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Don Valley Trip to Parliament - join them

DV_Hoc_Trip2013_cropped.jpgIf you have not been to Parliament in recent years and seen inside the incredible Palace of Westminster, now is your chance.

Residents of Don Valley constituency are being invited to join a coach trip organised by Don Valley Labour Party on Tuesday 28 May.

Houses-of-Parliament.jpgSusan Durant, Don Valley Labour Party Chair, said:  “Many people never get the chance to visit Parliament – so we want to make it as easy as possible.  This is a very exciting time to visit the House of Commons, see this huge Palace from the inside, spot some famous faces and watch some of the action in the Commons*.  It is a great day out, and our guests always get a warm welcome from Caroline Flint.”

The trip, which takes place the day after the Spring bank holiday, includes return coach journey, an organised tour of Parliament and a few extra sights courtesy of the Don Valley MP, Caroline Flint.

Said Caroline: “It is always a pleasure to receive visiting groups from Don Valley to see inside the Palace of Westminster, whether they love politics or are interested in the history of Parliament.  There is so much to see inside Parliament and amazing sights nearby.”

The coach trip will begin at 7.30am from Ward Brothers opposite the Civic Office, arriving for guided a tour beginning at 12.30pm and leaving Westminster around 5pm allowing time to explore around the area around Parliament, such as Westminster Abbey, Ten Downing Street or the London Eye or watch a debate in Parliament.

Tickets are £30 per head.  If you would like to book places on the coach trip, please ring 01302 770830, email secretary.donvalleyclp@gmail.com or book direct. All tickets must be paid for in advance to secure your place. A small booking fee is incurred for online bookings. More information and booking details at https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/don-valley-labour

 

*NB Watching Commons debates depends on whether Parliament confirms it is sitting that day.

 

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