17th April 11am – Branchless members forum

On Saturday April 17th at 11am LRU will be holding its first ever Branchless Members Forum! As agreed at last year’s All Member Assembly, the forum will be a space for LRU members who don’t live in a branch area to connect with other members, learn about what is happening at a local level in the union, and get trained up with some organising skills! Members in Groups that are working towards becoming full Branches are also welcome.

Please let us know if there is anything we can do to make it easier for you to attend.

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