• How Haringey workers and residents are responding to council plans for £70m cuts

    HARINGEY SAYS ‘NO TO CUTS!’ – JOIN THE UNITED PROTESTS

    Supported by local community networks, trades unions, service user campaigns, and political organisations

    LOBBY: Tuesday 10th February, 5.30pm
    Lobby the Council’s cabinet meeting – Outside the Civic Centre, High Rd N22

    DEMONSTRATION: Monday 23rd February, 5.30pm

    Demonstration through Wood Green
    5.30pm Assemble at Ducketts Common
    – March to the civic centre
    6.30pm: rally outside full council meeting

    What can we all do ?

    * Have your say in theCouncil’s so-called ‘consultations’as it’s important that people speak out AGAINST ALL CUTS at every opportunity

    * Sign the petition against cuts to day centres and closure of residential homes  – online at: https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/save-our-autism-services-in-haringey
    or on street stalls where you will see around the borough in coming weeks

    * Sign the petitions against closure of youth services at:  www.ipetitions.com/petition/save-bruce-grove-youth-centre-haringey-youth. (twitter at @SaveHaringeyYS) and cuts at Marcus Garvey Library at https://www.change.org/p/tell-haringey-council-to-save-tottenham-s-marcus-garvey-library

    * Get involved in the many local campaigns, including defending Council housing estates from ‘redevelopment’, defending Marcus Garvey Library from cuts, supporting community-run community centres, and to end the charging of Haringey’s poorest residents for Council Tax shortfalls.  Or set up your own to defend the services and facilities you care about. Support and publicise their petitions and protests.

    * Write to your councillors, MPs, and the local press. Get your residents’ group, pensioners’ group, carers’ group, trade union to do so too. Also demand Parliamentary candidates for the 2015 election say where they stand and support the campaigns to defend all services.