Fancy a day out in Parliament? by Roseanna Levermore

This event is solely for young people and hopes to be a really exciting opportunity. So if you are between the ages of 16-23, and consider yourself a Methodist, United Reformed Church or Baptist Church member (or know someone who is and can tell them about it) then please read on!
 
The aim of the day is to explore faith, politics and participation in social justice. We will have tours around the Houses of Parliament, a panel discussion with MPs and Lords, before ending the day at Methodist Central Hall for a reflection and discussion session in small groups.
 
For the practicalities of the event, it starts at either 8:30am or 9:45am (depending on which tour group you are placed into) and ends at 3:45pm. It is a free event but a packed lunch or money to purchase some food from the Methodist Central Hall cafĂ© is required. We have 24 spaces available, so we believe that the fairest way is to ask everyone who felt that they would like to attend to fill in a form explaining their interest. This will also help us to create a day that will suit you most effectively. If you’re interested in attending then please fill out the form here and respond by the 22nd of May, we will then let you know by the beginning of June if you have secured a place.
If you need a letter of permission to have the day off school, and have been offered a place, then we can send you a copy by email or post at a later date.

For more information, please see attached the plan for the day, or contact Roseanna Levermore on politicalaffairs@methodistchurch.org.uk

We hope you are as excited as we are by this amazing opportunity, so please apply as we would love to see as many young people as possible joining us in Parliament.

http://www.jointpublicissues.org.uk/fancy-a-day-out-in-parliament/#more-6117

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