The best tweets of the #INtogether Day of Action

Hundreds of enthusiastic Liberal Democrats hit the streets today for the first INtogether National Day of Action for the EU referendum campaign. From Daventry to Yate to Dunfermline to Plymouth, we flew the European flag.

The weather was very kind to us. My husband warned me to take a jacket into Edinburgh with me because it was going to turn nasty but it never did.  We held a street stall in Morningside in Edinburgh. The BBC’s Scotland editor Sarah Smith was spotted walking past it, nipping into the shops behind. Did anyone else see anyone famous as they campaigned?

Anyway, here are some of the bright and busy Lib Dems in action from across the country. You can see all of them here. Let us know what you did, and particularly the sort of things people were saying to you, in the comments.

Lib Dem MEP Catherine Bearder was in Stratford:

They either cloned her or she did a whistle-stop tour round several of the stalls in London:

The Leader himself was in Kendal

And Simon Hughes joined the team in London

Paddy was on the Yeovil stall – and he even wore the t-shirt

Who needs a battlebus?

The INtogether fever spread to the East Midlands:

That’s it. I’m going to London next time:

Somebody knows all the good things the EU has done on animal welfare:

They did it with balls in Barnstaple

We don’t yet know if our campaigners joined in with the Morris dancers in Windsor…

Well done to the Glasgow team – there were a LOT of leaflets in the boxes.

The team out in Dunfermline including Bryn Jones, who wrote for us the other day about his experience as a candidate

Coventry’s team had a pretty setting:

Calderdale, is that a Stronger Economy, Fairer Society banners still in use?

Here was our Morningside stall

And when all the stalls were finished, the phone bank was still going:

* Caron Lindsay is Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice and blogs at Caron's Musings

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