Crewe campaign against Tommy Robinson – SATURDAY, 18th MAY

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NorSCARF members will be heading to Crewe on Saturday (18th May) to campaign against Tommy Robinson, who is standing as a candidate for the European parliament in the North West constituency. A day of action has been called by a number groups to support with the campaign, and NorSCARF is urging members to attend. Leafleting is planned for a couple of locations in the town and attendees are asked to head for Burton on Market Street (CW1 2EY), between 10:30 and 11am. Please check our Facebook page for more details as they emerge.

The event is being presented as an all day affair, but of course people are free to leave as and when their needs require. Even if you can only contribute for an hour, all participation is welcome!

There is a list of transport options below, though it is likely that some members will be travelling via car. Please get in touch if you want to attend but are uncertain of how to travel, as there may be opportunities for people to travel together.

Transport options;

Bus Service 3: Hanley bus station 9.15, Burslem 9.30, Tunstall 9.37, Kidsgrove 9.47, Alsager 9.57, Crewe railway station 10.17, Crewe bus station 10.26.

Bus service 85: Hanley bus station 8.53, Newcastle bus station 9.10, Keele Uni 9.20, Madeley 9.32, Crewe railway station 10.00, Crewe bus station 10.06

East Midlands trains: Uttoxeter 9.07, Blythe Bridge 9.21, Longton 9.27, Stoke 9.34, Longport 9.39, Kidsgrove 9.45, Alsager 9.49, Crewe 10.01

London Northwestern trains: Stafford 9.42, Stone 9.51, Stoke 10.02, Kidsgrove 10.11, Alsager 10.15, Crewe 10.24

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