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Monday 23 February 2015

Circular No. National Policy NP/32/15/BO

To the Secretary all Branches,
Council of Executive members,
Regional Councils and Regional Offices.

Dear Colleagues,

Claim the date for all these fantastic events

RMT members, as well as friends and family, are invited to attend and join a number of social and commemorative events this Summer. The 13th Annual RMT Cuba Garden Party, the Durham Miners' Gala, the Tolpuddle Martyrs Festival and the Burston Strike School Rally are all chances to celebrate RMT and other unions' history and recommit to preserving and extending our legacy:
 
The legendary RMT Cuba Garden Party on Wednesday 17th June – Celebrate the release of Miami Five and the achievements of the Cuban Revolution with music, special guest speakers, food and drink. Tickets to go on sale soon.
From 19.00 pm at Maritime House, Clapham, London.
Further information shortly on http://www.rmt.org.uk/home/

Durham Miners' Gala - from 8:30am on Saturday 11th  July
Marching from the Market Place to the Racecourse
With the Big Meeting taking place at the Racecourse from 12:15 - including addresses from a number of speakers.
Further information is at http://www.durhamminers.org/Gala.html

Tolpuddle Martyrs Festival - in Dorset over the weekend of Friday 17th to Sunday 19th  July. Includes commemorative events, music (including marching bands), kids' activities and speakers - with the main march and rally taking place on the Sunday. Nearest train stations are Dorchester and Dorchester South (both to the West of Bournemouth)
Further information is at http://www.tolpuddlemartyrs.org.uk/

Burston Strike School Rally - in Norfolk on Sunday 6th September
Help celebrate the longest running strike in history - there will be music (including a marching band) and speakers.
Nearest train station is Diss (to the South of Norwich)
Further information is at https://burstonstrikeschool.wordpress.com/the-rally/

Please bring RMT flags, banners and make some noise!
 
Yours sincerely,

 
Mick Cash
General Secretary