Hi, the pics are from a very successful UK Uncut protest last Saturday about cuts to legal aid. Chron coverage at http://www.northamptonchron.co.uk/news/politics/cuts-protestors-block-off-northampton-street-1-5560275
National coverage of the events around the country: https://www.facebook.com/ukuncut
14th October Monday 7.15: Old Black Lion, 1, Black Lion Hill, Northampton Alliance to Defend Services meeting to discuss the way forward. Let Ron know by Sat evening if you will be there as it will only go ahead if there is adequate attendance.
20th October Sunday: Red Rope Walk. Meet at 10.30 a.m. at the LONG STAY car park at Foxton Locks, near Market Harborough, G.R.
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SP 691 895, (LE16 7RA), Parking Fee £1.50, for an 8 mile circular walk. More details below.
Ron has written a report on the NCC Unison demo, the Conservative Party Conference Manchester demo and also on the Nene Commissioning/Healthwatch ‘consultation’ event held this week. Please could everyone read it. His conclusions on the health event are very important, as they confirm that cuts are likely to be made and also that budgetary constraints may be used to justify the privatisation of health services. REPORT FOR NTUC NEWSLETTER 2.
Risks 625 – 5 October 2013 Health and Safety newsletter – 5 October 2013 http://www.tuc.org.uk/workplace/tuc-22666-f0.cfm
EBIS HSE has a whole range of useful H&S booklets including Manual Handling: http://www.ebis-hse.com/Safety_Booklets_s/1630.htm
The Age and Employment Network (TAEN) newsletter for midlife and older workers: http://taen.org.uk/uploads/resources/TAEN_Newsletter_Sept_131.pdf
After a short walk along the Grand Union Canal we will arrive at Foxton Locks, an amazing complex of ten locks with balancing ponds constructed in 1814 and the remains of a steam powered incline barge lift that was in use from 1900 to 1911. The walk then passes through rolling pasture land via Lubenham,and on to Saddington with a possible pub stop (no own food).