Friday, April 01, 2016

April Activities

NORTH LONDON - Street Stall 
Saturday, April 2, 2016
11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
In front of the Co-op
11-19 Junction Road, Archway,
London 
N19 5QT
A few minutes from Archway tube on the Northern line

LONDON HEAD OFFICE - Public Lecture
Leftovers: An illustrated tour of the remains of East Germany
Sunday, 3 April - 3.00pm. 
 A talk by Keith Scholey

CENTRAL LONDON – Public Meeting: Why Bother Voting?
Open discussion meeting facilitated by London North East candidate Bill Martin
 Thursday, 14 April - 8.00pm
Venue: The Cock Tavern (upstairs in the Function Room),
23 Phoenix Road, Somers Town,
London 
NW1 1HB

CANTERBURY - Street Stall
Saturday, 16 April -  from 12.00 noon
In the Parade pedestrian precinct
About 8 minutes walk from Canterbury East rail station and 10 minutes walk from Canterbury West rail station

LONDION ASSEMBLY ELECTION HUSTINGS
Organised by Friends of the Earth
Saturday 23rd April, 5pm – 7:30pm
Venue: St Mark’s Church Hall (Lower Hall)
St Mark's Rise
Colvestone Crescent
London E8 2NL, 

LONDON HEAD OFFICE Guest Talk
The 1916 Dublin Easter Rising
A talk by guest speaker Dr Ivan Gibbons
Sunday, 24th April - 3:00pm.  

DONCASTER – Public Debate - How Can We Oppose the Trade Union Bill?
Saturday, 30th April - 1:00pm
Debate between Tosh McDonald (Labour
Party/ASLEF member, and Bill Martin (SPGB)
Venue: The Brewery Tap,
7 Young Street,
Doncaster DN1 3EL




Join us to discuss socialism and  a world of common ownership and democratic control without the state, leaders, nations, war or money


1 comments:

ajohnstone said...

Stall in Archway. So, 6 of us in all turned up for a two hour stall up in Archway. Not the busiest place in the world, but friendly enough, and at least the sun was out. We shifted three or four pamphlets (including our ancient pamphlet about Ireland, we may need to expect angry letters).

I was asked what whether we thought Jeremy Corbyn was a genuine socialist, and I replied whatever he is, he is a member of the decidedly non-socialist Labour Party, and that we're better off outside arguing our case than compromising within the Labour party. The lady called me an optimist and took a leaflet. At least she took a leaflet.
Some members went putting leaflets through letter boxes, and we plan to meet-up on Thursday to leaflet in Tufnell Park (18:30 hrs at the station, anyone welcome).