March from Ellesmere Green to TUC rally

Deep, rapid spending cuts will hit the vulnerable, undermine vital services and threaten both private and public sector jobs.

The Public Sector did not cause this crisis.

We, the public say:

Hands off our schools, our hospitals, our benefits, our homes, our public services, our pensions.

Join us at a regional protest and rally being organised by the Yorkshire & Humber TUC and let your voice be heard.

23rd October 2010 12:30-15:00pm – Sheffield city centre – meet outside the Town Hall

Speakers to be confirmed.

Trades Unions and Trades Union Councils are asked to mobilise support and bring along banners.

If you need further details about the rally, please contact: Yorkshire & Humber TUC on 0113 242 9696

Join the march from Ellesemere Green to the TUC Rally in town.

Assemble at 11.30am – to set off at 11.45am

This Government has not got a mandate for this programme of vicious cuts Deep and sudden spending cuts will hit the most vulnerable, undermine vital services and threaten both private and public jobs.

Contact 07715 010 962 for further details about the march from Ellesmere Green.

March from Ellesmere Green to Town Hall TUC rally
11:30am to 3:00pm Saturday 23 October 2010

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