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In the light of the Tories' plans to allow new grammar schools to open and reintroduce selective education into England and Wales, Bristol South is organising a street stall this Saturday morning. 
 
We will be talking to people locally about the need for a fair education system for all, handing out flyers, and sharing our support for the #NoNewGrammars on social media. 
 
Come and join us from 11.15 am outside the Tobacco Factory on North Street (BS3 1TF). Please come along - everyone welcome!
 
If you can't make it, you can also sign the petition here: http://www.labour.org.uk/content/grammar-schools-petition

National Campaign Day - Bristol South #NoNewGrammars

In the light of the Tories' plans to allow new grammar schools to open and reintroduce selective education into England and Wales, Bristol South is organising a street stall this...

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Click here to see and hear Bristol Mayor, Marvin Rees, addressing the national Labour Party Conference earlier this week..

 

Bristol Mayor Marvin at the LP conference 2016

  Click here to see and hear Bristol Mayor, Marvin Rees, addressing the national Labour Party Conference earlier this week..  

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Knowle West Community Festival is a celebration that includes music, food, sport, and family art activities; a chance for people to get to know their neighbours, and showcase the talents and cultures of Knowle West. There will be a range of events and hands-on activities about our food, our health and our planet for the whole family to enjoy. Bristol South Labour Party has a stall at Knowle West Fest this year - with a game for children, balloons, cakes, and info. Come along and say Hello!   

Saturday 20 August 2016 from 12 noon - 16.00 at Filwood Broadway, Knowle West, BS41JN

Calling local families..

Knowle West Community Festival is a celebration that includes music, food, sport, and family art activities; a chance for people to get to know their neighbours, and showcase the talents...

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