From the Retired Members group:
For once in the past 18 months there does seem at last to be light at the end of the tunnel. So to celebrate our first ‘human contact’, we’ve arranged a picnic in the park at the:
Wednesday 18th August 2021
1.30 – 3.30pm
Priory Road, Edgbaston, B5 7UG
At last it will be a chance to meet up and catch up, and please feel free to bring partners and friends. We have the use of the Gardens’
Pavilion, so we can provide teas and coffees, although please bring your own packed lunch. The Gardens will also provide a Gazebo for us, and the Pavilion will provide cover if it rains, but let’s hope for glorious sunshine – we deserve it.
The event is also being used to launch the Birmingham Retired Members Learning Together, Campaigning together booklet. There will be music and it is free to attend.
The Martineau Community Gardens is a green space run by a trust with many of the workers being UNISON members.
Getting to Martineau Gardens by Bus:
You can get the 61 or 63 bus from Birmingham city centre
at the following bus stops:
• The Old Square – bus stop BS8
• The Bus Mall (by Moor Street station ) – bus stop MS16
• New Street Station – bus stop HF1
The stop you want is on the Bristol Road, after Priory Road.
Susan McNeill says she is happy to meet anyone in the city centre to join them for the journey – tel: 0121 554 5167.