CANDIDATES battling to secure a seat in European Parliament will face off in a hustings on Sunday.

The Warrington Guardian will be chairing the debate at Lymm Village Hall, on Pepper Street, at 3.30pm.

Confirmed candidates so far comprise Change UK – The Independent Group's Dan Price, Liberal Democrat Jane Brophy, UKIP's Jeff Armstrong or Adam Richardson, the Green Party's Jessica Northey, Labour's Julie Ward, Conservative Sajjad Karim, the UK European Union Party's Sophie Larroque and Stephen Morris from the English Democrats.

The Brexit Party has also been invited, with confirmation of their candidate yet to be made.

Free car parking is available at the hall on Sunday, with additional free parking available at Davies Way car park.

The European Parliament election takes place next Thursday.

There are 751 MEPs – of those, 73 represent the UK.

Eight MEPs will be elected to serve the north west.

Capacity at the village hall is around 120.

To register to attend, which is free, visit