We know that the least well off in the UK and those suffering underlying health issues are being disproportionately affected by Covid-19. This includes many former Miners and mining communities. We need to get on top of the Coronavirus pandemic and where tougher restrictions are needed there must be additional help from the Government to mitigate the effects and protect jobs in affected areas.
Paying our respects to those who lost their lives in the Oaks Disaster.
OAKS MEMORIAL REMEMBRANCE 12TH DEC 2020 12th – 13th December 1866 saw the largest loss of life in anRead full article
Frickley Miners Welfare Trust Fund, Assistance and Grants to local community groups.
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INDEPENDENT REVIEW – Impact on communities of the policing of the miners’ strike 1984-85. FINAL REPORT.
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Government must support jobs in local lockdown areas to prevent mass unemployment says the TUC.
We know that the least well off in the UK and those suffering underlying health issues are being disproportionatelyRead full article