Socialist Worker

Help us raise £175,000

Issue No. 1672

SOCIALIST WORKER'S appeal burst through the £100,000 mark this week. Now the total has reached £114,448.51. The money we received included £365 raised from a walk by 50 people around London's East End through the sites of great working class struggles like the Match Girls' strike in 1888. A walking tour round Manchester raised £214.

Collections amongst workers included £105 raised at the Rolls Royce plant in Bristol. The Barnsley education GMB branch sent a donation of £30. Donations also included £66 from supporters in Birkdale School in Huddersfield and £25 outside the city's post office, £21 from Newham council workers in London, £10 from workers in Birmingham's City Hospital and another £20 from those in the city's Selly Oak Hospital, £10 from workers in Sheffield's Byron Woods School and £22 from workers at Sheffield newspapers, £10 from union members at a CWU meeting in Manchester, £10 from Camden library workers and £20 from British Telecom workers in Streatham.

Make cheques payable to SW Appeal and send to SW Appeal, PO Box 82, London, E3 3LH. Phone 0171 537 2575 for credit card donations and inquiries.


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Sat 13 Nov 1999, 00:00 GMT
Issue No. 1672
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