Gorwel and BREXit
Gorwel is a think tank that is here to encourage innovative thinking and examine topical debate on a number of issues. In this respect we have held and will continue to hold a number of events related to BREXit and Wales. This page will therefore hold details of some of these events and the discussions and ideas generated concerning BREXit and Wales.
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Events and discussion post BREXit
On the 28th June 2016 a dinner/workshop was held at the Manor Parc Hotel Cardiff. The event was sponsored by Venture Wales. A number of senior Welsh business people, business organisations and related bodies attended. In the discussions a statement of principles was defined and adjusted in later discussions. The details of this can be accessed by clicking the link below:
Brexit Conference | 21.11.16
On the 21st of November Gorwel held a Brexit Conference at The Angel Hotel in Cardiff. The conference brought together feelings of optimism and a vision from some of the leading business figures within Brexit in Wales and the UK. Panel members also explored Brexit from a more pragmatic background and examined the potential pitfalls that Wales may face in the coming months and years.
Has Brexit been trumped?
This article on Brexit has been written by Nicholas Sturrock a student studying at Kings College London.
Access PDF file by clicking here: nicholas-sturrock
Thursday 19 October 2017, at 7.00 pm
The Mather-Jackson Library, Fourth Annual Lecture, at the Sessions House, Maryport Street, Usk NP15 1AD
Mick Antoniw AM, Pontypridd
Counsel General to the Welsh Government
‘Brexit. What does it mean for devolution?’
The lecture will be held in the Victorian courtroom, designed by the architect Thomas Wyatt and opened in 1870. The Mather-Jackson Library adjoins the courtroom. Drinks will be served, and there will be an opportunity to meet our speaker and Library trustees, and to view the library.
Attendance at the lecture is free, but we do ask for a donation on the day. The Library enjoys the support of Usk Town Council, but receives no outside funding – we rely entirely on donations.