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LGBT Hustings tonight for local council elections

Besi Besemar April 20, 2015

The Brighton & Hove LGBT Community Safety Forum are holding Hustings ahead of this years elections.

LGBT Community Safety ForumTHIS is your chance to find out more about the local Councillor Candidates in the local elections, why they are running and what they will do if they are elected.

It’s also your chance to ask questions to candidates about why they should be elected and why you should vote for¬†them.

The event will be held at the Queens Hotel, Brighton, BN1 1NS on Tuesday, April 21 from 7pm till 9pm.

Candidates confirmed to attend are:

Paul Chandler – Liberal Democrat candidate for East Brighton

Geoffrey Theobald РConservative Party candidate for Patcham and presently Leader of the Conservative group on Brighton and Hove City Council

Phelim MacCafferty РGreen Party candidate for Brunswick & Adelaide and presently Chair of planning on Brighton and Hove City Council

Warren Morgan РLabour Party candidate for East Brighton and presently Leader of the Labour group on Brighton and Hove City Council

If you would like to submit a question to be answered on the night email it to info@lgbt-help.com before 12 noon on Monday, April 20.

There is no guarantee all pre submitted questions will be answered on the night. However, you are invited to attend to take part in the live questions and answers session.

The Hustings will be independently chaired by Chris Gull, Chair of the Rainbow Fund and a British Sign Language Interpreter will be present during the event.

Everyone is welcome to attend.

For up to the moment information on the Hustings and the Candidates participating, click here:

For information on persons nominated for the local election, click here:

For information on how to get to the Queens Hotel, click here:

For information on the LGBT Community Safety Forum, click here:

The Queens Hotel is fully accessible. However, If you have any access needs email access@lgbt-help.com

Or telephone: 01273 231189

Or text: 07827 811454

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