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Tue, 25 Jun



General Election Hustings

Who will you vote for at the General Election on 4th July? Hear from and question political party candidates at a Hustings at St John's Church.

General Election Hustings
General Election Hustings

Time & Location

25 Jun 2024, 19:30 – 21:30

Redhill, Church Rd, Redhill RH1 6QA, UK

About the event

Who will you vote for at the General Election on 4th July? Do you want to hear what candidates for the Reigate constituency have to say and have the chance to ask them questions?

Click on Show More for candidate details, evening format and the email address for pre-submitting questions. Attendees are advised that parking spaces on surrounding streets is limited. Please consider public transport or car sharing. 

Come to a Hustings at St John's Church on Tuesday 25th June.

The General Election candidates vying to be the next MP for Reigate will be outlining why you should vote for them. They will have five minutes each to set out their case and tell you about themselves, then questions will be taken from the audience.

The declared candidates for the Reigate constituency are, in alphabetical order:

Stuart Brady (Labour Party)

Jonathan Essex (Green Party)

Joseph Fox (Reform UK Party)

Mark Johnston (Liberal Democrats)

Rebecca Paul (Conservative Party)

St John's Church is a member of Eco Church and has achieved a Bronze award. The Eco Church scheme encourages churches to engage their communities with politicians - local and national - on environmental issues. The environment will be a starting point, however, as it is just one of many hot topics of the election campaign. Other discussion points range from tax and the economy to immigration, housng, education and the NHS (health), plus many more.

Do you have burning questions about how candidates would handle local matters? Or concerns about national policy?

Come armed with topics and put forward your thoughts on the night.

Questions should be kept short and to the point.

* Please note the evening will be held in the church and not the adjacent centre, which will be in use by local groups. We ask that attendees bear in mind the needs of centre users.

This is a non-ticketed event. We invite you to RSVP to give us an indication of numbers.

If you wish to submit a question, in no more than 40 words, please email

You are advised to arrive in good time. Parking and seating is not reserved.

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