In Uncategorized on May 15, 2012 at 9:14 am
We are Calderdale Save Our Services, a group of local trade unionists and community members working to defend jobs and services in the Calder Valley. We are busy campaigning against privatisation and cuts to services in Calderdale and we want you to get involved!
Calderdale SOS has taken part in the Campaign against Lansley’s NHS reforms and has been involved in building support for the Public Sector Pensions Campaign. Calderdale SOS is also active in campaigning against the Government enforced cuts to Public services.
Guest video from Occupy Wall Street
In Uncategorized on May 15, 2012 at 9:12 am
Wednesday 13th June 7.30pm
Planning Meeting and Annual General Meeting
Hebden Bridge Trades Club, Holme Street, HX7 8EE
We will also be deciding on a new Constitution for Calderdale SOS at the AGM. Click to read the proposed new Constitution and here to read the existing Constitution.
Open to all – Everyone Welcome!
Calderdale SOS NHS Group
Calderdale Save Our Services has established an NHS sub-group to take forward the campaign for the NHS in response to Lansley’s Health and Social Care Act. If you want to be involved in this group, please e-mail email@example.com for more information.
Please keep checking back as we will post details of future Public Meetings and Campaigns here.
If you would like us to keep you informed about what Calderdale SOS is doing by e-mail, please click below to send us an e-mail request:
We hope you will support us and get involved in Calderdale SOS’s Campaign Against the Cuts.
In Uncategorized on May 15, 2012 at 9:09 am
National Conference for NHS Supporters organised by Keep Our NHS Public and the NHS Support Federation
23rd June, 10.30am Friends Meeting House, Euston Rd London.
Click here for more information
Link to Save The NHS page
Public Sector Pensions Campaign May 10 Strike
Calderdale Council Job cuts
More than 250 Calderdale jobs to go in £3 million of cuts.
Council workers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland will have their pay frozen for a third consecutive year.
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