Support Campaigns & Events

Find an event you can attend, or participate in one of campaigns, supported by Bremain in Spain.



It’s All Academic Festival: After the general election: what next?
Saturday 10 June 10:30 – 11:30 BST
Just two days after the snap general election, experts from UCL’s highly-regarded Constitution Unit will use this session to discuss the constitutional and political fallout. Likely topics include key features of the election itself, the makeup of the new House of Commons, the government’s future relationship with the House of Lords, plus the prospects for the political parties, the UK territorial Union – and, of course, Brexit.
Organised by UCL Office of the Vice Provost (Development)
Speakers: Dr Meg Russell, Dr Jennifer Hudson and Dr Alan Renwick
Location: Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT
Free but go to website to register


The 2017 General Election: What next for Wales?
Monday 19 June 09:30 – 11:00 BST
The Institute of Welsh Affairs and Newgate Communications would like to invite you to attend a breakfast seminar at the Pierhead to analyse the results of the General Election. We will be exploring the policy priorities of the new Government, what the results may mean for Wales, and how Welsh businesses and civil society can engage effectively with new Ministers and special advisers.
Organised by the Institute of Welsh Affairs and sponsored by David Melding AM
Speakers and agenda to be confirmed shortly
Location: The Pierhead, National Assembly for Wales,Cardiff Bay, Cardiff CF99 1NA
Free, but registration is essential, go to the website to register


Brexit: Which way forward for the UK and the EU?
Monday 26 June 2017 18:00 – 20:30 BST
Which way forward for the UK and the EU? The June General Election will have important implications for the Brexit process and how pro-European organisations approach Brexit.
Organised by London4Europe which is the London section of the non-party European Movement UK
Introduction: Nick Hopkinson, Chairman, London4Europe, European Movement; former Director, Wilton Park, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Keynote Address: Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell, Chairman, European Movement UK, former Secretary of State for Health
Location: Europe House, 32 Smith Square, London SW1P 3EU
Free but go to the website and click on the link to register
Twitter: @London4Europe


Scotland-EU Relations as Brexit Talks Unfold with Fiona Hyslop MSP
Wednesday 28 June 10:00 – 11:00 BST (Registration and welcome refreshments from 9.30am)
Brexit will fundamentally reshape the UK’s and Scotland’s relations with the European Union.
Organised by Scottish Centre on European Relations
Introduction by Dr Kirsty Hughes, Director · Scottish Centre on European Relations,
Speaker: Fiona Hyslop MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs and Member of the Scottish Parliament for Linlithgow
Location: University of Strathclyde, Technology & Innovation Centre – Auditorium A, 99 George Street, Glasgow G1 1RD
Free but you can register on the website


What does Brexit mean for the UK & the City? Debate featuring Liam Fox MP
Friday 21 July 14:30 – 16:30
A lively debate among leading politicians, market commentators and industry professionals which will examine the likely effect of Brexit on the financial service industry and its customers.
Organised by Bristol Private Clients
Speakers: Dr Liam Fox MP, Peter Westaway, Molly Scott-Cato MEP, Tom Elliott, John Betteridge
Location: Burges Salmon, One Glass Wharf, Bristol BS2 0ZX (a leading UK Law Firm headquartered in Bristol)
Free but you can register on the website



Brits beyond Brexit – What future for Britons in Spain and France?
Wednesday 26 April 2017 10:30 – 13:30 CEST
The event welcomes you to to a discussion and analysis on the consequences of Brexit for Brits abroad, in France and Spain.
Organised by Professor of Anthropology, Jeremy MacClancy of Oxford Brookes, and Dr of Geography, Fiona Ferbrache, in collaboration with the British Consul for Alicante.
Speakers include: Sarah-Jane Morris, British Consul, Alicante, Zoe Adams Green, Bremain in Spain and a respresentative of Europats.
Universidad de Miguel Hernandez, Elche: ARENALES Building, Aula 0.2, s/n Avinguda de la Universitat d’Elx, 03202 Elx.  Visitors can park in any of the University car parks.
Free but please register to attend as places limited to 50.


Meet and Greet Bremain in Spain Members of Cadiz Province
Thursday 27 April 2017 16:00
Organised by Sandra Stretton
A get-together to discuss how Brexit if it were to happen would personally affect our lives living in Spain
Venue: Aqa Bar (large white and glass building) opposite the Marina and facing the Rock in La Linea de la Concepcion


Brexit & Brits in the EU 27: what does it mean for YOU?
Wednesday 10 May 2017 18:30 PM – 21:30 PM CEST
The event is a key opportunity other Brits and interested EU nationals living in Brussels to hear the European Parliament’s current thinking as well as put their questions, concerns and experience directly to our MEPs.
Organised by Brussels and Europe Liberal Democrats (BELD)
Speakers: Sophie In’t Veld, MEP, D66, Catherine Bearder, MEP, Liberal Democrats, Monique Hawkins, The 3 Million, Oliver Rowland, Journalist, The Connexion
Moderator: Laura Shields, Chair Brussels and Europe Liberal Democrats
Location: Fleishman Hillard Brussels, Square de Meeus 35, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Free but register from 18:30 and the event will begin at 19:00


