The great EU Referendum debate: Are you holding an event?

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GYM Chamber 1803 - Credit: Archant

As Britain decides whether to remain or leave the European Union on June 23 events are being held across the region.

Please email if you would like your event to be listed below.


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DATE: Monday, April 25

TIME: 7pm

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ADDRESS: Ocean Rooms in Gorleston

FORMAT: A talk which includes former UKIP/independent MEP Godfrey Bloom, Conservative MEP David Campbell-Bannerman and French politician Laure Ferrari speaking and also answering questions from the audience.

Entry to the event is free, however to get tickets you need to register at:


DATE: Wednesday, May 4

TIME: 7pm

ADDRESS: Aylsham Parish Church

FORMAT OF EVENT: University of East Anglia Professor Hussein Kassim who is an expert in the EU will do a presentation. He is bringing with him Professor Catherine Barnard from Cambridge who is an expert in EU Law.

The event will take the form of a presentation and then Q&A.


DATE: Friday, June 10

TIME: 2.30pm - 5pm

ADDRESS: Norwich City Football Club

FORMAT OF EVENT: What is the business case for staying in or leaving the EU? Norfolk Chamber is holding an EU debate for businesses to put their questions to both sides, on issues which directly affect their business. The format of the debate is to hear from national speakers on issues which affect business. The neutral position will come from Open Europe, and the positioning from both the Remain and Leave campaigners. There will be roundtable discussions to discuss and highlight key issues with other Norfolk business leaders before putting questions forward to be answered by the panel in an extensive Q&A session.

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