Monday, November 15, 2010

Croyodon Alliance for Public Services website:


Mark Serwotka, leader of the PCS civil servants union will be speaking on Wednesday 17 November at a public meeting called by the Croydon Alliance for Public Services.

This is an important meeting as the civil service employs 5,000 in Croydon, and if planned cuts go through thousands of jobs will go.

The Borders Agency is already losing 800 jobs with another 2,500 will go over the next three years.

Croydon Council is also planning to cut 2,000 jobs.

The combined effect on the local economy could be devastating.

However trade unions in Croydon do not plan to taking this lying down and are standing up for public services.

To hear more or become involved please come to the public meeting:

7pm, Wednesday 17 November
Ruskin House
23 Coombe Road

Nearest station: East Croydon
Nearest tram stop: East Croydon or George Street
Buses: 60, 166, 312, 403, 407, 412, 455, 466, 468.
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