The Convention on Brexit and the Political Crash
Friday 12 May 2017 at 10.00 & Saturday 13 May 2017 at 18.00 BST
We are organising a crucial event analysing the implications of Brexit and the current political climate. Henry Porter has long been a prominent voice in favour of civil liberties and human rights, organising the Convention on Modern Liberty in 2009, and is now turning to the EU Referendum, a subject which he feels must be addressed in light of the momentous changes in European politics today.
The two day event will feature politicians and leading cultural figures and will attempt to decipher and deconstruct the reasons behind the referendum result. With a large Commitee featuring some of the most respected and eminent thinkers in Britian and around the World, the event will motivate pro-EU supporters to galvinise and take action to let their voices be heard against the at times impenetrable Westminster bubble. Now, more than ever, involvement in politics is crucial for civil society, and the Convention on Brexit and the Political Crash with endevour to fulfil this goal.
Hosted by The Convention and headed by author and journalist Henry Porter. Media partners The Observer and openDemocracy.
Tickets: £32.45 – £53.69
Central Hall Westminster, 1 Storey’s Gate, Westminster. London SW1H 9NH
Tel: +44 20 7222 8010


EU Picnic in the Park
Saturday 24 June 2017
11:00 – 18:00 BST
Hosted by Positively EU
Hyde Park, London, W2 2UH


The Events below are FINISHED – Information can be found on our march webpage including a Photo Gallery and Event Videos

Unite For Europe National March To Parliament – LONDON

Saturday 25 March 2017 11.00 – 18.00
Organised by Peter French and a collaboration between several pro-EU groups, representing a broad spectrum across the UK and also expatriates.
This is a March for us all. Let’s work to make this the biggest march this country has seen. 16 million of us voted to remain and that’s growing. Let’s show them how much this means to us.
We want to remain in the European Union! We value the peace, friendships, relationships, rights, business & academic collaborations, economic prosperity and outward-looking attitude that European Union membership delivers; it’s best for the UK.
Speakers include: Sue Wilson, Chair of Bremain in Spain
Park Lane, Hyde Park, London W1K

Unite For Europe March – 25th March 2017


March For Europe 2017 – ROME
Saturday 25 March 2017 12.00 – 14.00
Hosted by Stand Up For Europe and 4 others
For those who believe in a strong, united and democratic Europe, it is time to stand up. Against nationalism and populism.
Piazza de Spagna, 00187 Rome, Italy


March for Europe – MADRID
Saturday 25 March 2017 18.00
Hosted by various pro-European Groups and Eurocitizens will be taking part
An excellent opportunity for us to get across our message in defence of British and Spanish citizens whose European rights are under threat from Brexit. We will also defend our vision of a more open and tolerant Europe.
It is the sixtieth anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Rome which later led to the creation of the European Union.
Plaza del Callao, Madrid


Young Europeans – March for Europe – EDINBURGH
Saturday March 25 13:00 – 17:00
Hosted by Young European Movement Edinburgh
On this day we celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of the European project. This year, however, we cannot remain complacent but instead actively stand up to defend what we have achieved, and Britain’s membership of the project.



Choose Freedom
The Choose Freedom Campaign is a European Citizens’ Initiative.The aim of the campaign is to persuade the European Union to issue EU passports to any EU citizens that are at risk of losing their rights and freedoms, in this case, as a result of Brexit. You do not have to be a UK Citizen or a resident of Spain to take part!

Choose Freedom


Gina Miller Campaign 2018
Featured in The Times on 20 February 2017
A good deal for Britain vote 2018
As citizens of the UK, we have written an open letter to Parliament requesting that the Brexit Bill be amended to allow Parliament a full vote on the outcome of the negotiations, eighteen months from the triggering of Article 50 which will begin the formal process of the UK leaving the EU.
Sign up and show your support for the proposal.


Richmond Terrace Vigil – The People Are Speaking
From 22 February 2017 Monday & Friday 18.00 – 21.00 Every week for as long as it takes.
Speak up, join in. Our voices MUST be heard. When BREXIT was happening people will ask ‘what did you do?’ Say I protested, I spoke out, I took action. Love can win. One by one we are powerful.
Now is NOT the time to be silent, sing out loud and proud, make our voice heard in May’s backyard!
Singing, banners, guest speakers, mutual support and the odd stunt – this fight is fun!
Bring a friend, or if you can’t come, send one!
It didn’t end with the march, the battle continues, join us!
Richmond Terrace, (Opposite Downing Street), London SW1A