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College News 28Apr 2015

Come along to the Hartpury Hustings!

Come along to the Hartpury Hustings!

Students will have the chance to hear from political candidates ahead of the General Election when Hartpury hosts a special 'Hustings' event on Thursday, April 30th.

The five candidates standing for election in the Forest of Dean will all take part in the 'Hustings' in Legends Bar starting at 12.30pm. All students are encouraged to attend.

The candidates will each speak for three minutes to set out their key policies, before the floor is opened up to questions from the students for around an hour. The event will be chaired by Janine Fox from Hartpury Student Union.

With the General Election fast approaching on Thursday, May 7th, this is a great opportunity for students to hear more from the political parties and ask questions about the issues that affect them before casting their vote!

Refreshments will also be available!

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