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Pegida UK: Silent walk

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Pegida UK: Silent walk

Time: February 6, 2016 from 1pm to 3pm
Location: Birmingham
Event Type: rally
Latest Activity: Feb 1, 2016

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Muster point is Birmingham International Train Station at 2pm, please do not arrive any earlier than 1pm. Stewards will be on hand to direct you to where to stand.

Cars/Coaches/Minibuses can park at the area marked Blue, see below, free of charge. People will be able to drop off at the Train Station but will not be allowed to park and Stewards will be at the Blue area to direct drivers back to the Muster point.

The walk will be peaceful and silent so please ensure that there is NO chanting. NO consumption of alcohol will be allowed, anyone seen consuming alcohol will have it taken away or be asked to leave the Walk, there are to be NO face coverings if you wear one you will be asked to remove it. Please do not wear colours from other Organisations/groups as well as Flags from other Organisations/groups.

Speakers at the Stage area will be Paul Weston, Ann Marie Waters and Tommy Robinson

The Pegida UK team would like to thank everyone, in advance, for attending the first demonstration and hope you all have a good day.

http://www.pegidauk.org/v1/events/1-birmingham-silent-walk

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Comment by Richard Londonbourne on January 30, 2016 at 17:03

'Might Attend'. In fact there is a very high probability (95%+)  that I shall be attending. (Ench Allah!). 

Comment by Richard Londonbourne on January 30, 2016 at 17:00

Rally at Birmingham International, not New Street, I think. Check it out.

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