Wednesday, 19 November 2008

My visit to Bury St. Edmund's this Sat. [Media release]

 
Prospective Green Party MEP for the Eastern Region, Councillor Rupert Read, will be speaking at the Green Fair to be held at The Corn Exchange in Bury St Edmunds on Saturday 22 November 2008. 
 
Cllr. Read, who attends Green Fairs regularly in the county, said
 
"These fairs certainly have something for everyone, from all age groups and backgrounds.  There are a wide range of stalls ranging from energy saving devices to educational stalls from councils.  At the Green Fair in Eye on 8 November, power saving devices were given away, as well as free reusable bags. There are art and craft stalls too and plenty of creative activities for children, both fun and educational. This is the green lifestyle in action: affordable, enjoyable, accessible to all." 
 
There will be live Folk and Jazz music at the event, with refreshments and meals available. 
 
The event is being arranged by Friends of the Earth in conjunction with the West Suffolk Green Party, and Rupert Read will be speaking about his hopes and aspirations for the people of the Eastern Region if elected to represent them in the European Parliament at the elections to be held on 4 June 2009.
 
Doors at The Corn Exchange open at 10 am and the event will conclude at 4 pm.  Admission to the event is by donation, whatever people can afford.

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Prospective Green Party MEP for the Eastern Region, Councillor Rupert Read, will be speaking at the Green Fair to be held at The Corn Exchange in Bury St Edmunds on Saturday 22 November 2008. 
 
Cllr. Read, who attends Green Fairs regularly in the county, said
 
"These fairs certainly have something for everyone, from all age groups and backgrounds.  There are a wide range of stalls ranging from energy saving devices to educational stalls from councils.  At the Green Fair in Eye on 8 November, power saving devices were given away, as well as free reusable bags. There are art and craft stalls too and plenty of creative activities for children, both fun and educational. This is the green lifestyle in action: affordable, enjoyable, accessible to all." 
 
There will be live Folk and Jazz music at the event, with refreshments and meals available. 
 
The event is being arranged by Friends of the Earth in conjunction with the West Suffolk Green Party, and Rupert Read will be speaking about his hopes and aspirations for the people of the Eastern Region if elected to represent them in the European Parliament at the elections to be held on 4 June 2009.
 
Doors at The Corn Exchange open at 10 am and the event will conclude at 4 pm.  Admission to the event is by donation, whatever people can afford.
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