Come and meet the Young European of the Year in Sevenoaks this Saturday evening!

Young European of the Year 2018 is British – and she’s heading for Sevenoaks this weekend

On Saturday 21st April Sevenoaks hosts a big event in the debate on Brexit. Top of the bill is Professor AC Grayling who campaigns on the democratic challenges in the UK government’s approach. He speaks on the next steps in the fight against Brexit.

Supporting Anthony will be Madeleina Kay, designer, singer and campaigner winner of the title of Young European of 2018. She satirises contradictions in the governments attempts to implement Brexit, and calls for young people to be given a real voice in their future. Last month she visited County Hall in Maidstone. We will hear some of her music on Saturday.

Kent experts will also be on the programme:
– Hugh Mercer from Sevenoaks on legal impacts for both UK and EU citizens
– Dr Carlo Berti, BMA consultant, on implications for healthcare and the NHS
– Dick Dunsmore on trade and transport in Kent

Anthony Grayling and Madeleina Kay are pictured above at the People’s Vote rally.

Professor Graying predicts young people will keep us in Europe;

Madeleina Kay talks about her campaigning at

You can be sure that young people like Madeleina are not ‘Leaving’ anytime soon!

Saturday 21st April 18.15, New Beacon School, Brittains Lane, Sevenoaks TN13 2PB

Details – and link to book tickets – at

Organised by Sevenoaks & Swanley Together In Europe, a local all party and non-party group committed to the UK’s links with European countries and the EU.

About Alan Bullion

Alan Bullion is Lib Dem Parliamentary Spokesman for Sevenoaks and Swanley
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