Thursday, 16 August 2012

'A future that works'

"A future that works" is the slogan of the TUC's planned national demonstration on October 20th.  

Bromley Against the Cuts is using the TUC's campaign in an attempt to reboot Bromley Trades Council and revitalise concerned residents and local trade unionists' efforts to work together in solidarity. Here are three south London public events to kick things off in the next days and weeks.

Save Our Local Hospitals planning meeting
Wednesday, August 22nd, 7pm
Sidcup Labour Club
31-33 Sidcup Hill, Sidcup
All Welcome.

Saturday, September 15th
Greenwich & Bexley TUC march and rally
Assemble 1pm General Gordon Square Woolwich (Opposite Woolwich Arsenal Train & DLR Station and bus stops), marching to Charlton.

Lynne Chamberlain, Secretary of Greenwich & Bexley Trades Union Council writes
For more details or for answers to any queries please do not hesitate to contact me at Greenwich & Bexley TUC, 16 Brewery Road Plumstead London SE18 7PT, Tel: 07884080602, or email

Next public meeting organised by Bromley Against the Cuts

Monday, September 24th, 7pm
HG Wells Centre
St Marks Road
Nr. Bromley South Station.
All welcome. 

Invited speakers: 
A local health union representative (tbc)
Glenn Kelly, Staff Side Secretary, Bromley Council
John McDonnell MP, Chair of Labour's Representation Committee (LRC)
plus entertainment from the Strawberry Thieves Choir

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