Conservative MEP Vicky Ford to meet with younger constituents in Saffron Walden

13:30 01 March 2014

Vicky Ford MEP

Vicky Ford MEP

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Young people in Saffron Walden are being encouraged to attend a meeting with the region’s Conservative MEP on Friday, March 7.

Vicky Ford will meet with an audience of under 30s at the Saffron Walden Conservative Future organised event. Young people in the town are invited to turn up and ask any questions they may have on issues relating to the European Union.

SWCF chairman Sam Goddard said: “This is really a great opportunity to meet our region’s top MEP and enjoy what we are hoping will be a lively and engaging debate in a friendly atmosphere.

“We all know that what happens in Europe has a big impact on this country, and our generation have lots of strong ideas about the way we should be heading. I want people to come along and get their ideas heard.”

The event, at The Saffron Hotel, on High Street, is free to attend and starts at 7.30pm with reception drinks and canapés.

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