The Beltane Spring Fayre Group

In Association With the Leicester Pagan Alliance

:: Festival Activities::
 LIST FOR 2006

Round the Maypole

time group description
12:15 - 12:30 Hearth of Arianrhod Opening Ceremony following the procession from the Motte
12:30 - 1:00 Fuzzipegs Musical jollity
1:00 - 1:30 Jerusalem Jammers Maypole dancing
1:30 - 2:00 Lapis Lazuli Egyptian dancers
2:00 - 2:30 Jerusalem Jammers Maypole dancing
2:30 - 2:45 BKC + Gold Blend Peace rapper & dancers
2:45 - 3:00 Ricky Indian drummer
3:00 - 3:30 Lapis Lazuli Egyptian dancers
3:30 - 4:00 Suruj Bhangra dancers
4:00 - 4:15 BKC + Gold Blend Peace rapper & dancers
4:15 - 4:30   Indian dancers
The closing ceremony immediately follows the handfasting at 4:30pm, on the Motte.
There will then be a procession down to the Maypole for a final presentation.

BKC is the Brahma Kumaris Collective, with Hitesh the peace rapper. BKC and dance group Gold Blend appear as part of the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University contribution.

Music and entertainment by the Fuzzipegs.

Sacred Space on the Castle Motte

Opening and closing ceremonies by Anna Franklin, Hearth of Arianrhod. Anna's stall is on the Motte.

12:00 noon People will be bringing horns to blow on the Motte before the procession to the opening ceremony at the maypole: feel free to bring your own horn, kazoo, etc. During the procession Brian of the Fuzzipegs will accompany everyone singing "Summer is a coming in" :

The closing ceremony immediately follows the handfasting at 4:30pm, on the Motte.
There will then be a procession down to the Maypole for a final presentation.

Summer is a coming in, loud now sing cuckoo
Soweth seed and bloweth mead, and spring the woods anew
Sing cuckoo
Ewe now bleateth after lamb
low after calf the cow.

Talks last 1/2 to 1 hour.

Workshop Marquee

time speaker subject
12:30 - 1:30 Paul Trees, Owl Heart Lodge A celebration of Native American wisdoms
1:30 - 2:30 Mick Summers, Flaming Sword Coven Ritual in Witchcraft - Who, Why, What, Where, and When - including a celebration of Beltane
2:30 - 3:30 Nigel Pennick May day tradition
3:30 - 4:30 Wolde Selassie Healing herbs

Tipi - workshops and storytelling

time speaker subject
12:30 - 1:30 Gary Breinholt
1:30 - 2:30 Mark Graham, Charnwood Grove The Druid Way
2:30 - 3:30 Tchenka Jane Sunderland Using the labyrinth as a spiritual tool
3:30 - 4:00 Simon Collins Intoduction to the Runes 
4:00 - 4:30 Mary Clarke Astrological signs

There are more talks in the garden marquee.

The Labyrinth

  Tchenka Jane Sunderland, designer of Norwich Cathedral Millenium Maze : Creating a labyrinth and giving a talk in the tipi on "Using the labyrinth as a spiritual tool". The Labyrinth will be available for quiet contemplation and meditative walking after it has been created.

Charnwood Goddess Temple

Our temple is not a fixed place, but can be created where ever it is needed, to honour the Goddess, the divine feminine, of which we are all a part. We celebrate the Goddess through ritual, dance, journeying, creativity, chanting, magic, and sharing our wisdom. At the May Fayre we are celebrating the Goddess of Love and Creativity.
We invite you, whether you are wise in her ways or just intrigued to find out more, to come and see us in our temple tent.  You may wish to linger a while, and write a prayer to add to our Invocation board, or to decorate your own garland head dress - a symbol of your inner fertility.  Presented by Sue Thompson.

1:30 - 3:30  Reading Crystals and Goddess Cards - drop in for a short consultation.
3:30 - 4:00  Visualisation journey to meet the Goddess of love and creativity - if you'ld like to join in, please come and book a place as numbers for this are limited.

