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Your chance to discuss Brexit

Sophie Clausen
Sophie Clausen

Stratford’s Brexit Café is set to return this weekend following a successful event last year aimed at bridging the divide between remainers and leavers.

The café, which will be held at the Townhouse between 11am-1pm tomorrow, is designed to give both sides the chance to engage in friendly debate about the issue.

Back in December Stratford MP Nadhim Zahawi attended the inaugural Brexit Café, explaining why he campaigned to leave the EU.

Saturday’s event will be open to everyone, with organisers hopeful the two sides may find some common ground on the issue.

Organisers, Sophie Clausen & Manuela Perteghella, said: “We would like the Brexit Café to contribute to healing the wounds which have been inflicted to the social cohesion of our beautiful town, during and after the EU Referendum. The Café aims to provide a calm and friendly environment in which this can be achieved. So, do pop in for a friendly chat over a free cup of tea or coffee.”

The event is being supported by Stratford4Europe which is a local, cross-party, grass-roots organisation campaigning for Britain to play a leading role within a strong and united European Union.

Free tea and coffee will be provided at the Brexit Café.

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