Trade Unionists Stand Together For The 96

Just got this outstanding mailshot from the PCS. I won’t add any more as it says it all really. Please support this fantastic commemoration

PCS trade union has over 10,000 members working in Government departments across Liverpool.

We have a proud history of standing together to fight for better working conditions and defending our rights.

We want to show this same solidarity in coming together to pay our respects to the 96 football fans that went to the FA Cup semi-final at Hillsborough on 15th April 1989 but never returned back to us.

They are always in our thoughts and on the 20th anniversary we want to say ‘you will never be forgotten and the fight for justice for you and your families will go on’.

You’ll Never Walk Alone!

At 3.06pm on Wednesday 15th April the Town Hall bells will ring to start a two minute silence for the victims of the Hillsborough disaster.

We are calling on all trade unionists to come together to hold hands forming a link going from Water Street, past the Town Hall, through Exchange Flags and up along Old Hall Street.

Please pay your respects and take part in this. Encourage friends and colleagues to do the same. Wear your team’s colours, bring scarves and flags.


For further details please contact Mike Jones. Tel 0151 231 6120 or [email protected]

Supported by the Hillsborough Justice Campaign

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