Assemble for the vigil: 6:15pm Friday 14th June 2019 at Bolton Town Hall
Debate: 7:30pm at Bolton Socialist Club, 16 Wood St, Bolton BL1 1DY
At the Greater Manchester Law Centre, we fight for safe and secure public housing. The failure to protect tenants, including those in social housing, was tragically highlighted by the Grenfell tower fire. We support this solidarity action in Bolton, consisting of a silent vigil followed by a debate on Friday 14th June, coinciding with the march by Grenfell residents on the same day.
6:15pm Friday 14th June 2019 Town Hall Bolton
On the second anniversary of the fatal fire which took so many lives Bolton United Trades Council will be holding a silent vigil to coincide with the vigil held by Grenfell residents.
Our objective is to not only show our support for those affected by the horrific fire and to offer them our solidarity; but to also show our commitment to ensuring that this tragedy will not be forgotten and that justice must prevail.
Stand in silence
6:30pm Friday 14th June 2019 Town Hall Bolton
A silent vigil of people standing on the Town Hall steps carrying a placard sized photo for each of those Grenfell Tower residents who died in the tragedy after which each name will be read out.
If you would like to support the event by committing to carry a placard, then contact Kev on 07752 213514 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Debate “2 years on, No Homes, No Answers, No Justice”
7:30pm Friday 14th June 2019 Bolton Socialist Club, 16 Wood St, Bolton BL1 1DY
Grenfell Resident Tomassina Hessel
Fire Brigade Union Karl Sorfleet
Greater Manchester Law Centre John Nicholson
Acorn Kat Wright
Photo Credit: Catholic Church England and Wales, 2017.