turn out for UNISON march against the cuts
Stop the Cuts - Public Works:
Rally to defend public services
Glasgow, Saturday 10 April
The next key event in our campaign calendar
will be the stop the cuts March and Rally in Glasgow on 10 April.
Assemble from 9.30am at Kelvin Way next to Kelvingrove Park for
march off around 10am
Rally in Park at 11am
Lots of fun stuff for children too
March and Rally - Map and details
the Cuts - UNISON March & Rally - Glasgow 10 April 2010
in a larger map
Assemble (green marker) from 9.30am in
Kelvin Way for march off at about 10am.
March Route (in blue) via Gibson Street,
Woodlands Road, Great Western Road, Byres Road and University
Avenue back to Kelvin Way
End of march - Kelvin Way - enter park
11am Rally in Kelvingrove Park.
Rally plus fun stuff for kids will be held on grassy slope
below Park Circus (pink marker)
Come and join us
The weather forecast is for sunshine in Glasgow on Saturday.
And you couldn’t do much better than to spend some of it
with friends and colleagues from UNISON demonstrating your support
for the services that our members provide. Join us at Kelvin Way
at 9.30 on Saturday 10 April. Bring your family and friends, there’s
plenty for children to do too – bouncy castle, face painting,
story telling, balloons, beat the goalie – and of course
everything that Kelvingrove Park has to offer.
Why you should demonstrate on Saturday
Public services should not suffer because of the bank
bailout. Our members didn't cause the crash, and neither did the
people we serve every day in our communities.
Cuts will damage recovery from recession; cuts will
hit public services we all depend on; cuts will threaten our members
and their families.
This demonstration is your chance to tell the politicians
of all parties at all levels - in Westminster, in Holyrood and
in your area - that we will not accept cuts in our vital public
services to bail out the fat cats.
Check the UNISON Scotland blog http://unison-scotland.blogspot.com
for more details.
Contact your branch, or get in touch with us
at UNISON Scotland 0845 355 0845
if you need more information, including transport details.
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