Unionising the community

Clydebank Trades Union Council (TUC) brings together trade unionists who live or work in the area to share knowledge and experience, to build solidarity, and to provide mutual support.

Trades Union Councils represent an important form of union organisation: local trade unionists acting together in pursuit of a common agenda within the community. The capacity for a reinvigorated Trades Union Council to take action and to mobilise workers in support of campaigns is vast.

 

Our argument has to be that only through union strength can we win rights at work and deliver a better quality of life for people throughout society. Trades Union Councils need to make the case for a broad coalition, which tackles injustices, both in the workplace and in the community.  

People

Our Secretary is Tom Morrison.

Chair of Clydebank TUC is George Kirkpatrick.

 

You can contact us through our contact page click here, or alternatively phone Tom Morrison on 07986706290

 

When & where we meet

We meet about once a month, but we also hold large public meetings. We are particularly keen for trade unionists who live in the area to get involved and to bring fresh ideas and energy which can be shared and developed.

Independent Resource Centre

627 Dumbarton Road, Dalmuir, Clydebank G81 4AD

 

Public meetings tend to take place in Clydebank Town Hall

Dumbarton Rd, Clydebank, Dunbartonshire G81 1UE , but check the Events page for venues.