Upcoming events

Generally, from Monday to Thursday, Molly works long days representing residents of the South West in the European Parliament in either Brussels or Strasbourg. However, at weekends and during occasional ‘constituency weeks’ she attends as many events and meets as many people and groups as possible in the South West. Below is a list of upcoming events she will attend.

If you would like Molly to attend an event, please check below to see she is not already booked on that date/time and contact Steve Hynd, constituency coordinator, with details of your request.

Upcoming events

Friday 16th November

  • Climate Change: A Sustainable Environment. Molly is speaking alongside Chris Williamson MP, Suzanne Jeffrey, and Will Quick, about the impact of climate change on our environment. This public participation event will take place at Tony Benn House, Victoria Street, Bristol, BS1 6AY, from 7 to 9pm. You can find the Facebook event here.

Friday 23rd November

  • Why we need a People’s Vote. Molly and Lord Andrew Adonis will be speaking about this at 7:30pm in the Devizes Town Hall, in the Assembly Room. You can find the facebook event here. The event is free but please register here.

Friday 30th November

  • Panel Discussion: What Does the EU Do for Us? Molly will be speaking at this cross-party event in Bath, alongside Clare Moody, Wera Hobhouse and Julie Girling. The event will take place from 7 to 9pm at Hayesfield Lower School Main Hall, Brougham Hayes, Bath. You can register for the event here.

Thursday 6th December

Friday 7th December

  • Justice in a Changing World. Molly will be speaking at this symposium on national and global justice, alongside Conservative MP Gary Streeter and Marjon Senior Lecturer Dr Sue Wayman. Organised by Plymouth Marjon University and taking place on its campus, the event will take start at 10am and will last two hours.  For more information and to register, click here.

Thursday 10th January

  • An Economy for the Future. Molly will be speaking alongside Anneliese Dodds and Frank van Lerven about what the economy of the future could look like. The event is organised by Bristol Progressive Politics group and will be held in Bristol. To register and for more details, click here.

*We try our hardest to keep this list up-to-date but to avoid disappointment you should check directly with the event organiser.