Amnesty International: the Chelmsford Branch of Amnesty International meets at 8pm on the second Tuesday of the month at Friends Meeting House, Rainsford Road, Chelmsford. The Secretary is Barrie Hay, 12 Estella Mead, Chelmsford CM1 4XH.
Chelmsford City Council provides general information on Chelmsford and Council activities.
Chelmsford Chronicle:the Essex Chronicle’s website contains considerable information about Essex including a number of non-profit making community organisations’ websites. The Essex Chronicle publishes regular reports of the Trades Council’s activities.
Chelmsford Co-operative Party: Contact: Malcolm Wallace.
Chelmsford Fairtrade Town Campaign A very active group that achieved Fairtrade Town status in 2005. View its website.
Chelmsford Labour Party Secretary: Maurice Austin, Tindal Lodge, 11 Valletta Close, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 2PT
Chelmsford Society: the town’s local amenity society; founded in 1962 to monitor and influence the development of Chelmsford, it has been described as Chelmsford’s "Watchdog Society". If you wish to take an effective interest in the town, in its appearance and cleanliness, history and preservation, architecture, shopping and entertainment facilities, transport, roads and car parking, future planning and land use, riverbanks and trees, then contact the Honorary Secretary, 80 Broomfield Rd, Chelmsford CM1 1SS.
Essex County Council:: contains a page for job vacancies and a wealth of information to promote our county.
Friends of the Earth: Friends of the Earth (Chelmsford & Mid Essex), is a thriving branch. Its objective is to help to maintain and improve our local environment and support national/international issues. If you would like more information contact John Hill.
Transition Chelmsford.Transitioning is a community-led response to the challenges of climate change and peak oil. The emphasis is on making the most of local resources and local people, and building resilience.
United Nations Association: for information on what is happening in Chelmsford contact Jean Johnson, 17 Waterhouse Street, Chelmsford CM12TY.
UNICEF: for information on local activity contact Jan Wallace.
Child Poverty Action Group: committed to ending child poverty.
Incomes Data Services:an independent organisation, it provides information on pay, pensions, employment, law and personnel policies to business, government and unions.
Ruskin College, Oxford: the college has had links with the Trade Union Movement since it was established in 1899.
Campaign for Better Transport : The UK’s leading authority on sustainable transport. It champions transport solutions that improve people’s lives and to reduce environmental damage. It campaigns to push innovative, practical policies at local and national levels.
War on Want: Fights poverty in developing countries in partnership and solidarity with people affected by globalisation. It campaigns for workers’ rights and against the root causes of global poverty, inequality and injustice.
Workers’ Educational Association: the largest voluntary provider of adult education in the UK.
Workers’ Beer Company If you want to have fun and raise funds for your trade union or campaigning organisation then have a look at this website.