Change of venue for referendum debate

Pictured are Michael Clarke, NIAPA Chairman and William Taylor, FFA co-ordinator in anticipation of the Brexit MEP meeting at Dunsilly Hotel, Antrim on Friday 10th June at 2pm.
Pictured are Michael Clarke, NIAPA Chairman and William Taylor, FFA co-ordinator in anticipation of the Brexit MEP meeting at Dunsilly Hotel, Antrim on Friday 10th June at 2pm.

The EU referendum debate being organised by local farming groups has a change of venue.

The event next week is being organised by the Northern Ireland Agricultural Producers Association (NIAPA) and Farmers For Action (FFA) and had originally been planned for Greenmount.

Those wishing to hear Northern Ireland’s MEP’s version of Brexit and in turn be able to ask them the questions concerning them most, please note a change of venue due to a late discovery by Greenmount staff that Government bodies must not facilitate referendum debates as well as election debates.

The new venue for the Brexit Meeting with the MEP’s is now the Dunsilly Hotel, Antrim on 10th June at 2pm.

The meeting itself will see a warm welcome from William Taylor, FFA UK NI co-ordinator and Michael Clarke, NIAPA Chairman. Both have pleasure in inviting all rural dwellers to come and hear from our politicians in Europe on this once in a lifetime referendum.