Marquee on the Motte : Poet's Circle
 Poet's Circle organised by Damien Walter
 (City Literature Development Officer)

by Carol Leeming, Lesley Vann, and Sarah Allen

time poet description
2:00 - 3:00 approx. Carol Leeming The charismatic and dynamic performance poet of elemental poetry, working with "Apples and Snakes", a national poetry organisation.

With Madhu Chapaneri, Bubbles Singh, Dilip Gajjar, Bedar Lajpuri, Dahyabhai Prajapati, Bhavanbhai Patel, Rose Beckford, Bear Tyler, Jon Tyler and Lesley Clary Sage.

Open mic spots are available - turn up on the day to book a session.

Handfasting and closing procession

4:30 - 5:00 Greta and Paul will be handfasted (handfasting is a pagan marriage rite) . Bright blessings for a wonderful future to them both.
The closing ceremony immediately follows the handfasting at 4:30pm, on the Motte. There will then be a procession down to the Maypole for a final presentation.

Garden Marquee (accessible to disabled)

time speaker subject
12:30 - 1:30 Mary Clarke
Astrological signs
1:30 - 2:00 Bob Trubshaw (local author and owner of Heart of Albion Press)
Seasonal customs in Leicestershire
2:00 - 2:30 Simon Collins Intoduction to the Runes
4:00 - 4:30 Paul Trees, Owl Heart Lodge "The earth does not belong to us" - An introduction to Native American Spirituality

Music Marquee

Every hour from 12 till 6, up and coming local singer/ songwriters and musical talent.

Power will be generated by Simon's 3 bicycles (sponsored by LIFE). The audience is expected to pedal them, otherwise there's no music! Please form an orderly queue!

CDs will be on sale at The Offie's beer stall.
time group description
12:00 - 12:30 Red Star Radio Red Star Radio is essentially the songwriting partnership of Chris Thorley and Guy Lawton. Influences range from post-punk to indie pop and from acoustic folk to prog rock. This inevitably gives the band a hugely diverse sound, but one which is always firmly grounded around indie guitar rock. The band operates a 'revolving door' policy with other musical collaborators and performers and this throws more flavour into an already appetising melting pot.
12:30 - 1:00 Mr Plow Mr. Plow plays acoustic Americana, sounding a little like Johnny Cash bludgeoning Evan Dando with Joey Ramone’s mic stand. He sings songs about cars, films, space monsters and life’s everyday disappointments.
He considers himself to be unnecessarily tall.
1:00 - 1:50 Roger Pugh Roger is a unique songwriter and a dynamic performer, though not without a strong sense of wit. Folk Roots described his music as having "a touch of Tabasco about it". He accompanies his strong, earthy voice with the guitar and mandola, both of which he plays in a distinct and individual way.
Being a widely travelled person, Roger's music reflects this, which although Celtic at its roots shows influence of South America, The Caribbean and the Balkans. The lyrics to his songs are very important, covering such diverse topics as relationships, social issues, the environment, fungi, Latin American Ballroom Dancers and The Ramblers Association.
1:50 - 2:20 Alice Rock Alice Rock is a solo artist/singer-songwriter. Her music can be described as upbeat "Poppy Punk with Gothic Edge". Her lyrics/songs are often humorous and witty, although 'dark' at heart if listened to carefully!! Major influences include The Cure, The B52's, Siouxsie and the Banshees, and Voice of the Beehive.
2:20 - 3:00 Ogum! Ogum are a tribal rhythmic collective comprising elements of pagan, African, indigenous and rock styles, featuring drums and didges.
3:00 - 4:00 Kevin Hewick Kevin Hewick is The Winston Churchill of alternative acoustic music. He has had releases on Factory Records,Cherry Red and Sorted Records and has new material on Burning Shed. A walking anecdote machine, he performs beautiful songs with deep lyrics and has the voice to do them justice.
4:00 - 4:30 The Troubadours
The Troubadours present a variety of songs and pieces; our line-up offers piano, recorder, flute, stringed instruments and percussion. Since our first show in Februrary 2005, we have presented songs in English, French, Gallic, German, Hebrew, Punjabi and Yiddish. Today at Beltane we present a mix of traditions encompassing folk, baroque and courtly.
4:30 - 5:00 Trip Like Fritz
Performing their first acoustic set to date, TLF epitomise the classic sound of summer, mixing blues rhythm and groovy hook-and-sling funk with some experimentation as usual. Definitely not an act to be missed!
5:00 - 5:30 Brettney Brett Richardson is a singer-songwriter, band member and session musician from Wigston in Leicestershire.
As a solo performer he plays a selection of reflective and lighthearted songs on his cherished 12-string guitar; (although sometimes he plays stupid stuff too)! Influences range between David Crosby, Neil Young, The Flaming Lips and ist to Monty Python and the Shirehorses - depending on his mood.
5:30 - 6:00 The Tea Monkeys The Tea Monkeys' material is something of a unique mash up of various styles, including reggae, funk, rock and pop. Well worth staying up for!

