At 11pm on Friday the UK will officially leave the European Union.

After three-and-a-half years of political wrangling over Brexit, the Withdrawal Agreement Bill will pass into law.

For some Friday will be a time of celebration, for others confirmation of their worst fears. We want to know what, if anything, you will be doing to mark the occasion.

Nigel Farage will host a celebration in Parliament Square although Stroud's newly elected MP Siobhan Baillie, who has repeatedly backed the Government's deal, is planning a quiet night in.

Writing on Facebook she said: "Very interested to hear your thoughts about what if anything you want to see happen on Friday night at 11pm- the official time for leaving the EU.

"There are no formal ‘celebrations’ by the government but it will be recognised at No 10.

"I’ve had emails from people saying there should be celebrations and from people saying there shouldn’t !

"I’m just working that night & probably cooking the tea as have full days Friday & Saturday."

Writing more generally about the bill she said: "The Withdrawal Agreement Bill received Royal Assent last week. The Prime Minister & EU Commission followed the Queen by signing the Agreement for the UK to leave the EU this Friday.

"After the 2016 referendum, European Elections, General Election & over 3 years of ‘spirited’ debates, the Royal Assent stage happened calmly.

"This is a historic moment for the UK and as I have repeatedly said, it is something that I believe is necessary to move forward.

"I understand that leaving the EU will cause happiness for some, sadness for others & indifference too amongst our communities. I know that this caring constituency will be respectful of each other’s views though.

"We are a great country & we have a bright future ahead."

Love it or loathe it, if you are doing something to mark Brexit on Friday let us know.