Monday, 29 November 2010

The resistance continues and grows!

After a packed out delegates meeting last week (not far off 50 present from many organisations and groups) plenty of anti-cuts activities coming up.
3rd Dec. Save Brightstart Public Meeting 7:30pm, Hanover Room, Brighthelm centre.
7th Dec. East Sussex Stop the Cuts Lobby in support of education workers being cut. 9am Lewes, County Hall. Please do try to make it across from Brighton for this one.

7th Dec. East Sussex Stop the Cuts Public Meeting 7:30pm Eastbourne Town Hall.
7th Dec. Right To Work Public Meeting, Green Jobs 7:30pm Friends Meeting House Ship Street
8th Dec. Keep Portslade Academy Free/Stop the Cuts joint meeting. 7:30pm Mile Oak Community Centre, Chalky Road, Portslade.

There is leafleting around Portslade the next 2 Sundays, 28th and 5th to build in the community for this meeting. We need help with this! Email if you can help.

15 Dec. Keep the Post Public National Rally and Lobby 11.00 a.m. - 2.00 pm Central Hall, Westminter

If you live in Hove or Kemptown Parlimentary Constituences and can help arrange a surgery with your MP regarding the Royal Mail get email

16th Dec. Lobby of Brighton Council in support of Brightstart Nursery. Motion on the future the of the nursery is being put to the council that day so maximum support needed. Meeting 3:30pm Kings House to march to Hove Town Hall. To get a seat in the council chamber for the bright start debate, please submit a public question on the issue to Mark Wall at Democratic before noon on 9th december .that will get more supporters in and free up the public gallery for bright start parents and staff.

If you can, contact you councillors before the 16th and ask them to pop down to Brightstart, so they can see the service they are voting on closing.
10th Jan. Next full Stop the Cuts delegates meeting. Provisionally the 7:30pm Caxton Arms, North Gardens but this may change as the room is getting so crowded.
22nd Jan. National Shop Stewards Network Conference – Fight the Cuts 12pm South Camden Community Centre, London.

Also discussed and decided to print a poster campaign detailing arguments against the cuts to go up around town. Window posters to be given out, a reprint of the newsletter with more up to date dates and the website will be put together.

A local women against the cuts group has set up in Brighton, contact or, for more info and check out the national site at

We need more funds! Pip Tindall is bringing together a group to get fund raising ideas together, email her at if you have ideas/want to help.


Anonymous said...


Love from Brighton Occupational Lecture Hall...

GET READY FOR TUESDAY!! Its going to be big..we're making a splash

CWU said...

Thanks for mentioning our Keep the Post Public campaign.
Here are full details of the December 15 rally:
We''ve linked to your post and will link to other bloggers who support the campaign: