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Saturday, 22 October 2016

Grunwick Commemoration at the Brent Musuem

An exhibition commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Grunwick Strike has opened at the Brent Museum.  The strike took place in the mid-70s at what is now Grunwick Place, but was then a photo processing plant by Dollis Hill Tube in Willesden Green ward.


In answer to the comment below, no.  As a matter of fact, at least one of the people credited with organising this event is a very long standing member of Brent Labour Party.  I did however state that we need to be sure that the funds raised towards this cause went to a Grunwick commemoration, not anything else.


  1. Didn't you speak against Brent Central Labour Party's support of this project on the grounds that the organisers themselves were not members of the Labour Party?

  2. The proposal was specifically to donate money to the Grunwick commemorations so what else were you envisaging the funds might go to? (It's a very good exhibition by the way)