Tea Tent Music

12:20 - 13:20 Ukelele Jack and Tom Yorkshire
13:20 - 14:00 Rai
14:00 - 14:30 Grace
14:30 - 15:30 Alice Rock
15:30 - 16:30 Mike of The Authentics
16:30 - 17:30 Paul Carden
17:30 - 18:00 Coriander Helen

Therapy Tent - Alternative Healers

We welcome a number of alternative therapists demonstrating their skills, provided by
 "@ the Source", 192 Clarendon Park Rd, Leicester, LE2 3AF. Tel: 0116-270 6255 (open Wed-Sat, answerphone at other times).

These short taster sessions cost :
£6 (£4 unwaged/children) for a 20min session or
£8 (£6 unwaged/children) for a 30min session

They can be pre-booked by phoning 0116-270 6255.
Time Name Therapy mins
12:00 - 5:00 Saroj Goswami Traditional Indian Head Massage 20
12:00 - 5:00 Sarah Patel Aromatherapy - Hand & arm / Foot & leg
12:00 - 5:00 Tracey Kelly Indian Head Massage 20
12:00 - 5:00 Mitch Bennett Bowen Technique 30
12:00 - 5:00 David Ingram Seichem Reiki 20
12:00 - 5:00 Pamela Lenthall Crystal Therapy 20
12:00 - 5:00 Val Stirling Colour Readings 30
2:00 - 5:00 Sandy Iliffe Crystal Therapy 30
There are also two spiritualist healers elsewhere in the grounds.

Magickal Market Marquee

This year's stalls include good causes and eco friendly local groups.

  • Soft drinks stall for the Beltane Spring Fayre Group.
  • Leicester Pagan Alliance stall.
  • Heart of Albion Press bookstall run by Bob Trubshaw the UK's leading publisher of folklore, mythology and cultural studies.  It also publishes local history books, booklets and CD-ROMs.
  • Arroneath's - Mick Summers' stall.
  • Far Fetched - A wide range of Wiccan and Pagan items, books, magazines, herbs, incense, altarware, tarot, oracle cards, and crystals.
  • New Moon products - crystal healing New Moon logoClick here for more info
  • Tribal Moon - We have a superb range of Jewellery, Wands, Crystal Balls, Tarot, Statues, Plates, and Altarware.
  • House of Freyja - Rune readings by hereditary reader Elaine. Handmade rune sets and rune books for the beginner.
  • Eastern Spirit - A new look for a long established magazine for all pagans in the E Midlands. With articles for all, from beginner to adept, this is the magazine for you! Now edited by House of Freyja (see their stall).
  • Libra Aries -  Books on alternative ideas, alternative spirituality, and alternative action, specializing in Paganism, Earth Mysteries, and Shamanism.
  • Pyewacket - brings you beautiful silver, bronze, pewter and gemstone jewellery plus stunning handcrafted Goddess and pagan items from around the world.
  • Simon Collins - Runes.
  • The Witch's Garden - organic culinary and medicinal herbs and cookery books
  • Muna - holistic beauty therapist.
  • The Gem Tree - crystals and minerals, Wiccan and Magickal supplies, Tarot, Runes, Crystal balls, and handcrafted jewellery.
  • Emma's face painters.
  • Erum Suleiman - Henna painter.
  • Surinder Sandhu - Punjabi fashion for that extra special look.
  • Sue and Paul - Tarot readers.
  • The Leicestershire Badger Group was formed to
    • To help, advise and inform the public
    • To help prevent the cruel and illegal persecution of badgers.
    • To help prevent the death and injury of badgers on our county's roads.
    • To prevent damage and destruction of badger setts.
    • To help injured and orphaned badgers.
    • To collect and record information about Leicestershire's badger population.

