UNITE AGAINST ALL THE CUTS
Assemble 12 noon Sat 23rd Feb.
All Saints Oxford Rd.
March departs at 12.30pm
We will march up Oxford Rd
Turn left at the Palace Hotel
Down Whitworth St West and Deansgate Locks
Right onto Deansgate and down to the Sawyers Arms
Right onto John Dalton St
Up to Albert Square for a rally
Short route for people with restricted mobility: March with us up Oxford Rd, past the Palace Theatre, (then on the pavement) up to St Peters Square, right onto Mount St and into Albert Square
Speak Out Against the Cuts!
In front of Manchester Town Hall.
Speakers from the Manchester and the Salford anti cuts campaigns, and the trades unions.
Manchester Councillors like Aftab Ahmed and Nasrin Ali who have said they ‘will be voting against the proposals for both of these local facilities’ are welcome to speak.
Communities and Unions Fightback!
Initiated and organised by Manchester Coalition Against Cuts. Supported by Manchester City Council Unite Branch; Salford and Manchester NUJ; Manchester Trades Council; Salford Against the Cuts. Save Levy Baths and Library Campaigns.
Why we are marching to Manchester Town Hall
‘Our union Unite will be marching in defiance of the large- scale programme of cuts to jobs,services and our communities and we dont want to be part of that legacy. Cuts affect real people and lives and services when gone are gone for ever.’ Jimmy Thornton, Branch Sec, Manchester City Council Unite Branch
‘What is important is that we want our council to serve us and not the government and we want our councillors to use their imagination, courage and political convictions to find a way to stand up for what they stood for when they were elected by us. The councillors who have already undertaken to reject this budget proposal should be supported by their councillor colleagues and the public and they should not be in the minority,’ Rachel Skelton, Save Levy Baths and Library Campaign.
PCS Samba Band will be ‘Drumming Up Support’ for the fight against the cuts. If you have a drum or an instrument join them on the march.
“We have met the Leader of the Council and members of the executive to make our position on these proposals absolutely clear. We will be voting against the proposals for both of these local facilities.” Levenshulme Labour Councillors, Aftab Ahmed and Nasrin Ali.