Category Archives: Events

Public events.

Corbyn and the Devolution Agenda

Hannah Mitchell Foundation is hosting an informal discussion on how the new Corbyn-led Labour Party could embrace a democratic devolution agenda. Following the launch of his ‘Northern Futures’ discussion there’s plenty of room for optimism! Please join us on Tuesday September 29th, between 6.00pm and 8.00pm, at The Albert pub, Huddersfield town centre (just opposite the central library). All welcome – and you can sign up as a member on the night!

Hannah Mitchell’s late summer garden party

Hannah’s Late Summer Garden Party

For members and friends of the Foundation: Saturday September 6th, 12.45 to around 17.30 at Bank Top, 90a Radcliffe Road, Slaithwaite, Huddersfield HD7 4EZ

Celebrate regional diversity – the theme is ‘Regional Delicacies’ – bring some, please! They don’t have to be ‘Northern’ – could be ‘world’

Admission is £5.

The Great Northern Garden Railway will be operating, under workers’ control

Food – drink – conviviality

THERE IS NO PARKING – please use the local bus (394/5 from Huddersfield departing .50 past each hour stops outside the door – ask for ‘Spring Terrace’) or train (also hourly from Huddersfield and Manchester Victoria) and walk up from Slaithwaite – about 10 mins. if coming by car please park in Slaithwaite, plenty of spaces in New Street car park.

Events Autumn 2014

We’ve quite a lot going on over the next few months:

Tuesday August 12th PRESTON: Scotland, the Referendum and the North

Open meeting at The Continental pub, South Meadow Lane PR1 8JP – organised with Red Pepper, Reid Foundation and Radical Independence Campaign.  Starts at 19.00 See news and press releases

Thursday September 11th LEEDS: The radical case for Northern Devolution. 19.30 Civic Hall, Leeds.

An open discussion on why the North needs its own devolution- whichever way Scotland votes!

Sunday September 21st: MANCHESTER (Labour Party Conference Fringe Event). 14.00 Town Hall Tavern, Tib Lane, Manchester (5 mins from conference centre)

Speakers include Cat Smith, Lee Sherriff, Linda Riordan (MP Halifax).