5th of November – Call for Stewards for the Save Libraries March
Keith Martin writes:
Hi supporters of libraries, museums, galleries and all who work in them.
Attached is a letter in today’s Ham and High. It is published too in the Barnet Times and, I hope, in the Barnet Press and Camden New Journal, which has a wrap around publicising the National Libraries, Museums and Galleries demo on 5 November.
For this demo, which starts at 12 noon from The British Library and goes via The British Museum to the National Gallery, we shall have the Metropolitan Brass Band and the speakers include Michael Rosen. The march has a KIDS4LIBRARIES group.
The Metropolitan Police are allowing us to march on the roads, but they are stretched for resources marshalling another demo the same day and advised us to recruit our own stewards. This we are doing, and our aim is to have thirty yellow-clad volunteer stewards to maintain all our health and safety.
If you are willing to be one of these thirty stewards, please email me your name and email address (firstname.lastname@example.org), and I shall see that you receive a briefing on what is required.
The aim of the demo is to stop the cuts to our library, museum and gallery services, and to save the jobs of all who work in them.
There is a national crisis, and we are determined to achieve these aims.