Why do people vote?

In a First Past The Post (FPTP) system, one individual vote is completely insignificant. Yet, despite this, many of us choose to vote. Why is this? Psychologist Chris Worfolk will examine the question, followed by a group discussion on the topic.

When?

Thursday 14 March 2019, 7:30pm

Where?

Carlton Hill Meeting House

188 Woodhouse Lane Leeds LS2 9DX

The Quaker meeting house on Woodhouse Lane. Opposite the Leeds University school of engineering. There is plenty of cycle parking on the street, and a few car parking spots (please reserve these for members with limited mobility) and more parking on street.

Why do people vote?

In a First Past The Post (FPTP) system, one individual vote is completely insignificant. Yet, despite this, many of us choose to vote. Why is this? Psychologist Chris Worfolk will examine the question, followed by a group discussion on the topic.

When?

Thursday 14 March 2019, 7:30pm

Where?

Carlton Hill Meeting House

188 Woodhouse Lane Leeds LS2 9DX

The Quaker meeting house on Woodhouse Lane. Opposite the Leeds University school of engineering. There is plenty of cycle parking on the street, and a few car parking spots (please reserve these for members with limited mobility) and more parking on street.

Why do people vote?

In a First Past The Post (FPTP) system, one individual vote is completely insignificant. Yet, despite this, many of us choose to vote. Why is this? Psychologist Chris Worfolk will examine the question, followed by a group discussion on the topic.

When?

Thursday 14 March 2019, 7:30pm

Where?

Carlton Hill Meeting House

188 Woodhouse Lane Leeds LS2 9DX

The Quaker meeting house on Woodhouse Lane. Opposite the Leeds University school of engineering. There is plenty of cycle parking on the street, and a few car parking spots (please reserve these for members with limited mobility) and more parking on street.

Why do people vote?

In a First Past The Post (FPTP) system, one individual vote is completely insignificant. Yet, despite this, many of us choose to vote. Why is this? Psychologist Chris Worfolk will examine the question, followed by a group discussion on the topic.

When?

Thursday 14 March 2019, 7:30pm

Where?

Carlton Hill Meeting House

188 Woodhouse Lane Leeds LS2 9DX

The Quaker meeting house on Woodhouse Lane. Opposite the Leeds University school of engineering. There is plenty of cycle parking on the street, and a few car parking spots (please reserve these for members with limited mobility) and more parking on street.

Why do people vote?

In a First Past The Post (FPTP) system, one individual vote is completely insignificant. Yet, despite this, many of us choose to vote. Why is this? Psychologist Chris Worfolk will examine the question, followed by a group discussion on the topic.

When?

Thursday 14 March 2019, 7:30pm

Where?

Carlton Hill Meeting House

188 Woodhouse Lane Leeds LS2 9DX

The Quaker meeting house on Woodhouse Lane. Opposite the Leeds University school of engineering. There is plenty of cycle parking on the street, and a few car parking spots (please reserve these for members with limited mobility) and more parking on street.

Why do people vote?

In a First Past The Post (FPTP) system, one individual vote is completely insignificant. Yet, despite this, many of us choose to vote. Why is this? Psychologist Chris Worfolk will examine the question, followed by a group discussion on the topic.

When?

Thursday 14 March 2019, 7:30pm

Where?

Carlton Hill Meeting House

188 Woodhouse Lane Leeds LS2 9DX

The Quaker meeting house on Woodhouse Lane. Opposite the Leeds University school of engineering. There is plenty of cycle parking on the street, and a few car parking spots (please reserve these for members with limited mobility) and more parking on street.

Why do people vote?

In a First Past The Post (FPTP) system, one individual vote is completely insignificant. Yet, despite this, many of us choose to vote. Why is this? Psychologist Chris Worfolk will examine the question, followed by a group discussion on the topic.

When?

Thursday 14 March 2019, 7:30pm

Where?

Carlton Hill Meeting House

188 Woodhouse Lane Leeds LS2 9DX

The Quaker meeting house on Woodhouse Lane. Opposite the Leeds University school of engineering. There is plenty of cycle parking on the street, and a few car parking spots (please reserve these for members with limited mobility) and more parking on street.

Why do people vote?

In a First Past The Post (FPTP) system, one individual vote is completely insignificant. Yet, despite this, many of us choose to vote. Why is this? Psychologist Chris Worfolk will examine the question, followed by a group discussion on the topic.

When?

Thursday 14 March 2019, 7:30pm

Where?

Carlton Hill Meeting House

188 Woodhouse Lane Leeds LS2 9DX

The Quaker meeting house on Woodhouse Lane. Opposite the Leeds University school of engineering. There is plenty of cycle parking on the street, and a few car parking spots (please reserve these for members with limited mobility) and more parking on street.

Why do people vote?

In a First Past The Post (FPTP) system, one individual vote is completely insignificant. Yet, despite this, many of us choose to vote. Why is this? Psychologist Chris Worfolk will examine the question, followed by a group discussion on the topic.

When?

Thursday 14 March 2019, 7:30pm

Where?

Carlton Hill Meeting House

188 Woodhouse Lane Leeds LS2 9DX

The Quaker meeting house on Woodhouse Lane. Opposite the Leeds University school of engineering. There is plenty of cycle parking on the street, and a few car parking spots (please reserve these for members with limited mobility) and more parking on street.

Why do people vote?

In a First Past The Post (FPTP) system, one individual vote is completely insignificant. Yet, despite this, many of us choose to vote. Why is this? Psychologist Chris Worfolk will examine the question, followed by a group discussion on the topic.

When?

Thursday 14 March 2019, 7:30pm

Where?

Carlton Hill Meeting House

188 Woodhouse Lane Leeds LS2 9DX

The Quaker meeting house on Woodhouse Lane. Opposite the Leeds University school of engineering. There is plenty of cycle parking on the street, and a few car parking spots (please reserve these for members with limited mobility) and more parking on street.