Chelmsford TUC

Established 1899

Welcome to the Chelmsford & District Trades Union Council website

Chelmsford & District Trades Union Council is affiliated to the Trades Union Congress (TUC) and the Essex County Association of Trades Councils.

Its membership is made up of delegates from mainly locally based trade union branches that are affiliated to the TUC. Its aim is to promote the objectives of the TUC and to defend the interests of trade unionists and their families within Chelmsford.

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CHELMSFORD TUC SUPPORTS THE JUNIOR DOCTORS.

WORKERS’ MEMORIAL DAY

- a regular event on our annual calendar.

Chelmsford TUC has a proud record of attending various Careers Day events in local schools. Here we are at Brentwood School where we distributed hundreds of leaflets promoting trade unionism.

PUBLIC RALLY 2016.

Our guest speakers were Junior Doctor Ananna Rahman and Mehmet Aksoy from the Kurdish Solidarity Movement.

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NEWS FROM OUR MOVEMENT

APRIL 2016 GENERAL MEETING

10 April 2016: At the April meeting of Chelmsford TUC delegates, once again, reiterated their support for the Junior Doctors strike and prepared themselves for a busy few weeks. Two events will be held on April 28 - Workers’ Memorial Day. The first will commence at 12.30pm in Central Park, close to the lake and railway viaduct. The guest speakers will be Mark Barter from Unite and Kam Singh from Thompsons Solicitors. We will also have a health & safety poster display in Remembrance Square outside Chelmsford library. In the evening at 7.30pm a rally will be held at Christ Church. The guest speakers will be Junior Doctor Ananna Rahman, Charlotte Bence, Unite Young Workers’ Committee, and Mehmet Aksoy from the Kurdish Solidarity Movement.

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