Mar 142012
 
London DPAC/Remploy workers meeting on:
TUESDAY 20th march
6.30-8pm
SCOPE OFFICES
6 MARKET RD
ISLINGTON
LONDON
N7 9PW
the offices are fully accessible, and are almost on the junction of market rd/caledonian rd. (NO BSL interpreters for this meeting -notes will be made available afterwards).
buses
274 – market rd      & 259, 91 and 17 – caledonian rd
nearest tube
caledonian rd (piccadilly line)       
5 mins walk.
parking is available by arrangement
room is booked under the name STEPHEN HODGKINS (thanks stephen) so please give his name on arrival.
Les Woodward (national organiser Remploy) will be speaking.

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  4 Responses to “DPAC/REMPLOY WORKERS MEETING LONDON MARCH 20th”

  1. Would any REMPLOY disabled workers, not the staff or management, like to talk to me about something relating to paid work for the disabled. I don’t have a physical disability, but mental health issues plus other conditions rather complex to explain here. Anyone who has time to discuss with me, please contact.
    Thanks
    D Maher

  2. The big problem of course Remploy has to work within the mandate of the government, I argued on TV and radio for the closure of Remploy in South Wales a few years ago with Peter Hain, sadly labour Wales did nothing then about the closures and not a single person has found work since.

    The problem is right now three political parties all have the same mandate and that is to cut, do not forget labour closed Remploy factories before the down turn.

    So I’m hearing now labour have decided to say nothing about the closure in case we remember what they did

  3. Hi linda is this meeting open to ex remploy workers if so please count me in,,, REMPLOY HAS NOT DONE ME OR ANY OF THE WORKFORCE ANY FAVOURS AND I DONT THINK THAT THEY HAVE DONE THEMSELVES ANY FAVOURS EITHER AS A COMPANY, TOTAL WASTE CLOSING FACTORIES LIKE THEY HAVE AND THEY STILL HAVE NOT LEARNT HAVE THEY?
    THANKS RAY
    FORMER REMPLOY BRIXTON WORKER

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