At long last we have a designated shortened route for the Birmingham March against the Lib Dem Conference from the TUC.
Message from the TUC
We are very pleased to announce that we have negotiated a shortened route for the March for the Alternative in Birmingham for participants who have mobility issues. The route takes people across Victoria Square and in front of the Birmingham Council House and rejoins the march at Colmore Row. At the beginning of the march there is also the ability for people to exit the march at the end of Berkley Street and return to the assembly point where there will be car parking available for those with disabilities.
On the map of the march route the shortcut is a red line between Hill Street and Colmore Row via Birmingham Council House.
Any other questions, please contact Gary O’Donnell at email@example.com
Disabled people who wish to be there for the static protest area designated outside the ICC please contact Gary O’Donnell firstname.lastname@example.org to get a pass/badge (you need this to get there)
from the Right to Work website–
We do not know of the accessibility details of the transport laid out for disabled people please check with below
Leeds – 9.30am, West Yorkshire Playhouse, http://yorklibdem2011.eventbrite.com/ 07980 316414
Leicester – Humberstone Gate, Leicester at 10 am, Contact Leicesterrtw@gmail.com or 07963703691 to book a seat.
York – 8.30am, Memorial Gardens Coach Pickup, Leeman Road, YO26 4ZF http://yorklibdem2011.eventbrite.com/ 07980 316414
After the march there is an invite from
WEST MIDLANDS RIGHT TO WORK
Right to Work rally
Unite the fights, build the resistance
Sunday 18 September, 3.30pm
Hosted by Midlands Region CWU.
@ CWU Office, 47 Summer Lane,
Birmingham B19 3TH
Refreshments will be available.
Venue is 5 mins from end of demo
Mark Serwotka PCS general secretary
John McDonnell MP
Billy Hayes CWU general secretary
Estelle Cooch Right To Work
Linda Burnip Disabled People Against Cuts
Maxie Hayles Black Activists Rising Against Cuts
Chair: Lee Barron
CWU Midlands regional secretary