Camden Trades Council

Uniting workers and communities in the London Borough of Camden


SERTUC East of England TU network
Saturday 30 September 10.30am Cambridge. More info
SERTUC Race Relations Committee
Monday 2 October 6pm in Congress House, celebrating the contribution of Jayaben Desai with Tim Roache GMB general secretary, Betty Joseph SERTUC RRC chair, Kamaljeet Jandu GMB national equality officer, Megan Dobney SERTUC regional secretary. Followed by refreshments
SERTUC H&S reps conference
Friday 6 October in Congress House “What effect will Brexit have on Health, Safety and Well-being in the workplace?” 10am
SERTUC East of England TU network training day
Saturday 28 October Bury St Edmunds. More info
SERTUC/ACAS London conference
Friday 3 November – note the date, more info to come
SERTUC xmas celebration
Friday 8 December 2pm to 4pm Congress House
Britain needs a pay rise/Lift the pay cap
London pay demonstration – CHANGE OF DATE
ASLEF, BFAWU, CWU, FBU, GMB, NEU, PCS, POA, RCN, RMT, SERTUC, TSSA, UCU, Unison, Unite, URTU Tuesday 17 October assemble 5.30pm opposite Downing Street, march via Departments of Health, Treasury, and Education and then rally outside Parliament
The TUC is organising a focussed lobby earlier in the day and the march will end at the TUC’s rally (7pm) outside Parliament
Norwich march & rally
Saturday 14 October 12 noon onwards, more details from
King’s Lynn rally
Saturday 28 October 12 noon at the Bandstand, march to the town centre. Speakers at rallies before and after Alex Mayer MEP, Megan Dobney SERTUC, Chris Jenkinson Unison, John Lister, Steve Sweeney Morning Star, Riccardo de Torre FBU. More info from
Unionlearn Supporting Learners event
Thursday 2 November 10am London
TUC education – win an iPad…
Trades Council actions
Colchester: Banner Theatre The union makes us strong
Tuesday 21 November 7.30pm details from
Trade Union actions
Unite: King George Hospital march and rally
Saturday 14 October assemble 11am Central Park Dagenham, 11.45 march to Redbridge Town Hall, 3pm rally. Supported by GLATUC, Barking, Dagenham & Havering, and Waltham Forest trades councils. Contact
NEU: Celebrating the 1967 Abortion Act
Organised by the NEU Women’s Network with Abortion Rights Wednesday 11 October 6.30pm
Other actions/events
Marx Memorial Library film festival Spark
A festival of revolutionary film 24 September to 12 November at the Rio (Dalston) and Phoenix (East Finchley) cinemas
People’s Assembly demo at Tory conference
Sunday 1 October Manchester
· Portsmouth coach organised by Portsmouth City Unison. Seats £20 waged/£5 unwaged (non-Unison members welcome). Coach leaves the Hard at 6.30am, Students Union at 6.40, Fratton 6.45, North End 6.50, Cosham 7am. Aiming to return by 9pm. Book seats with Mark on 07816 835 261
· RMT London Region coach leaving the British Library (near Kings Cross) at 8am. Contact 07932 576 955
· Unite Southampton coach leaving SeaCity Museum 6am, University Interchange 6.20am, Eastleigh Railway Station – details and booking here
· Bromley trades council coach seats £10 (£15 solidarity, unwaged £6). Leaving the H G Wells Centre at 5.30am. Contact Arthur Shaw
Grunwick 40: mural unveiling
Saturday 30 September from noon at Dollis Hill – more info here
We are the lions, Mr Manager Grunwick play
Townsend Theatre Productions present their new play on the Grunwick dispute
· Saturday 14 October Bedford
· Tuesday 7 November Southsea
· Thursday 9 November Ruskin College Oxford
· Friday 10 November Lowestoft
· Tuesday 21 to Saturday 25 November London
Campaign Opposing Police Surveillance, Peterborough
A demonstration for Peterborough Conservative Councillor to resign Wednesday 11 October 6pm
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