The country has hundreds of local remain groups at the regional, county and constituency level, and those joining the march will be marching in groups under their own banners*.
Part of the objective of this march is to show the politicians that these groups do not just exist – but that these groups can communicate and collaborate, putting party-political and other allegiances aside, to focus on the joint objective of telling our politicians that we’ve had enough.
This is why we would like to encourage all marchers to join their local remain group and march together with them.
Many groups are planning joint coach or train travel to the march, and those we know of are listed below. Please check this page soon if your group isn’t listed yet.
There is substantial interest in shared transport, but no organised coach yet, so it’s worth contacting Glostays and your local 48% constituency groups to see who is up for sharing a ride.
- The 48% – Cheltenham
- The 48% – Forest Of Dean
- The 48% – Gloucester
- The 48% – Stroud
- The 48% – Tewkesbury
- The 48% – The Cotswolds
- The 48% – Ashford
- The 48% – Dover
- Canterbury for EU
- The 48% – Chatham & Aylesford
- The 48% – Faversham & Mid Kent
- The 48% – Folkestone & Hythe
- The 48% – Gravesham
- The 48% – Gillingham & Rainham
- The 48% – Maidstone & The Weald
- Rochester & Strood
- Sevenoaks and Swanley Together in Europe
- The 48% – Thanet
- Tonbridge and Malling Unite For Europe
- The 48% – Tonbridge & Malling
- TWells4Europe (The 48% – Tunbridge Wells)
- The 48% – Bexhill & Battle
- The 48% – Eastbourne
- The 48% – Hastings & Rye
- The 48% – Lewes
- Seahaven Staying In