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Tea & Politics Sessions with Julia Aglionby Carlisle Lib Dem

November 12, 2019 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Originally published by Carlisle Lib Dems
38 Lowther Street, Carlisle

Julia Aglionby is changing politics in Carlisle. For the first time in a decade, the Lib Dems have a visible City Centre presence. All are welcome to the tea and politics sessions with Julia.

The first Tea and Politics session on Monday 4th November at the Lib Dem Hub in Lowther Street was a great success.

Julia Aglionby, Carlisle's LibDem Candidate, welcomed a full house to discuss improving investment in Jobs and Apprenticeship in Carlisle. Her election campaign includes a further four sessions.

Dates for your diary

Tuesday 12th November: Improving Public Transport

Monday 18th November: Addressing the Mental Health Crisis

Tuesday 26th November: School Meals for All: Link between Well-being and Learning

Monday 2nd December: Climate Emergency and Flooding

Politics is changing

Julia is changing the way politics is happening in Carlisle through fostering conversation at her City Centre Campaign Hub rather than resorting to three-word soundbites. You are invited to join her.

Here's some feedback from the first session

"I write now about my reactions to Julia's talk. The talk was gratifying. Julia is a force. I will certainly want to support her."

Julia Aglionby Lib Dem - Tea and Politics session Carlisle (Julia Aglionby)

Change is coming

This election will change our Country. Don't just let change happen around you, take part. If you want to know about Julia, come to the one or all of the planned sessions on Tea & Politics and ask. If you have issues you'd like to share, she'll listen. Your vote is important. Make it count; let Julia tell you why she needs your vote.

You are invited

Tea and Politics. The future sessions which will all be at 38 Lowther Street, Carlisle, from 1730-1900.

Stop Brexit

The Liberal Democrats are committed to stopping Brexit damaging Carlisle's Economy, Environment and Communities. 40% of Carlisle voted to Remain in the EU, and to date, they have had no local voice. Now the LibDems have a candidate who lives in the constituency. Julia Aglionby's message is 'Let's Keep Carlisle Thriving for Our Kids' Future'.

All are welcome.