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Day of Action: 30 November

Worcester pensions day of action WR1

Location: UK » West Midlands » WR

When: Wednesday 30 November 2011, 11:15am

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Where: Mealcheapen Street, Worcester WR1 2QT

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Worcester Trades Union Council presents
WORCESTER PENSIONS DAY OF ACTION
MARCH AND RALLY

The march meets at 11.15am at the Corn Market end of Mealcheapen Street,
Worcester city centre.
The march starts at 11.30am and will head along Worcester’s High Street
towards Tramps Nightclub, Angel Place, Worcester.

The rally begins at 12.30pm in Tramps Nightclub. Entrance is free, of
course. Tramps, which is next to Crowngate and Worcester’s Bus Station,
has a capacity of 1,300. This has the potential to be the largest N30
meeting in the West Midlands outside Birmingham. The speeches end at 1.30pm.
The bar will be open afterwards.

Tramps is 5 minutes’ walk from Foregate Street Railway Station. Turn left
as you leave, turn right at McDonalds and walk down St Nicholas Street.

Speakers

Ian Lawrence
Assistant General Secretary, NAPO, “the Trade Union and Professional
Association for Family Court and Probation Staff”

Max Hyde (Mrs)
National Executive, National Union of Teachers (NUT)

Charlie Sarrell
West Midlands Regional Secretary, UNISON, “Britain’s biggest public sector
trade union”

Kevin Greenway
National Executive Committee, Public & Commercial Services Union (PCS)

Information
Contact Bryn Griffiths: secretary@worcestertuc.org
Organisers: http://WWW.WORCESTERTUC.ORG
Parking: http://www.parkandride.net/worcester/worcester_frameset.shtml

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