ukUncut1Hi, 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.


NHS leaflet October 2013 8 – this is the latest version of our local leaflet, if anyone wishes to use it.
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

UkCut2Red Rope Walk Details

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).

The next stage of the walk joins the Leicester Round Footpath and is hilly and very scenic with superb 360 degree views from Smeeton Hill. The high ground ends after we pass through the village of Gumley and the final stretch of the walk is easy walking over grasslands and back along the canal to Foxton Locks.Please bring some food to be eaten al-fresco. Any dogs must be kept under close control at all times due to livestock in the fields.For any further details and possible car share from Northampton, please contact Roger at – altstratgroup@gmail.com

NTUC Newsletter March

Hi, I am slowly getting the hang of writing blogs, but please bear with any errors of format and style!


Wed 20th March: Please support the PCS action by calling in on a picket line. They will be in the usual places, including Northgate House in Sheep St, the MOJ Bulk Centre in St Katherines St, the Job Centre in the Lower Mounts and the courts from 7.30. There will be a gathering for a photo call at some stage – we’ll try and get more details out later.

Sat 23rd March am: Help is needed for the NHS action on staff shortages, bed shortages etc at NGH, planned by Northampton Reclaim Our NHS group and supported by NADS and NTUC. There will be some street theatre with people dressed as doctors, nurses and patients, but if you don’t fancy that, people will be needed for the stall and giving out leaflets. Please contact Ron Mendel or Ben King. Details of event tbc.

Also on the 23rd :

The Labour Party has a conference on Education Policy 10 -12.30 at University of Northampton, Park Campus Sulgrave Building. Target participants are Labour Party members, Labour Party supporters, local educators. The purpose of the seminar is to consider current trends in education 5 – 19, and consider a Northampton contribution to national policy.There will be speakers and workshops on academies, the

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Other union news

Unite members: there will be a General Secretary Election Meeting at the Cotton Club, Main Rd Far Cotton, NN4 8EN on Wed 20th March at 7.30. All members welcome.

The FBU is campaigning against the Public Public Sector Pensions Bill which will raise the age of retirement for firefighters to 60. Yet its own report published earlier this year shows most firefighters cannot work safely until that age. More info from the FBU website.



Campaign Manager – Community, issued 07 Mar 2013. Salary/Hours: £27,919.87 P/A & Benefits. Full time. Location: Earls Barton, Northampton. Closing date: 22 Mar 2013 23:59 For details click here: Campaign Manager

Midlands Regional Organiser – The Musicians Union, issued 15 Mar 2013. Salary/Hours: £45,000 incl car (a full driving licence is an essential requirement). 37.5 hours per week. Location: Birmingham. Closing date: 08 Apr 2013 23:59. For details click Regional Organiser

Health and Safety

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Hazards at Work – get your copy now! The new edition of the TUC’s best-selling guide to health and safety at work it out now. It is used by reps, officers, employers, professionals in the field and even enforcement officers. Find out more, including how to get hold of your copy click here: Hazards at Work

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