From our communities to our economy, from industry to our public services, Labour is committed to rebuilding Britain for the many, not the few.
We have a plan to rebuild Britain. Rebuilding industry. Rebuilding opportunity for workers. Rebuilding our communities. Rebuilding our economy. Rebuilding our public services. Rebuilding for people, not for profit. Rebuilding for families, not for investors. Read more about Labour’s plans to rebuild Britain.
From 10am – 1pm on Saturday 29 September, Pavilion Labour is hosting an Environment Action Event at St Augustine’s Centre, Stanford Avenue, Brighton BN1 6EA. Come along to discuss how Britain can be rebuilt on the foundation of clean, alternative energy and practices which stop polluting our environment and damaging wildlife and sea mammals. Watch the film Albatross (not suitable for under 12s) and join-in our discussion forum with Surfers Against Sewage, Friends of the Earth, Refill and Mooncup.
From 1pm – 3.30pm on Saturday 29 September, come out with Pavilion Labour supporters across Brighton town centre, for an afternoon campaigning about Labour’s policies for jobs and investment in housing and public services, which will rebuild our economy, communities and public services. Like the rest of Labour nationally, we in Pavilion Labour are determined to rebuild Britain for the many, not the few.
Different teams will be at our regular locations once our Environment Action Event has concluded at around 1pm. Stalls will run from about 1pm or 1.30pm until 3pm or 3.30pm.
Members can contact their Branch Secretary or Campaigns Officer for more information, or anyone drop into the Labour Party office at 11 Dorset Street, Brighton BN2 1WA from 12pm – 1pm on the day. Come along and join-in!