Cornwall Anti-Cuts Meeting

Posted: April 26, 2011 in economics, social
This in from MK: The Cornwall Anti-Cuts Alliance is holding a public meeting at the Hall for Cornwall on Thursday 28th April at 7.30. It will bring together a range of speakers against the Conservative and Liberal Democrat cuts including representatives of a number of unions and community groups, as well as campaign groups such as Save The NHS.
A number of MK members are already actively involved with the Cornwall Anti-Cuts Alliance, including Cllr Stuart Cullimore who was recently elected Chairman of the organisation.
It would be great if as many MK members as possible could support this important event. We look forward to seeing you there.

Thank you

MK Campaign Team

Public Meeting: How The Cuts will Hurt You and How to Fight Them! 28th April, Truro
Organised by Cornwall Anti-Cuts Alliance
The first Public Meeting of Cornwall Anti-Cuts Alliance is coming up – this Thursday! It will take place at the Hall for Cornwall (Assembly Rooms), on the 28th April at 7.30pm.
The theme of the meeting will be the growing anti-cuts movement in Cornwall, discussing how best to try stop these cuts to jobs and public services. Speakers on the platform include representatives from local trade unions, as well as students from Truro College and Exeter University (Tremough Campus), and Cornwall-based campaigning organisations. The meeting is being supported by the CWU and NUT.
Cornwall ACA welcomes other organisations opposed to the cuts to join in. Please contact Secretary Chris Gibson on 01872 560 483, or for more information, or our Press Team at
Please forward this email, tweet it or post it on Facebook/your website. It is essential that as many as possible come and support this event in order to defend our communities from savage Con-Dem cuts.
On Twitter: @Kernowanticuts

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