Saturday, April 21, 2012

Monday's May Day Meeting In Chesterfield


        PUBLIC MEETING OF THE HANNAH MITCHELL FOUNDATION



TOPIC :  HOW TO OVERCOME THE NORTH-SOUTH DIVIDE

TIME :  1.30 pm

DATE :  MAY DAY, Monday 7th May

VENUE : Council Chamber of the North East Derbyshire District Council,
               Saltergate, Chesterfield

CHAIR : KEN CURRAN : Chair of the Sheffield Co-operative Party


SPEAKERS -

ROSIE SMITH : Youth Officer, North East Derbyshire Constituency Labour Party

GEOFFREY MITCHELL :  Editor of "The Hard Way Up", the autobiography of Hannah Mitchell

BARRY WINTER : Independent Labour Publications, Chair of the Hannah Mitchell Foundation

PAUL SALVESON : Author of "Socialism With A Northern Accent",
                               Secretary of the Hannah Mitchell Foundation



Entrance to the District Council Offices will be via the rear of the building.
On the Hannah Mitchell Foundation see - http://www.hannahmitchell.org.uk/

The two items below give details of the full May Day Programme at Chesterfield.

5 comments:

Keira said...

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Harry Barnes said...

Keira - I am just the old man shown in my profile.

vin said...

How's the work on Easington going?
Seems that sometimes my DPET e-mail get through but sometimes I get "no such user". I am using an address for you that ends 11@aol.com.
Sorry to abuse this medium but grateful if you could clarify
Vin

vin said...

Meant to include email address of Durham.Palestine@durham.ac.uk

Harry Barnes said...

Vin : You are using my old email address. I will send you an email to Durham Palestine which will have my new email address on it. I had an article published by the North East Labour History Journal last year on "The Birth of Easington Colliery" covering from the sinking of the pit in 1899 to the 1911 Census. I have submitted another article for this year's edition on "The Growth of Easington Colliery 1911-19". I have to decide whether to plough on.