Thursday, 11 March 2010

London - NO2ID day of action. Can you help?

We're having a London day of action this Saturday, the 13th March, in response to the roll out of ID cards to young Londoners aged 16-24. NO2ID groups will be coming from all over the country to help out, so it should be a really good day.

We'll be leafleting/collecting signatures at tube stations, dropping leaflets at Halls of Residence and also doing a run of 'alternative' shops, which are likely to have a lot of customers in the relevant age range. Afterwards obviously, curry! Please bring a travelcard/Oyster Card if you have one.

We'll be meeting at 11.30 at the Ossulston Street Tenants and Residents Hall, entrance on Ossulston Street opposite Brill Place. The postcode is NW1 1EU but please be aware that Google Maps pins the Hall slightly wrongly, look for the entrance on Ossulston Street where there will be copious NO2ID signage. The Hall is equidistant between Kings Cross and Euston Stations.

Phil Booth, our National Coordinator will give a talk on the most recent updates to the Identity scheme before we send people out and about to leaflet/collect signatures.
Please come and join us, no experience is necessary, we'll have jobs for people at every level. If you have a NO2ID T-shirt, please bring it along. If you don't and would like one please let me know and I'll bring one along in your size, we charge £5 per shirt to active people, (which is cost price).

My telephone number is 07500 836 461, please bring it with you on the day and feel free to call if you need to clarify anything.

At the end of the day we'll all go for a Curry on Drumond Street.

Look forward to seeing you there.

Matty Mitford NO2ID Local Groups Coordinator

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