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Arbury Road – The voice of European Progressives

Arbury Road will soon start its fundraising campaign! We cannot accept donations yet but we will be able to accept them very soon! Every donation and every little bit of help you can give us is extremely important. If you want to help us subscribe to our mailing list and we will contact you once our campaign will starts. You can also wirte to us at [email protected] and [email protected]

We wish you a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year!


Tania Sanna – Psychotherapist – Venice and Padova (Italy)

Tania says: ‘I think they are doing a great job because as a young woman and a young professional in the field of mental health, Arbury Road talks about very important topics in our society’. 

Alexis Inglis-Arkell – Brewer in Market Harborough (UK)

Alexis, true master brewer says: ‘I think that now more than ever it is the time for Europeans to come together, and I think that Arbury Road is a good place to do that’.


Liz Kavanagh – student at NUI Galway (Ireland)

Liz supports Arbury Road! “There’s never been a better time to have any even stronger EU”. If you too believe we need a stronger (and better) EU and want to read more about this topic, subscribe to our mailing list to stay informed!

Andrius Keblas – Senior Marketing Executive (remote worker in Valencia, Spain)

Andrius says: ‘The reason why I support Arbury Road is because I have travelled and lived in many European countries, and witnessed the benefits of diversity and inclusion in society’.

Valeria Val Pengo and Giacomo Berlini – Personal Trainers (Italy and Europe)

Valeria and Giacomo say: “We love the preject because it has a great group of guys behind it”. 

James Felton – Journalist in  (UK)

James Felton supports Arbury Road because: “They spoke about some very complicated issues and managed to simplify them but managed to explain them in a way that was engaging”.

Sarah Overby – PhD Biomedicine Researcher in Valencia (Spain)

Sarah says: ‘Being an American abroad and being in the hard sciences I do, sometimes, feel uninformed when it comes to European politics and having their articles and interviews and great resources have helped me tremendously’.