Stalls In the Grounds

  • Anna Franklin's 'Hearth of Arianrhod' bookstall on the Motte - tarot and fairy cards.
  • Kail Runesmith - historical and role-play jewellery.
  • The Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU) logo Click here for more info
    host a number of activities, all free of charge, including face-painting, virtue scope, meditation zone and a bookshop. Entertainment will include Rap and Dance.
  • Elan Vital ElanVital logo Click here for more info
  • LASS – Leicester AIDS Support Services LASS logoClick here for more info
  • Angela Rudkin and Francis Hruszka (registered spiritualist healers, Spiritualist National Union)  - Healing is administered by the simple acts such as the laying on of hands, or the direction of thoughts from a distance. Massage and manipulation are not covered under the definition of healing.  You may help the healing process by being positively minded. Your thoughts are a very potent force and this can go a long way towards aiding the healing energies by positive thought. If you adopt an enthusiastic attitude in anticipation of the desired result, the healing process will often be accelerated.
  • COMMpact   We use our gazebo for a frame for ‘Build a house of dreams’ the idea being that children colour a picture of anything they wish and we pin it to the outside of the gazebo. The aim is to have the whole gazebo covered by pictures, it should be bright and very eye catching and fit in well with the principles of the service we offer. We will have some of the tools we use on display, such as sand tray work and puppets so we can demonstrate the way in which we work.
    Community parent and child therapies (COMMpact), currently provides play therapy for children aged 3 to 13, who have emotional or behavioural problems and are based at a G.P surgery run by Dr Newley, on Evington Road. We have been working toward expanding our service, providing therapy for younger and older children and are about to offer a support and counselling service for parents.
  • The Leicestershire Wildlife Hospital takes more than 1,600 patients a year, caring for them, feeding them, nursing them and when they have recovered releasing them back to the wild. The hospital runs on a completely voluntary basis with helpers collecting injured wildlife in their own time. The animals are ensured the very best of care and looked after all hours – day or night if necessary, with veterinary attention whenever required.
  • The Leicestershire & Rutland Wildlife Trust  - We offer everyone the chance to experience some of Leicestershire and Rutland's fantastic wildlife. Activities and events are organised throughout the year, everything from orchid rambles to the British bird watching fair. We currently manage 36 nature reserves, including Rutland Water, in all
    covering over 2,600 acres. We encourage people of all ages to gain a greater
    appreciation and understanding of nature. Our junior club called 'Wildlife Watch'
    is for young people to find out more about wildlife, make friends and have fun.
  • Parks Services and Garden Tours
  • Leicester Masaya Link Group aims to foster mutual understanding and friendship between the peoples of Leicester and Masaya. As well as facilitating practical projects that promote sustainable development on the ground in Masaya, the LMLG contributes to the provision of development education and global awareness raising across all sectors of the community, by organising exchange visits, cultural activities, projects in schools, speaker meetings and other public events in Leicester. Nicaragua is one of the 25 poorest countries in the world but we have much to learn from the strength and determination of its people in their struggle to overcome poverty. The link celebrates the diversity of our respective cities and aims to ensure that the global issues which affect our sister city in Nicaragua are as important here as they are in Masaya.
  • Just Peace Leicester is a group of Jewish people based in Leicester and Loughborough who believe a just peace settlement taking equal account of the needs of all people in Israel/ Palestine must be sought. It is opposed to the unlawful occupation of land belonging to the Palestinian people and to the building of the illegal wall.
    It holds public awareness raising events and fund-raises for two organisations in Israel/ Palestine: "Neve Shalom-Wahat -al-Salaam", a joint Jewish and Arab Israeli village and school for peace; and "The Refuser Solidarity Network" which supports people and their families refusing to serve in the Israeli army. We also sell Palestinian oil and soap.
  • Complete Wasters, in their eco-yurt, is a community-based recycling group led by a dedicated team of professionals who together have over 18 years experience in recycling, waste management, and the production of refurbished computers. Since 1997 Complete Wasters has recycled 700 tonnes of paper, card, cans, and bottles, refurbished 2000 PCs, planted 600 trees and promoted recycling to over 700,000 people at over 130 events, including this one. They are based in Sileby, Leicestershire. For more details see them at their eco-yurt today or telephone 01509 815181.
  • Friends of the Earth
  • We are pleased to welcome and host Leicester Social Forum as part of their May Week activities:
    • No Sweat low wages campaign
    • Oxfam
    • Amnesty International
    • National Union of Teachers (NUT)
    • Leicester and District Trades Council
    • Green Party
    • Palestine Solidarity Campaign
    • Socialist Party
    • Workers' Power/Revolution
    • Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND)

