External Events

Annual Quiz Night with Pie & Peas Supper for Clements Hall #Micklegate

CH Pie Peas

Tickets cost £10* and include quiz entry and food

*£9 for Members of Clements Hall

Doors open at 6.30pm. Quiz starts at 7.00pm. Food served at 8.00pm

Tickets on sale at the Hall. Email enquiries@clementshall.org.uk

or call 01904 466086 to make a reservation.

Please let them know any dietary requirements at the time of booking.

Bike Marking event: Thursday 16 July

PROTECT your bike! Bring it along to West Offices bike sheds on Thursday 16 July between 7.30am and 6pm and get it marked.
Using state of the art tool marking equipment, police officers will mark your house number and postcode onto your bike. The bike details will then be logged onto the Police Immobilise Database. There is no charge for this service.
Please have your email address to hand when checking in.
For more information contact either
PCSO 3519 Abigail Bambridge, Response & Reassurance, North Street, York (Dial 101, press Option 2)
or Darren Lovatt (CYC) 01904 553399

Capitalism versus the climate – Is Naomi Klein right? – Wed 17th June

In her new book on climate change, This Changes Everything, Naomi Klein argues that, “only mass social movements can save us now.”  Is she right? Join the discussion at this open meeting.
Martin Empson, who will be speaking in a personal capacity, is treasurer of the Campaign Against Climate Change trade union group and author of Land and Labour: Marxism, Ecology and Human History.

Organised by York Socialist Workers Party
Public Meeting
Wednesday 17th June
7.30 pm
Clementhorpe Room
Priory Street Centre, YO1 6ET

Event Information: York Peoples assembly #York says: NO MORE CUTS

On Wednesday 27th May, the Queen will officially open Parliament and announce Cameron’s plans for this year. York Peoples assembly is planning a response…

On Wednesday 27th May, Cameron’s full plans for the year ahead will be revealed in the Queen’s Speech. Everything so far points to plans to cutback not just budgets, but also our rights and our dignity. There might be some sweeteners for the better-off, but it all looks pretty grim. We know that, in the sixth richest country on the planet, none of this is inevitable – its not a time to stay silent!

Gather at 5pm outside York Art Gallery on Weds 27th May

We want to fill exhibition square with people discussing ideas for a better future and how to stop the Tory nightmare. We’ll have an ‘open megaphone’ and a chance for people to write down their ideas. Its our chance to get together and refuse to be silenced into isolation. Dozens of protests are being called in cities across Britain, with thousands turning out in Bristol, Sheffield and more. We have to remind the government, and the media, that only a third of voters backed this government. 

And if you’re a Facebook user, you can join up and invite people to the event page?