most active local UK campaign organisations.

 


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.