Share ideas on how people are coping with Coronavirus with MP for the Cotswolds


Date - 10/04/2020
Time - 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm
Location - https://www.facebook.com/CCoCChat/, Cirencester, Cirencester, ,

Your opportunity to share ideas on how people are coping with Coronavirus with Sir Geoffrey Clifton Brown MP for the Cotswolds 

Good Friday 10th April from 3.00pm to 4.15pm  live streamed from the Barn Theatre

Introduction

Sir Geoffrey will be holding his fourth Live stream session on Good Friday 10th April from 3.00pm until 4.30pm.

The previous three sessions have been extremely useful in feeding back residents and businesses concerns to government and contributing to policy making.

The fourth session on Friday will be very different and will be opened by senior clergyman  Revd Canon John Swanton of the Ampneys.

After all Easter is an end and a beginning and a time to reflect on a new future.

Canon John Swanton will give an enlightened ecumenical ‘thought for the day’ and then the format will be different.

Political questions will be avoided. Instead we want to disseminate good ideas on how communities and individuals have coped with Coronavirus so that everyone can learn and heroes can be acknowledged. Please email your good ideas in.

The session will be filmed and live-streamed from the Barn Theatre where Sir Geoffrey, Canon John Swanton and the production crew will be strictly adhering to govt guidelines on social distancing.

How will it work?

If you have a good idea that you want to share, all you have to do is email either cliftonbrowng@parliament.uk or Contact@cotswoldspeaks.co.uk or you can send your questions in during the livestream on Facebook.

Where can I see the live stream?

The livestream will be aired on

The Barn Theatre Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/the Barn Theatre Cirencester, The Cirencester  Chamber of Commerce Facebook page and Sir Geoffrey Clifton Brown’s Facebook page

How can I help?

In addition to sending in your own ideas; please pass on this email inviting friends, family and colleagues to get them to send in their ideas to Sir Geoffrey.