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Teachers’ Day of Action Brings City Centre To A Standstill


By William Mills

On Thursday Trades Union demonstrators gathered in Pavilion Gardens in the centre of Brighton, Sussex. The fine autumn weather favoured them as they waited to support the National Union of Teachers’ Day of Action resulting in thousands of pupils and their teachers having a day off school.


photo of marchers assembling
marchers gather in Pavilion Gardens


Many were ill disposed towards the Government..


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Protesters in Pavilion Gardens


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Government hater


But it was all good natured and colourful…..




By the time the march started outside the Theatre Royal quite a crowd had collected….




Bagpipes added to the sense of occasion….


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The Start


The marchers heading down Brighton’s North Street before turning up the Old Steine.



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