Events

ken_loach.jpg20th October 19:30 - 20:30 - Bath Assembly Rooms

16-18 Gates Green Rd, BR4 9JW Bath, Somerset

From Cathy Come Home to I, Daniel Blake film-maker Ken Loach has been directing for fifty years. How does his vision around urban development, social housing and employment resonate in the city of Bath, his home for many years? How can complexities around housing and jobs be resolved in the complex, heritage-driven landscape of a UNESCO city? Ken Loach will talk about these themes and then offer the discussion to the audience.

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Festival of the Future City

20th October 19:30 - 20:30 - Bath Assembly Rooms 16-18 Gates Green Rd, BR4 9JW Bath, Somerset From Cathy Come Home to I, Daniel Blake film-maker Ken Loach has been...

Friday, 13 October 2017 - 12:30pm to 7:30pm - Guildhall, Bath

  • The main aim is to act as a forum where local people, communities, organisations and businesses that make up the City of Bath can work together for the common good of the City;
  • To act as a catalyst for sharing ideas, generating innovation and driving improvements that benefit the City and its communities;
  • To generate a greater sense of shared purpose across our communities in Bath, enabling communities to address local need;
  • To provide a forum where public services can share approaches to new initiatives, well in advance of decisions being taken
  • To act as a `champion' and ‘voice’ for Bath residents, businesses and communities

The Sixth Bath City Conference will take place at The Guildhall in Bath on 13th October 2017.

The theme for the 2017 Conference of ‘Building a Stronger Bath’, which will have a focus on:

  • Housing
  • Economic Development/Business
  • Stronger Communities

The desired outcomes are:

  • To provide information that is relevant to the people who live and work in Bath and the wider Bath and North East Somerset district.
  • To provide an opportunity for local organisations to promote themselves and to network.
  • To share best practice
  • To encourage feedback on the issues that matter most to the people and work in Bath to inform the discussions of the Bath City Forum and share with the Council and other partners.

Bath City Conference Website

Bath City Conference

Friday, 13 October 2017 - 12:30pm to 7:30pm - Guildhall, Bath The main aim is to act as a forum where local people, communities, organisations and businesses that make up...

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Saturday 30 September - 11am:2pm

Labour Party Office - 136a Walcot Street, Bath

To make the coffee morning a success, we need lots of cakes to sell – of any sort from sponge to brownies – and we need your help to bake them. Beguiled by the splendour of The Great British Bake Off, we also intend to hold a baking competition with a £2 entry fee. If you would like help with the baking or enter the competition please email info@bathlabourl.org.uk by 23 September.
Of course, the main way you can help is to come along on 30 September and buy some cakes!

 

MacMillan Coffee Morning

Saturday 30 September - 11am:2pm Labour Party Office - 136a Walcot Street, Bath To make the coffee morning a success, we need lots of cakes to sell – of any sort...

Lambridge Ward Group
Thursday 21st Sept - 7:30 Bladuds Head, all welcome

MacMillan Coffee Morning
Saturday 30 September 11am-2pm at the Labour Party Office - 136a Walcot Street, BathTo make the coffee morning a success, we need lots of cakes to sell – of any sort from sponge to brownies – and we need your help to bake them. Beguiled by the splendour of The Great British Bake Off, we also intend to hold a baking competition with a £2 entry fee. If you would like help with the baking or enter the competition please email info@bathlabourl.org.uk by 23 September.
Of course, the main way you can help is to come along on 30 September and buy some cakes!

Policy Workshop
Saturday 21st Oct 10.00am - 1.00pm
Friends Meeting House, York St, Bath BA1 1NG

The aim of the workshop is to explore ways in which members can contribute to policy making in the Party and  start to discuss local issues and policies  with a view to the Bath and NE Somerset Council elections in 2019.

E N & W Branch AGM
Monday 16th October 7:30 Milsom Room, Manvers Street Baptist Church and Open House Centre, BA1 1JW

Bath CLP AGM and General Assembly
Monday 20th November 7:30 - Venue to be arrange

Meeting dates

Lambridge Ward GroupThursday 21st Sept - 7:30 Bladuds Head, all welcome MacMillan Coffee MorningSaturday 30 September 11am-2pm at the Labour Party Office - 136a Walcot Street, BathTo make the coffee...

Dispossession - The Great Social Housing Swindle

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St Andrews Church, Hawthorn Grove, Foxhill


Tickets £3 on the door

 

Followed by a Q & A session with a panel, including special guest Ken Loach

Dispossession

Dispossession - The Great Social Housing Swindle Thursday 17th August 8 pm St Andrews Church, Hawthorn Grove, Foxhill Tickets £3 on the door   Followed by a Q & A...

Meeting Dates

Foxhill Fights On -  Friday 4th August, 7pm Foxhill Community Centre, Hawthorne Grove, BA2 5QA. Open to anyone who would like to show their support to the residents and who would like to find out what they can do to help their fight.

