On Sunday (26th) there BRHG conducted a walk to explore what happened during the Unemployed Workers demonstrations of 1932. If you would like to listen to the audio from this walk click below.

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  1. The Son of Charlie Webber – one of the three communists imprisoned for leading the Bristol Unemployed marches – as described in the ‘Bread or Batons’ CP pamphlet – is still very much alive (at 90) and has some excellent stories of growing up in a communist family in the 30s and beyond. Ray Webber is a fantastic guy, and worth chatting to, if any of you would like to, let me know and I’ll arrange an introduction.

    Steve

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