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Booking for Birmingham Leadership Debate open

Booking for Birmingham Leadership Debate open

🕔13.Nov 2015

Members of the public can start booking places for the Birmingham Leadership Debate. 

The Debate, staged by Chamberlain Files publisher RJF Public Affairs together with BPM Media, publisher of Birmingham Mail and Birmingham Post, will take place at the CBSO Centre in Berkley Street, Birmingham on Thursday 19th November 2015.

Doors will open at 6.00pm for people who have successfully registered. There will be no admittance after 6.30pm.

Due to anticipated high demand for tickets, each person will only be permitted to book one ticket.

A separate ticket allocation is available for Labour councillors and other party members. Bookings should be made directly with the party and not through the public booking site.

Entry is free for ticket holders. A cash bar will be available upon arrival at the CBSO Centre where the debate will take place in the Justham Auditorium.

More details can be found on the booking page here. 

Bookings opened as noon last Friday and will close at 5.00pm on Wednesday 18th November, or earlier if all available places have been allocated. 

If you have any problems in booking a place, please email: Mandy.Tsang-Wetherald@rjfpa.com 

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