referendum hustings event to be held in Highbridge this Thursday
election hustings event is to be held in Highbridge this Thursday
(June 9th) when MP James Heappey will lead a debate on the EU
you've made your mind up or are still completely undecided, local
residents are being encouraged to join the debate at Highbridge
Community Hall at 7.30pm on Thursday 9th June.
decent information to help you make up your mind is challenging.
Like so many of you, I am despairing at the silliness of the debate,"
said James Heappey, who is yet to say whether he will be voting
'in' or 'out'.
scare stories from both sides are seen through by most and only
the Westminster bubble seems to be invigorated by the campaigns."
also think the Government was wrong to send out their leaflet
only telling one side of the story."
Brits are a suspicious bunch and Ive met many people who,
after reading it, couldnt help wonder what they werent
tickets are necessary for Thursday's debate - just turn up on
the night and seating will be on a first come, first served basis.
Doors open at 7pm.
debate will last for 90 minutes. After some short opening speeches,
there will be an open section of the debate with pre-submitted
questions followed by open questions from the floor in the style
of BBC One's Question Time.
you'd like to ask one of those opening questions, Burnham-On-Sea.com
readers can email their question to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you're selected to ask your question, we'll let you know in
advance and a seats will be reserved for you.
you just want to chip in during the debate, Mr Heappey will be
inviting questions and points from the floor once the opening
question on each section has been answered.
to remain will be Ben Bradshaw, who has been MP for Exeter since
1997. The speaker for Vote Leave is still to be confirmed.
Heappey is also holding two further hustings events at Wells Cathedral
at 7.30pm on Friday 10th June, and Kings of Wessex School in Cheddar
at 7.30pm on Thursday 16th June.