With the next Prime Minister set to be a no-dealer, it is vital that we keep up the resistance and show our country, our politicians and our European friends that the UK wants to end this damaging fiasco and stay in the EU. The fact that 160,000 members of the Conservative Party will choose the … More March for Change in London, Saturday 20th July, 08:15 – 20:15
Join People’s Vote on Saturday 29th June as celebrities, political leaders, and hundreds of friendly faces come together in Cheltenham. Prepare to be moved and inspired as we celebrate our region, tell the truth about the impact of Brexit, and deliver a message loud and clear to the likes of Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage … More People’s Vote South West Region Rally, Saturday 29 June, 12:00-13:00 (doors open 11:00), Cheltenham Town Hall
Bath for Europe’s generous supporter, local music impresario Nod Knowles, has something very special on offer for us at Widcombe Social Club! Six fascinating musical friends and individualists, this Going Dutch collaborative project brings Scots saxophonist/piper Fraser Fifield together with Dutch viola maestro Oene van Geel and their chosen instrumentalists. It’s a meeting of minds and … More LoLanders Dutch-Scottish Jazz Concert, Monday 24th June, 7:30 pm, Widcombe Social Club, Bath
Bath for Europe delivered on its promise to bring joyful noise to our city with its monthly rally and march on Sunday 2nd June. Music unites people and does not recognise national borders, as the throng of supporters heard and experienced for themselves as they sang, marched and even danced their way through the city … More Music Must Remain! A celebration of music without borders
The overwhelming majority of musicians are self-employed independents. For them – but also, to a great extent, for the small minority of musicians who are salaried employees (such as in the major UK orchestras) the effects of a Brexit – hard or even soft – would create a negative impact in most areas of their … More Musicians and the Music Industry – what would be the effects of Brexit?
As with all Bath for Europe blogs, this text reflects the personal views of one of our supporters. This coming Thursday, May 23rd, we are voting in one of the most complicated elections that British voters have ever tackled. Many will not bother to vote, which is sad. We are electing the next five years’ … More Vote for Europe!