    • Leicester Social Forum LSF logoClick here for more info

Family entertainment

This year's celebration includes several old and several new amusements and attractions.

  • Bouncy Castle for under 14s.
  • Supervised Ball Pool for the under 7s
  • Silvesta the Jester will be capering and joking all over the site.
  • The Fuzzipegs at the Maypole.
  • Face painting, a range of styles and colours, by BKWSU and Emma.
  • Henna painting by Erum.
  • BKWSU - try the intriguing Virtue Scope or rest in the meditation zone.
  • Children's BookBus providing afternoon storytimes for young children.
  • COMMpact - ‘Build a house of dreams’: children colour pictures of anything they wish to cover the outside of the gazebo with bright and eye catching drawings.
  • Making masks at the Masaya Link Group stall.
  • Vikings of Middle England re-enactment will demonstrate authentic costumes.
  • Parks Services are offering tours of the gardens throughout the afternoon. Special thanks must go to Chris Bollard and Darren Underwood, the gardeners, whose hard work has made this park so lovely.
    Please be extra careful of the grass, grounds and plants today.

Drinks and refreshments

  • Soft drinks stall in the Magickal Market.
  • Tea, chai, and veggie snacks by Paula and Bob Pye in their tent, with musicians attending.
  • Our thanks to McIndians, who replaced Samosa King at the last minute.
  • Sandwiches by Leicester Wildlife Hospital.
  • Cartons, bottles and cans of drinks will be available in the Magickal Market.
  • Real ales, wine and mead by The Offie, 142 Clarendon Park Rd, Leicester. Tel: 0116 - 270 1553 (eve).
  • Ice cream van by Pescatore Ices.

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is held on the second Monday of every month at The Jam Jar pub on New Park St, 8pm . For details contact Ayn on 0796 120 3943.

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Celebrate the


Under the eye of the Sun at Noon


off Beacon Road, Woodhouse Eaves, Leics

25th JUNE 2006

Meet at Beacon Hill upper car park 11:30am
Bus service 123  Bulls Head, Woodhouse Eaves
Hosted by Chamwood Grove
Contact Mark 0793 156 7394

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Charnwood Grove

 are a group of pagans, based in the East Midlands of the UK, from various traditions and backgrounds who meet together to celebrate the eight seasonal festivals. Our focus is celebratory, and our rites, while encompassing many different approaches to spiritual expression, are conducted within the Druidic tradition. We seek inspiration from nature, and wisdom in the ever changing cycle of the seasons.
We are an open group but prefer to meet people before inviting them to join us. Planning meetings serve this purpose as well as planning the forth-coming rite. For further information please e-mail
Jos  or Sarah or Richard

May Fayre Photos

If you have any photos of the festival, we'd be only to happy to put them on this web site. See contacts page.

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We are a Pagan group operating on the Leicestershire - Warwickshire border. We believe that the Divine flows through everything, and can be encountered in the manifest world. We celebrate the diversity and beauty of Creation, both summer and winter, day and night, youth and age, Goddess and God. We run a monthly open circle at the Spiritual Fellowship Centre, Bond Street, Nuneaton, Warks, 7.30 till 10 . We also offer day courses on various subjects and workshops exploring the seasonal festivals and the natural world and an annual Pagan Camp [see]. In addition we publish a monthly newsletter, a quarterly magazine (since 1987) and run several websites. For more information, please send a SAE to:

Anna Franklin, PO Box 12, Earl Shilton, Leicester, LE9 7ZZ
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Leicestershire AIDS Support Services

Responding to the challenges of HIV/AIDS in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.


