The trade union movement will be holding this commemoration to mark this
international day highlighting deaths and illnesses caused by issues in the workplace.
We know that as austerity and cuts bite deeper we are all put under more pressure at
work with stress and depression being a common cause. At times of economic crisis we
as unions need to fight even harder for decent health and safety standards in our
Tuesday 28th April
12pm – 1pm. Garden between St Mary’s Street
and Bayley Lane at the rear of Drapers (formerly
Tuesday 28 April is International Workers Memorial Day. There will be a short ceremony and laying of wreaths/flowers – ‘Remember the Dead and Fight for the Living’. Meet at 12.00 noon in Bayley Lane at the side of the Council House.
Visit https://www.tuc.org.uk/workersmemorialday for further details.