online launch of this new research into local links to transatlantic enslavement; with Dr Angelina Osborne & Roger McKenzie – videos here
Sat 2nd July 2022 @ Mary McArthur Gardens, Cradley High Street; the Midlands TUC run this event annually on the first Saturday of July in Cradley Heath.
50th Anniversary of ‘The Battle of Saltley Gate’
This recorded meeting commemorates a remarkable working class victory which offers lessons for today’s labour movement.
Bro. Des Halestrap NATFHE delegate to WB&DTUC (1990s) died on 1st May 2020, aged 88.
John McDonnell MP, Shadow Chancellor is now a Confirmed speaker @ Birmingham Trades Union Council150th Anniversary EventSaturday 12th November 2016 Less than 30 places are left; tickets are £5 waged and […]
@Wolverhampton Art gallery Ends – 10 April 2016 A World to Win: Posters of Protest and Revolution presents a century of posters agitating for political change.
– A new folk ballad about Mary Macarthur and the women chainmakers Thursday 18th April 7.30pm – CRADLEY HEATH LIBRARY sold out
150 limited edition, numbered, anniversary (40mm) badges to this design of our banner have been produced, NOW available with special presentation card @ £5
It was standing room only at our 150 years celebration
– a short film exploring the final years of Bilston’s Elisabeth – the last of the great blast furnaces to grace the skyline of the Black Country.
A fundraising evening dedicated to MARY SEACOLE @ Heritage Centre, Clifford Street, Whitmore Reans, Wolverhampton, WV6 0AA Friday 11th October 2013 7.30pm til late speeches, buffet & dance
The men who wouldn’t go: some Wolverhampton reactions against 1st World War conscription. Saturday 22nd February 10am-4pm at the Tractor Shed Bantock House, Finchfield Rd, Wolverhampton WV3 9LQ
The Legacy of Hugo Chavez – Social Justice & Latin American Unity