South Branch - Monday 7th August - 7:30 The Hadley Arms North Rd, Combe Down, BA2 5DH

E N & W Branch - Monday 14th August 7:30 Purnell Room, Manvers Street Baptist Church and Open House Centre, BA1 1JW

Women's Event - Thursday 24th August 2017 from 7:30pm Hall & Woodhouse, Old King St, Bath, BA1 2JW

Bath CLP General Assembly - Monday 18th September 7:30 - Venue To be arranged

E N & W Branch AGM - 7:30 Milsom Room, Manvers Street Baptist Church and Open House Centre, BA1 1JW

Bath CLP AGM and General Assembly - Monday 20th November 7:30 - Venue to be arranged

Meeting Dates

Meeting Dates Foxhill Fights On -  Friday 4th August, 7pm Foxhill Community Centre, Hawthorne Grove, BA2 5QA. Open to anyone who would like to show their support to the residents...

The Bath Labour Party Communication team will be meeting in the Party Office in Walcolt Street at 7:30 on Monday 17th July.

Anyone interested in being involved in communication Bath Labour’s message is welcome to attend. People with the following skills are particularly welcome:

  • Social Media, Facebook and Twitter
  • Writing articles and content for website
  • Organising meetings and event
  • Most important – new ideas and enthusiasm

Hope to see you there

 

Lesley Bees
Communications Officer

Communications Team

The Bath Labour Party Communication team will be meeting in the Party Office in Walcolt Street at 7:30 on Monday 17th July. Anyone interested in being involved in communication Bath...

busses.jpgThe changes to the 6/7 Bus timetables have cause disruption to the residents of Fairfield Park and Larkhall. This issue is due to be discussed again by the Council on Thursday 13th July.

Bath Labour Party members will be outside the Guildhall from 5.30 to request that the Council re-instate the previous timetable. Please come along and give your support. There will be someone in the Party office in Walcot Street from 5 -5.15pm to handout banners. We will also be in the office on Tuesday 11th April making banners, please join us if you are free from 7pm.

Save the 6/7 Bus Demo - Thursday 13th July

The changes to the 6/7 Bus timetables have cause disruption to the residents of Fairfield Park and Larkhall. This issue is due to be discussed again by the Council on...

Bath Labour General Assembly (GA) - Monday 3rd July

Friends Meeting House, York St, Bath BA1 1NG

The date and time of the meeting is unchanged, and will commence as planned on Monday 3rd July 2017, at 7.30pm.


There will be elections for Vice Chair, Membership Secretary and a Fundraiser

Also elections for members to represent us at the 2017 Labour Party Conference, is you want you can nominate yourself at the meeting.

It is important that you remember to bring along your current Membership Card.


Speech or behaviour of an abusive or discriminatory nature, is completely unacceptable and will not be tolerated at Labour Party meetings.  It is the duty of anyone who sees or hears any such speech or behaviour to draw it immediately to the chair’s attention.

CLP meeting 3rd July

Bath Labour General Assembly (GA) - Monday 3rd July Friends Meeting House, York St, Bath BA1 1NG The date and time of the meeting is unchanged, and will commence as...

Tuesday 4th July
Save Weston-super-Mare General Hospital Accident and Emergency Department
There will be an action at the hospital on 4th July at 9.00 am. Speakers confirmed so far are Tim Taylor (Labour candidate for Weston).
 

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Malcome X Community Centre
141 City Rd
Bristol
BS2 8YH
Mark Serwotka (PCS general secretary) plus speakers from Bristol People's Assembly, Unite Community, Acorn (the community union), Bristol Trades Council.
 
 
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The Bedminster Energy Group has several interesting events planned for the coming weeks in the Snug, Tobacco Factory:                    
Tuesday 11th July
Sustainable Transport and Behaviour Change:
 Neil Matthews and Katie Aartse-Tuyn
                                                                                              
Tuesday 18th July
Energy Projects and the Planning System
: Ed Romaine
 
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Friday 4th August
Grenfell Tower Fundraising
Ujima Radio a multi award winning community radio station who have been broadcasting for 9 years, our remit is to promote African & Caribbean heritage throughout Bristol. Over the years we've supported several events, fundraiser and Charities locally and have worked with NHS Blood & Tranfusion, Save The Children, Oxfam.
After a meeting we felt the need to show support and solidarity for the victims that have been effected by this tragedy, so we've brought together some of the leading DJ's & Artists in the city to organise a fundraising for the victims. We were keen to help wherever financial support is required and are liaising directly with those on the ground, as we know there has been a overwhelming donations of food & clothes from the public. All performers have waived there fee enabling us to raise as much as we possible can for this night, local radio have also given there support & a number of business to.
 
A date has been agreed of Friday 4th August 2017 at the Trinity Center doors open 10pm - 4am, ticket will be on sale for £10 available from local outlets online from  www.trinitybristol.org.uk

Events from Unite Community

Tuesday 4th July Save Weston-super-Mare General Hospital Accident and Emergency Department There will be an action at the hospital on 4th July at 9.00 am. Speakers confirmed so far are...

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