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Calendar 2015 £5 inc P&P

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To Order write to NUM 2 Huddersfield Road Barnsley S70 2LS or telephone 01226 215555

Still Enemy Within

Still Enemy Within DVD

 

Order now by visiting http://the-enemy-within.org.uk/shop/

You can also buy a download of Still the Enemy Within online now.  All you need to do is visit http://stilltheenemywithin.vhx.tv/

 

 

 

pastpixels

Our good friends at past pixels have produced postcards, greetings cards and posters bringing images of working class lives to a wider audience.

http://pastpixels.co.uk/en

NUM Polo Shirt

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NUM Polo Shirts are priced at £16.50 each (including postage & packaging), and are available in a range of sizes (S,M,L,XL,XXL).

Chioce of 2 colours, red or black.

Cheques to be made payable to 'NUM' and sent to :

National Union of Mineworkers
Miners Union Office
2 Huddersfield Road
Barnsley
S70 2LS

Please remember to send your name and address with your order.

BIG MEETING

Big Meeting BookBook cost £16.50 inc postage send payment to Miners' Offices 2 Huddersfield Road, Barnsley, S70 2LS together with your address. Cheques made payable to NUM

Nottingham Miners Do Strike! by Keith Stanley

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AN ACCOUNT OF THE NATIONAL UNION OF MINEWORKERS, NOTTINGHAM AREA DURING THE 1984-85 MINERS STRIKE £7.00 Written By former NUM Official Keith Stanley

 Available From
NATIONAL UNION OF MINEWORKERS
(NOTTINGHAM AREA)
FIRST FLOOR, BYRON HOUSE
COMMERCIAL STREET, MANSFIELD
NOTTS. NG18 1EE

TEL: 01623 621611

OR THE NOTTS NUM EX & RETIRED MINERS STALL
AT THE DURHAM MINERS GALA
AND VARIOUS MINING EVENTS ACROSS THE COUNTRY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR

NUM - Statue

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This statue was commissioned on behalf of the National Union of Mineworkers Northumberland Area.

This statue contains real coal mined at Ellington Coliery, which was closed by it's owners, UK Coal, on January 26th 2005, making 350 miners redundant. Ellington Colliery was the last deep mine of the Great North East Regional Coalfield.

This bringing to an end an era spanning over 800 years. The statue depicts a yesteryear miner bidding farewell to a miner from the modern day. The statue is a tribute to all of those men, women, and children that have worked and died in the Deep Mining Coal Industry of Northumberland.

These National Union of Mineworkers Northumberland Area Statues are priced at £25 each (+£9.50 postage and packing).

Cheques to be made payable to 'NUM (Northumberland Area)' and sent to :

National Union of Mineworkers
Northumberland Area Office
7 Esther Court
Wansbeck Business Park
Ashington
Northumberland
NE63 8QZ

Please remember to send your name and address with your order.

Coal Keeps Lights On
What will we do without coal? According to the latest figures released by the UK Government coal accounted for 33.6 per cent of electricity supplied in 2014 with gas accounting for 30.9 per cent, and nuclear accounted for 20.5 per cent. The portrayal by some as coal being an old fashioned method of

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Miners United
THE MINERS UNITED Music, drama, photography, film, art and poetry have always played a major part in supporting the working class. 30 years ago even the 'Boss' Bruce Springsteen supported the cause and gave 20,000 USD to the Durham Miners’ Wives Support group in 1985. Almost 30 years ago and

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NUM Vindicated Two
NUM Vindicated in the courts for the second time in a week The judgement handed down 6 February 2015 by the Employment Appeal Tribunal in the case taken against the NUM by S Mace fully vindicates the actions of the NUM in relation to the case taken against them by Mr Mace. Mr Mace was represented b

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Coal Conference
Following the successful march and rally in Knottingley on 31 January 2015 miners' leaders together with Unite and the TUC take the fight for coal to Westminster. The rally proved that miners' have many friends in Parliament who are standing up in the fight to save the UK indigenous coal industry th

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