This year is the biggest campaign yet for the Scottish Green Party and and we're very excited to kick start our campaign off in Ayrshire by hosting a special 'Meet The Candidates' Comedy Dinner featuring Billy Kirkwood and guests.
Unlike other parties, we don't accept funding by corporate backers and are funded entirely by members and people like you. That's why we have to work that little bit harder to get out there to raise as much money on the ground as we possibly can to invest in campaign materials to help us reach as many people as possible. As Ayrshire falls between two regions we are raising money to help us buy materials to campaign for: - the South of Scotland featuring Lead Candidate Sarah Beattie-Smith - the West of Scotland featuring Lead Candidate Ross Greer and Veronika Tudhope. They will all be in attendance and is a great opportunity to come along and meet them whilst having some fun at the same time. By hosting this event we are hoping that everyone can have a fantastic relaxing evening with great discussions, brilliant comedy entertainment featuring Billy Kirkwood + guests and some lovely dinner provided by the amazing Soul Sisters (AKA Puffers Cafe). We'll also have some of Patrick Harvie's very own craft ale too! It's open to all (Members, non-members, friends, family, young people) and look forward to welcoming you all.
Saturday 20th Feb 2016, 6pm – 9pm
Puffers Café, 113-117 Montgomery Street, Irvine KA12 8PY (Maritime Museum – 2 minutes walk towards the sea from the train station on the right)
Comedians: Billy Kirkwood Dennis McKay + Guests
Set Menu Options: 1/ Vegetable Pasta Bake, Chips and Salad 2/ Haddock, Chips and Salad 3/ Macaroni, Chips and Salad *Please specify your preferred menu choices when booking or email at least 3 days before the event [email@example.com]
Bring Your Own Bottle: Corkage Fee - £2 big bottle / 50p small bottle There will be craft ale raffle, coffee’s and teas
Tickets for the events are available here: http://ayrshiregreens.bigcartel.com
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