Protestors raise $1,000 for Liverpool charities while highlighting community concerns at Mayoral Ball
Community members who rallied outside the Liverpool City Council Mayoral Ball on Saturday night mixed charity with protest, donating $500 to ShareCare and the Liverpool Hospital Trauma Centre while taking their concerns about a lack of consultation directly to the Mayor.
On 18th August the United Services Union held a BBQ in Bigge Park to show our concern for the lack of regard the Mayor of Liverpool City Council has shown to the plight of the homeless people of Liverpool.
During recent industrial action at Liverpool City Council outdoor members passed the motion that all USU members rally prior to the next Council meeting and attend the meeting itself.
Local residents will converge on Bigge Park at 1pm tomorrow to highlight the plight of the local homeless community and to demand Liverpool City Council act to help those in need.
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