Thursday, 27 December 2007

January Meeting

Thursday 10th January 2008
Coach & Horses Pub, Oxford Street, Wellingborough at 8pm
Informal meeting to welcome in the New Year, flesh out plans for future activities and public meetings inc.
Holocaust Memorial Event
(see previous post for more details)

Thursday, 6 December 2007


Holocaust Memorial Event
A public meeting is planned for January the 31st at 7.30pm
@ The Victoria Centre on Palk Road, Wellingborough
N.B Venue now confirmed

This will be a Holocaust Memorial Evening entitled:

"Five Steps to Tyranny:
Could you commit genocide?

~ A showing of the acclaimed BBC documentary ~
~ Followed by discussion and debate ~

If you have ideas for future meetings or can suggest guest speakers please email

Please come along and bring your friends too.

Friday, 30 November 2007


The next meeting will be on December the 5th at 8.30pm
The Venue will be the Coach and Horses pub on Oxford St. Wellingborough
The purpose is to discuss the progress so far and future activities for the new year.

Please come along and let others know too.

N.B. There was some confusion over dates, this is the correct one now, double check your diaries!

Wednesday, 26 September 2007

The truth on why we waged war in Iraq, and why we must find a way out

Tony Clarke (previously Labour MP for Northampton South, who is now an Independent Councillor in Northampton) will be speaking at an Independent Socialists in Wellingborough public meeting on "The truth on why we waged war in Iraq, and why we must find a way out".

The meeting will be held on Thursday November 8th 2007 at 7.30 pm in the Victoria Centre, Palk Road, Wellingborough.

Sunday, 9 September 2007

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