Camden Trades Council

Uniting workers and communities in the London Borough of Camden

SERTUC newsletter 25

    SERTUC “Ending the Low Pay Culture” seminar Congress House Saturday 3 November hold the date – more details shortly

Burston Strike School Rally Burston near Diss Sunday 2 September with Bob Crow RMT, Clive Lewis, Mark Serwotka PCS, Cath Speight Unite

Burston Strike School new booklet A Striking Village, memories of Burston 28pp, published 2012, written, compiled and edited by Anne M May (nee Potter) £5 plus p&P from David Maclean (Strike School treasurer) see

Trade Council actions

Hackney trades council working towards 20 October intends to leaflet in Hackney each Saturday contact or 07428 778 286 for more info

Merton & Sutton trades council Save St Helier hospital services picnic and protest Saturday 8 September 12 noon outside the hospital contact Kevin O’Brien or 07718 585 717

Milton Keynes trades council is supporting “The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists” play at Madcap Performing Arts Centre Tuesday 25 September. No info on Madcap’s site as yet but contact Peter Knight or 07999 786 402

Chelmsford trades council demonstrating against the EDL 11.30 Tindal Square Saturday 18 August and

Kensington & Chelsea trades council is organising 3 street stalls 12-2pm on Saturdays 22 September and 6 and 13 October promoting 20 October and opposition to local health cuts contact

Brighton trades council demonstration during the Liberal Democrat conference Saturday 22 September contact Phil Clarke or 01273 380 819

Greenwich and Bexley trades council demonstration Saturday 15 September assemble 1pm General Gordon Square “No hospital closures, no cuts to services” contact

Chelmsford trades council says “Stop the EDL” Saturday 18 Augustcontact Malcolm Wallace and see

Trade union actions

RMT supporting the Morning Star’s new double CD


TUC with Disabled People Against the Cuts join the ATOS Games Monday 27 August to Friday 31 August see Belfast demo here

TUC Congress Brighton Sunday 9 to Wednesday 12 September preliminary agenda available at

TUC A Future that Works 20 October demonstration

A Future That Works TUC mass demonstration with rally in Hyde Park Saturday 20 October The newsletter and twitter #mdobney will include further details as they are available. New TUC demo website

A Future That Works TUC mass demonstration coach parking bookings are now being accepted on some sites (some are too busy with Olympic events at present) – your union’s national liaison officer will have details

A Future That Works TUC mass demonstration the TUC is working closely with the TUC Disabled Workers Committee on accessibility; main plans thus far are a short march assembling off Piccadilly and a raised viewing area in Hyde Park

A Future That Works TUC mass demonstration marching bands are welcome, but please let the TUC know so those with instruments can be accommodated

A Future That Works TUC mass demonstration flyers are available from the SERTUC office see

A Future That Works TUC mass demonstration an updated version of the TUC’s “Cuts are not the Cure” booklet Austerity is failing – vital for activists – available from and also downloadable from

A Future That Works TUC mass demonstration transport details can be seen at, and should be uploaded to

A Future That Works TUC mass demonstration coaches we have been informed of (for full list see

Other actions/information

Hackney Unites “Inspire Hackney” community organising event Saturday 22 September register at or contact John Page

Workers Education Association London Region free briefing for trade unionists “Raising Awareness of Autism in the Workplace” Friday 19 October no info on WEA website but see for full details or contact Monica Gort

We are Waltham Forest march “We are united against the EDL” and public event Saturday 1 September 11am see

Hackney Unites community conference “Inspire Hackney” Saturday 22 September see

Sylvia Pankhurst Memorial Lecture 7pm Wortley Hall, Sheffield Friday 17 August with Sarah Veale TUC “Divide and Rule – the oldest tactic in the book”

Ross Pritchard Memorial Fund Annual Essay Competition £750 prize for best essay of no more than 1,000 words on Is Scottish independence a vehicle for a development towards socialism? Essays to by Monday 1 October 2012


Fawcett Society part-time Communications Officer and part-time Campaigns Assistant


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