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I just wanted to remind everyone that our first campaigning surgery with Rosemary from our local campaigns team is tomorrow at 12-1pm.
The question we'll be discussing in this first of three special campaigning sessions is:
"Why campaign? How campaigning can make a difference"
So if you have ever wondered what you can do to help change the issues that matter to you, now is your chance to ask Rosemary and join the discussion with others who feel the same.
Campaigning at a local level is a really important way to effect change and we're really looking forward to giving you the knowledge and tools to make a difference where you live.
The chat will be taking place in our chat room, and we hope to see as many of you as possible there.
I am looking forward to the campaigns surgery tomorrow for what I hope will be a really good discussion on why it is more important than ever to get involved in campaigning to help bring about the changes you want to see happen.
Tomorrow I will be talking about some of the campaigns which have impressed me over the years which have led to a possitive change for those affected by a particular issue.
It would be really good if those of you who are taking part tomorrow can have a think about the campaigns which have impressed you or that you have supported over the years.
Best wishes and I look forward to chatting to you all tomorrow.
Would love to join in...but can't find the chat room since the site changed :(
Glad you found us in the end Mini!
Thanks...I only found it throught the link on the original post...I still don't know how to find the chat room normally!
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