Reject the Devo Manc NHS Trojan Horse. Support the mass protest on Sunday 29th March against the break up of the NHS in England, and its imposition without any reference whatsoever to the views of the general public.
The PEOPLE of GM must have a REFERENDUM on the DevoManc deal.
At the junction of Oxford Road and Deansgate, near Fred Dibnah statue. Aims to raise awareness of the impact of climate change and danger of Fracking.
Speakers & others invited including Yasmin Qureshi MP. Djemba Drummers, Enviro Ellie, Childrens' Entertainer and lots more...
Supported by: Bolton Trades Council, Friends of the Earth, Campaign against climate change, the Green Party, Ecotricity, Eco-schools...
Followed in the evening by a climate change awareness night at the Socialist Club from 7.30pm
Neil Gore plays Ricky Tomlinson in the turbulent true story of the 1972 Builders Strike. The events surrounding the infamous industrial battle still make headlines to this day, and forty-two years on, the Shrewsbury 24 Campaign, led by picket-turned-actor Ricky Tomlinson, is still seeking to overturn the unjust prosecution of 24 building workers. United We Stand tells the story behind the dispute using folksong, political skits and cabaret routines to give a satirical account of the strike and the court cases that followed. Townsend Productions' entertaining theatrical style creates a production in a way that is both compelling and thought-provoking, with popular and political songs arranged by John Kirkpatrick.