Monday 1st May 2017 May Day Wolverhampton Workers’ Day

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 annual May Day celebrations Monday 1st May 2017

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doors open 6-45pm bouncy castle, mehndi hand-painting, bar and stalls, later free food


Beryl Jones RMT – Save the Guard

Graham StevensonWMidlands Combined Authority Mayor candidate Communist Party of Britain

Avtar Sadiq Gen Sec Indian Workers Association (GB)

 + Bob Simm, sacked Wolverhampton PCS rep

  Facebook event


Headline Act:

The Bricklin Delta Blues Band  –  blues with attitude


  bricklin delta blues

originally formed at Wolverhampton Poly – listen to them on



plus Tim Martin

Black Country protest singer songwriter

hear him on 







Reckless bboy crew from Wolverhampton initially founded in Heath Town in 1982.Now a second generation has arrived.

Reckless bboys



One Love International reggae sound system have been long time supporters of Wolverhampton May 1st events  and will again be playing


This year is the 125th anniversary of the first Wolverhampton May Day in 1892


doors open 6-45pm

venue: Pegasus Banqueting Suite, Jackson Street, Whitmore Reans, Wolverhampton WV6 0QQ

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free veggie curry for all – the Indian Workers Association prepares and serves over 200 free meals at the event around 8pm




 Mrs P Patel of Bilston will be once again giving free mehndi from opening until the free food is served 


from 6.45pm to 8.30pm free supervised bouncy castle




1st May stalls:

Left Books

Morning Star – daily paper of the Left “I would encourage everybody to read it” – Jeremy Corbyn

Outreach 4 Wton (homeless outreach group)


Wolverhampton Cuba Solidarity

UNITE the union Community branch

Wolverhampton Amnesty group

Friends of the Women Chainmakers

Wolverhampton Palestine Solidarity Campaign

Walsall-Kobar Palestine Solidarity

Wolverhampton UNISON 

Indian Workers Association

Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI)

Wolverhampton Communist Party

Socialist Workers Party

Stand up to Racism / Unite Against Fascism



  is proudly sponsored by local branches of:

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Click here for details of all Midlands May Day events:

Sat 29th April   Coventry, Mansfield

Sun 30th April  Derby

Mon 1st May     Telford, Chesterfield & Wolverhampton


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