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Trades and Labour Club, Duke Street
7.30-9.00 Tuesday 8th January
Public meeting of Save Sheffield Early Years this Wednesday, 19th December, 5-7pm at the GMB offices on Norfolk Street (between the Post Office and Brown’s Bar).
Congratulations to parents, staff and supporters who went to protest against the devastating cuts in Early Years Provision threatened by Sheffield Council. See a short video here. Despite some very articulate and impassioned speeches from parents and staff, the Council Cabinet agreed to the proposals in principle but are now going to consult! The result of the consultation will go to full council in Feb which is too late for the organisations under threat. The good news was that the Green Party and Lib Dems will call it to scrutiny.
Trades and Labour Club, 200 Duke Street, 7.30 – 9.00 pm Tuesday 13th November
All supporters are welcome
On Wednesday 14th November there will be strikes in several European countries against austerity, and protests across the UK. In solidarity with these actions, Sheffield Trades Council has called a rally in front of the Town Hall in Sheffield, from 4.00 pm