Cities face an uncertain post Brexit future. In Preston, the anchor institutions have come together to reimagine their social identities through a greater commitment to Preston and the surrounding areas by means of local procurement and an increased sense of social responsibility.

The University of Central Lancashire, in partnership with Preston City Council are supporting the development of a co-operative city through the Preston Co-operative Development Network, opening out new and creative ideas for our future.

Join our panel discussion with Debbie Shannon, Link Psychology Co-op, Julian Manley, Preston Co-op Development Network, Kay Johnson, Preston Larder Co-op, and Andrew Birchall, Secretary of Unite the Union (54 Branch) to explore how we can continue to support the co-operative community here and elsewhere!

For full details and to book your free place please visit the Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/stir-magazine-launch-post-brexit-city-co-operatives-for-an-age-of-crisis-tickets-50494513449?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

This is part of Stir magazine’s autumn launch series for the publication of Co-operating out of Crisis.

Event Date: Wednesday 14 November 2018, 6.30pm – 9pm

Event Location: Creative Innovation Zone (ME414), UCLan Media Factory, Kirkham Street, Preston, PR1 2XQ