Along with millions upon millions of working people Bristol workers will be raising the Red Flag, on Sunday 1st May 2016, in honour of the international working class day that is the spirit of determination, solidarity and resistance.
With May Day falling on Sunday this year Bristol Trades Union Council urges maximum turn out by unions. Mobilise your members to join a major day for workers. Make sure your Trade Union and labour movement banners are at this major event.
to be addressed by Marvin Rees (Labour’s Candidate for Mayor of Bristol 2016), Andy Robertson from Bristol Trades Union Council and a speaker from the Co-operative Party.
Broadmead and Old Market to a
Rally at the Trinity Centre
- JOIN THE FIGHT AGAINST THE TU BILL/ANTI-UNION LAWS
- FIGHT AUSTERITY AND THE CUTS
- CELEBRATE THOSE WHO KEEP BRITAIN WORKING
- MAKE MAY 1ST A PUBLIC HOLIDAY
|Thee Faction||Kevin Courtney (NUT DGS)|
|Lady Nade||Kerry McCarthy (MP)|
|Clayton Blizzard||Nigel Costley (SWTUC)|
|Terry Renshaw (UCATT – one of the Shrewsbury 24)|
|Eileen Turnbull (Researcher – Shrewsbury 24 Campaign)|
|Louise Raw (Labour Historian)|
More information can be found here
|May Day 2016 poster (A4) yellow background|
|May Day 2016 poster (A4) white background|
|May Day 2016 TU/Campaign Stall Application details|
Organised by Bristol Trades Union Council