Climate Crisis Election? Come and quiz your prospective MPs
HUSTINGS Tuesday 10th December
7.30pm Belhaven Church Hall
Belhaven Rd, Dunbar EH42 1NH – Doors open from 7pm
Organised jointly by:
DUNBAR CHURCHES TOGETHER and SUSTAINING DUNBAR
FREE EVENT – ALL WELCOME
Come and hear the candidates standing to become the new MP for East Lothian in the General Election on 12th December 2019.
Candidates whose attendance is confirmed:
Craig Hoy (Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party)
Kenny MacAskill (Scottish National Party – SNP)
Robert O’Riordan (Scottish Liberal Democat)
Martin Whitfield (Scottish Labour)
Independent Chair: Tim Greene (Trustee of Sustaining Dunbar)
Questions (to be put to all candidates) can be submitted up to 7.30pm on the night or in advance by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org (This is also the address for queries).
This event is organised by Dunbar Churches Together and Sustaining Dunbar on a cross-party basis to enable electors to hear from the various candidates standing in the General Election. The names shown have confirmed their attendance; one other candidate has also been invited.
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