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March for Health, Homes, Jobs and Education

March for Health, Homes, Jobs and Education

Saturday 16 April 2016 at 13:00-18:00

March for Health, Homes, Jobs and EducationWe face a vicious government who prioritise only the richest in society, big business and the corporations. With the potential of 4 more years of a government who will continue dismantling the NHS, furthering the housing crisis, taking away workers rights, and attacking our education system - it's time to get back on the streets and to demonstrate the majority won't take it.

The Tories aren't going to back down easily so it's up to each and every one of us to get out and march for our Health, Homes, Jobs and Education.

Last year saw massive political shifts. After the devastating general election result, where the Tories gained a tiny majority, it became clear that that result did not reflect the views of the county.

Immediately after the election, protests, meetings, rallies and demonstrations took place up and down the country culminating in one of the biggest demonstrations in Britain for years with 250,000 people bringing London to a stand still on the End Austerity Now Demonstration organised by the People's Assembly.

Since then, the surge in support for anti austerity politics, being put forward by Jeremy Corbyn, is yet another indication that people are fed up with policies that only represent those at the top.

See you in London on April 16. Let's make this the biggest demonstration possible.  - See more at: http://stagingui.unite.awsripple.com/campaigning/events/march-for-health-homes-jobs-and-education/default.aspx#sthash.Awwt13DG.dpuf
See you in London on April 16. Let's make this the biggest demonstration possible.  - See more at: http://stagingui.unite.awsripple.com/campaigning/events/march-for-health-homes-jobs-and-education/default.aspx#sthash.Awwt13DG.dpuf

To find out about Unite organised transport from your region and to book a seat, please contact your regional coordinator:

  • East Midlands – Christine Morley
    Derby Derby Bus Station – Bay 29 (Unite Community Coach). Coach leaving at approximately 9.00am
    Nottingham Forest Recreational Ground on Gregory Boulevard, Nottingham. Coaches leaving at approximately 8.00am
    Leicester St John Street, Off Burleys Way, Leicester, LE1 3WL. Coach leaving at approximately 8.30am
    Chesterfield  Outside the Town Hall, Chesterfield. Coach leaving at approximately 8.00am
    Lincoln  High Street (with pick-up in Grantham). Coach leaving Lincoln at approximately 8.00am

  • London and Eastern - Ian Maidlow (Cambridgeshire, Luton and Norwich) and Mark Robinson (Suffolk and Essex)

  • North, East, Yorshire and Humberside – Sharron Lucas

  • North West – Felicity Taylor

  • South East - Kelly Tomlinson - other transport (not listed below) from South East areas please email Kelly asap
    Eastleigh
    Coach Pick-up
    - 10:15 a.m. outside Eastleigh train station
    Reserve your FREE place for Southampton or Eastleigh on Eventbrite: www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/spaaa-9907037190

    All enquires: Joe.Dukes@unitetheunion.org – 07803 136091

    Southampton - Coach1 is picking up at 9.30am outside the sea city museum, contact:  Ian.Woodland@unitetheunion.org
    Southampton - Southampton coach is picking up at 9.30am outside the sea city museum, contact: Ian.Woodland@unitetheunion.org
    Southampton - Coach2 is leaving sea city museum at 9.30am, with a 10:15am stop outside Eastleigh train station contact: Joe.Dukes@unitetheunion.org
    Milton Keynes - Trains to Euston. 11.07 out of MK Central - Virgin train to Euston, contact Phil.Treacy@unitetheunion.org
    Portsmouth - Portsmouth is picking up at 10am at the hard, 10.15 university and 10.30 at Unite office, contact: Joe.Dukes@unitetheunion.org
    Oxford - Coach will leave the BMW plant Oxford at 7.30am, contact Norman Gough: 07815 374770

  • South West – Katie Llewellin
    A coach will leave from Tony Benn House, Victoria Street, Bristol BS1 6AY at 9am.
    There will be a pick up in Swindon, just off Junction 15 of the M4 at 9.30am. The pick-up point is the bus stop outside of the Service Station on the A4259, opposite the Sun Inn Pub.
    Transport is free for Members, their friends and their family.
    Unite SW are also paying for members to travel on their local trades council coach and so far we have the following details:
    Plymouth - pick up point: Home Park - park and ride, departure time: 7am, pick up point: Dartmoor Lodge Hotel, Peartree Cross, Ashburton
    departure time: 7.20am, departure time from London: Not yet confirmed.
    Yeovil - pick up point: Yeovil Bus Station, departure time: 9am, departure time from London: 4pm

  • West Midlands – John Walsh
    Birmingham - John Walsh, 0121 643 6221 Petra.Cisse@unitetheunion.org    
    West Bromwich - Frank Keogh, 0121 553 6051 Sallie.O'Prey@unitetheunion.org   
    Coventry - Des Quinn, 02476 227 361 Tracey.Bowron@unitetheunion.org
    Stoke - Neil Salter, 01782 219 800, Carol.Baggaley@unitetheunion.org
    Wolverhampton - Andy Taylor, 01902 426 434, Michelle.Cregeen@unitetheunion.org
    Worcester - Chris Purvis, 01905 24894, Angela.Acquah@unitetheunion.org

Resources

See you in London on 16 April. Let's make this demonstration the biggest possible.

See you in London on April 16. Let's make this the biggest demonstration possible.  - See more at: http://stagingui.unite.awsripple.com/campaigning/events/march-for-health-homes-jobs-and-education/default.aspx#sthash.Awwt13DG.dpuf
West Midlands – John Walsh contact: john.walsh@unitetheunion.org
See you in London on April 16. Let's make this the biggest demonstration possible.  - See more at: http://stagingui.unite.awsripple.com/campaigning/events/march-for-health-homes-jobs-and-education/default.aspx#sthash.A5YOnj02.dpuf

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