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UKIP Rochdale's Britannia Dining Club

12 May 2013

Sunday 12 May 2013

Newtown Social Club
Nixon Street
OL11 3JN


An open forum for members and those interested in supporting the work of, or finding more out about; the UK Independence Party and their local activities. Price includes a finger buffet.

Guest Speakers at our first meeting include: Bill Etheridge (Midlands UKIP candidate for the Police and Crime Commissioner recent election, Liam Porter the Universities Officer for UKIP's Young Independence Group, Dr Barry Harding-Rathbone UKIP's Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Heywood and Middleton Constituency, and Warren Mitchell, the Branch Chairman and local council candidate for next year.

As well as the talks from our guest speakers, there will be a Question & Answer Session for anyone wanting to find out more about the reality behind the media hype about UKIP. Come along and meet our 'loons and clowns' and find out just how normal and focused on making our town and country a better place to live!

Entry fee: Entry Fee: £7.00 - £9.00

Contact: Dr Barry Harding-Rathbone
07906 795 712

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