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Merseyside Mayday Festival: A celebration of working class and grassroots solidarity

April 16, 2010

1st May 2010, 1-9pm, St. Luke’s Church & Gardens (“The Bombed-out Church”), Berry St./Leece St., Liverpool L1

Join us for eight hours of…

Live music from bands with something to say, including Al Baker and the Dole Queue and Liverpool Socialist Choir.

Speeches from workers in struggle, not politicians.

Open platforms where you can have your say or play your tune.

Good food from the Food from Nowhere café collective, Something Fishy’s vegan fish and chip van and The Casa’s kitchen. 

Inspiring stalls from grassroots community and activist groups (not parties chasing you for your vote).

Kids’ space with play workers from the Woodcraft Folk.

Plus programmes and free zines on the history of the Mayday tradition.

Facebook Event on http://tinyurl.com/merseysidemayday

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2 Comments
  1. Durruti permalink
    April 18, 2010 11:29 am

    Sounds good. Looking forward to it.

  2. Witheringstate permalink
    April 30, 2010 8:19 pm

    Will be there after the Union march which starts at the Pier Head 2.30pm. Save me a fishcake!

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