Bath for Europe is once again supporting a demonstration organised by Bath Welcomes Refugees for the Together with Refugees campaign against the Nationality and Borders Bill. The tragedy of recent drownings in the Channel emphasises how desperate people are to risk such dangerous journeys. Join us at the next ‘Show Your Heart’ action to send a loud and … More Together with Refugees Action. Thursday, 9th December 2021, 17:00 Christmas Tree in front of Bath Abbey
Join us on Sunday, for the final Euro-café of 2021. Let’s take the opportunity to get together for a virtual drink with some festive fun and games thrown in. Register here.
Bath for Europe is delighted to announce that Chris Grey will be joining us on Zoom to talk about his book Brexit Unfolded (published by Biteback Publishers, June 2021). It covers the tumultuous years from the referendum in 2016 through seemingly endless parliamentary drama and negotiation with the EU until the Trade and Cooperation Agreement … More Online event with Professor Chris Grey, author of ‘Brexit Unfolded. How no one got what they wanted (and they were never going to)’. Tuesday 11th January, 2022, 19:00 to 20:15.
Bath for Europe activist Jane Riekemann featured in an article in the Metro newspaper on a report that Brexit will have a bigger long term impact on Britain’s economy than Covid-19. This is the conclusion of the Office for Budget Responsibility, the official body that examines and reports on the sustainability of public finances. The … More “Brexit ‘twice as bad’ for Britain’s economy as Covid”
At our next online Euro Café we will hear from local Councillor and Bath for Europe activist Ruth Malloy, about the Great Spa Towns of Europe initiative, of which Bath is recognised as one out of 11 World Heritage Spa Towns across Europe, followed by general discussion about the current state of affairs. We hope to see you … More The November Euro Café – Great Spa Towns of Europe, Sunday 7th November, 15.00-16.00
Members of Bath Welcomes Refugees and Bath for Europe gathered outside the Abbey on Wednesday 20th October to extend a warm welcome to those who have had to flee from their own countries and plan to make a new home here. Displaying orange hearts, the peaceful rally of about 50 was part of a week … More Bath & North East Somerset Shows its Heart for Refugees