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York for Europe

Celebrating the European city of York

York for Europe's Mission 

We maintain that the UK, having left the EU, will have its best interests served by retaining a close as possible relationship with the EU, its peoples and its cultures. This site will serve as a bulletin board, a village pump, and information and interest exchange. The aim of this site it to keep alive our already close ties with the countries of Europe which, we maintain, were more easily facilitated when the UK was a member of the EU. We will also share any difficulties that arise from terminating membership and solutions to problems where they exist. Also, we will share advantages of leaving the union should they arise...

Our fight continues....
We are standing up for European rights, standards and values in the UK”
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Monthly meeting of York for Europe

I have arranged with The Heworth Pub, 64 Heworth Green YO31 7TQ York, that we will have our next general meeting in their back room.
More about the pub here...

It is on Monday 26th February 2024 at 19.30.

The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) wants to hear your views to understand how Brexit has impacted young people across the UK see...

Dijon photocrew in York

Our friends from the Dijon art organisation Ombradipeter, photographer Monique Serna and art director Vincenzo Cirillo, have completed their photographic expedition to York and are now back in France. The photos they have taken will make up an exhibition in Dijon in March 2024, then in Paris and in a number of towns in Italy. And if we can find a willing venue - York.

Monique, Vincenzo with Anthony and Mary, hosts

Find out the next plans in Dijon

More information and informal highlights


vincenzo, monique and hosts
Survival Notes - page under construction - assistance with links for travellers to the EU and EU citizens in the UK

Survival notes

..a YouTube Video from LSE to watch

View it here, now, originally broadcast 16th October at 18:30

In this event to mark the launch of his new book Shattered Nation, geographer Danny Dorling explains why we are growing further and further apart, exposing a new geography of inequality. Particularly relevant perhaps to the north of England.




Welcome to york sign showing recent Twin additions. Follow this link for some photographs of all the Welcome to the City of York signs
York for Europe and the York Twinning Committees of Dijon and Münster have been working with Cllr Christian Vassie and staff of York Council to see the Twin Cities acknowledged on our welcome signs. The entire project has been financed by donations from York for Europe and the Twinning Committees. Full marks to the Council and CPMedia for a prompt and impressive job well done.

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