Bath for Europe

Join the resistance!

Welcome

MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD!

Events are moving very fast right now. Brexit is proving to be a mass of irreconcilable contradictions.

Bath for Europe has had an amazing year. Our 100% volunteer grassroots organisation has almost 1,000 supporters. We have mobilised hundreds of people on our marches and rallies in Bath, London, Manchester and Bristol, handed out thousands of newsletters and leaflets, engaged in many conversations, written letters to the Bath Chronicle and hosted top-class speaker events. We are working hard to keep the case for stopping Brexit in the public eye.

Thank you for your hard work and commitment in 2017. We have bigger challenges ahead in 2018, but with each day of chaos that passes, it becomes clearer that if we continue to campaign, we can stop Brexit. We look forward to your continued active support in the New Year. We still need many more active campaigners at all levels in Bath for Europe, so if you can, make it your New Year’s resolution to become involved!

Bath for Europe’s Christmas card designed by a young Bath artist.

We have exciting events ahead in January and February. See our Upcoming Events pages for more information and to book your tickets. Check our Facebook pages for dates of our meetings and come along. Now is NOT the time to sit on the side lines. Stand up with us and make history! Please join us now!

From all of us at Bath for Europe, warmest wishes for Christmas and for 2018!

Photo © Clive Dellard.


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.