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Brexit: Racing and Rural Affairs

March 7, 2017 12:21 PM

If you have views to share or questions to ask, please come and join our panel discussion event in East Garston Village Hall, please come and join our discussion on:

Brexit: Racing and Rural Affairs

Tuesday 11th April

East Garston Village Hall,

Back Street, East Garston, RG17 7EX

Doors open - 19:00, Event begins - 19:30

All are welcome. This event is free.

Panellists include:

  • Lord Tim Clement Jones: Once a regular in East Garston, Tim is a racing enthusiast, President of Ambitious About Autism and Liberal Democrat spokesperson for the Digital Economy. What is the Jockey Club telling him about the effect of Brexit on the racing industry?
  • Ivan Massow: Master of Coakham Bloodhounds, former chairman of the Institute of Contemporary Arts and "pink pound" millionaire, what drove Ivan to defect from the Tories to the Liberal Democrats, last year? It is not what you might expect.
  • Liz Leffman: Parliamentary Candidate for the Liberal Democrats in last year's Witney by election, Liz gave the Tories a serious run for their money. As the owner of a business offering advice to businesses trading with other EU countries, what impact does she see Brexit having on jobs and businesses in rural England?

Chair: Judith Bunting

Liz Leffman, Ivan Massow, Tim Clement-Jones (Liberal Democrats)

When: 7pm for 7:30pm Tuesday 11th April.

Where: East Garston Village Hall, Front Street, East Garston, RG17 7EU.

Food: Light snacks and refreshments will be available.

Tickets: This event is free. All are welcome.

Car parking is available.