Contact us for free confidential help & information; for ideas about how you could help make a difference; or for details of our regularly held courses about HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, Tuberculosis (TB) or Sexually Transmitted Infections to develop knowledge and understanding.


Emotional Support
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Donations to help us provide essential services for people living with HIV are always welcome. Please contact us if you can help. LASS is a Registered Charity. No. 1023914.

Simon's Bike Generator

sponsored by LIFE Leicester Investment Fund for the Environment.
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 At the start of 2004 we found a need for a green PA system, independent of power feeds. 
We can run an amplified event in any location without a mains supply, and without the drone of a generator constantly running, only the gentle whirr of bicycle wheels. For quieter events we can run the amplifiers for a while on a fully charged battery, making sure we recharge the battery afterwards.
It is a great demonstration of not only what can be done, but how much physical effort is required to power something we take for granted - i.e. loud music. We don't do any formal educational work, but are happy, at appropriate times, to discuss the system. One personal priority has been audio quality, appropriate to the application. There is little merit in a green system that sounds poor, that not only does the idea disservice but doesn't make for comfortable listening; not good for the audience or performer. It doesn't take much to get nice sound.
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Established in 1937, the university now has over 7000 branches in 90 countries. Courses, seminars and workshops are offered free of charge include: Raja Yoga Meditation (starts 1st Tuesday of each month in Leicester), Positive Thinking, Self Managing Leadership and Stress Free Living.

The BKWSU will host a number of activities, all free of charge, including face-painting, virtue scope, meditation zone and a bookshop. Entertainment will include Rap and Dance.

For further information please send a Self Addressed Envelope to:

Brahma Kumaris
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We are a group of like minded individuals who have joined together to create a unique space. We have a coffee bar selling a range of inspired gifts. And 2 unique rooms for hire. We hold regular meetings and host a range of events during the day and at weekends.

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Interested? Contact Anita in the marquee for beautiful crystals, Tibetan bowels and Angel cards and 01509 829596 for talks, demonstrations and crystal days.
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I remind people that life itself is a gift. Within each one shines a sun so bright that it can make any darkness go away.

Pick up some free materials, listen to DVD clips, ask questions or find out about broadcasts on Sky 173.

Prem Rawat (also known as Maharaji) is an internationally renowned speaker about the possibility of knowing inner peace and contentment. He was invited to address audiences of more than 1.5 million people worldwide last year including the UN60th Anniversary celebrations, the Italian parliament and Oxford University. His message has been translated into more than 70 languages.

In 2005 the Prem Rawat foundation ( ) also donated $300,00 to the UN world food programme and $100,000 to the victims of hurricane Katrina, as well as organising hunger relief efforts in Sri Lanka and free medical clinics in India.

Elan Vital has been a registered charity in the UK for 30 years and we are proud to join in the celebrations of spring and new life by promoting his unique message.

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Leicester Social Forum is a coming together of all those who are opposed in various ways to the current process of globalisation, privatisation and deregulation being carried out by the richest nations in the interests of profit by multinational corporations. We want a world which respects people, their rights and the global environment.

Planning meetings: Last Tues of every month, 7:30, Town Hall. Other meetings as advertised.

LSF is proud to support Beltane Fayre, please drop by our ‘Festival of Alternatives’ and find out what we’re up to.

Reclaim May Day

‘Anti-folk’ gig in support of LSF. Mon May 1st, The Victory, Aylestone Rd. 8 ‘til late.
Upstairs: MJ Hibbett and the Validators, Plans and Apologies, The Bobby McGees
Downstairs: More live music, speakers
Entry: £4 upstairs, free/donation downstairs

Repeal the Anti-Union Laws

LSF and Leicester TUC Public Meeting, Thurs May 4th, 7:30 at the Alewagon on Charles Street
Speakers: Sukhdev Dhillion, Covenor, Gate Gourmet workers; Tony Church, PCS; Tony O’Brien, UCATT.

Call Keith on 07884125540 for more details

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