Bristol Workers’ Day (May Day) 2019 – Pictures

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Bristol Radical History Festival 2018

Bristol Radical History Festival 2018


Sunday 6th May, 2018
M Shed , Bristol

Building on their success in 2017 the M Shed and Bristol Radical History Group are hosting another event on Sunday May 6th 2018 with more talks, walks, performance and stalls.

More details can be found at Bristol Radical History Festival 2018

Lobby of Council Budget Meeting – No More Cuts to Local Services

A protest organised by Bristol & District Anti-Cuts Alliance (BADACA)

Tuesday 20th February 2018
College Green, Bristol
Between 13:00 and 19:00

This protest is against the latest round of spending cuts proposed by Bristol City Council which threaten libraries, school crossing patrols, parks, arts funding and many other vital services.

Lobby outside council house from 1pm.

Two petitions will be presented to the council when it convenes at 2pm.

Protest outside council house from 5pm.

 

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Lobby of Bristol City Council Full Council Meeting – Stop the Cuts

A protest organised by Unite the Union and the Bristol People’s Assembly will be taking place this

Tuesday 13th September 2016,
College Green, Bristol at 5pm

Cuts are being forced upon the Council by the ideologically driven, free market agenda of the current Conservative Government, but notwithstanding this that the Council’s leadership and the leadership of Bristol must push back to Whitehall and oppose these cuts. Background information about the cuts can be found at Bristol City Council Redundancies

Bristol Trades Union Council (Bristol TUC)  opposes all cuts to jobs & services – we will campaign to defend all threatened jobs & services and believe that our local politicians should be fighting the cuts. Bristol Trades Union Council (Bristol TUC) urges all trade unionists to attend and show solidarity at the event for our fellow trade unionists who work tirelessly in the Council.