Thursday, 5 October 2017

North West Communists to Celebrate the Centenary of the Bolshevik Revolution

On Saturday 18th November the North West District of the Communist Party will hold a public meeting to celebrate the event which led to the creation of the world's first socialist state.


Appropriately the event will  take place in the Working Class Movement Library, inspired and built by  Manchester Communists Ruth and Eddie Frow, situated close to Salford's border with Manchester, a city twinned with the place which was the cradle of the Russian Revolution, then called Petrograd, now St Petersburg.
                                                                                   



The meeting will start at 1.30pm am and will include a speaker from the national leadership of the Communist Party as well as international speakers to reflect the international character of the revolution and its influences and effects.

There will also be film, entertainment and refreshments.

Further details to follow.

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