Chelmsford TUC

Our wider movement

Links to Local & National Organisations

Links to many other organisations can be found on our specialist pages but we hope that these are also of interest.

Chelmsford Organisations

Chelmsford City Council provides general information on Chelmsford and Council activities.

Chelmsford Chronicle:the Essex Chronicle’s website contains considerable information about Essex including a number of non-profit making community organisations’ websites. The Essex Chronicle publishes regular reports of the Trades Council’s activities.

Chelmsford Co-operative Party: Contact: Malcolm Wallace.

Chelmsford City Fairtrade Campaign A very active group that achieved Fairtrade Town status in 2005. View its website.

Chelmsford Labour Party Secretary Steve Haigh.

Essex County Council:: contains a page for job vacancies and a wealth of information to promote our county.

Transition Chelmsford.Transitioning is a community-led response to the challenges of climate change and peak oil. The emphasis is on making the most of local resources and local people, and building resilience.

National, Regional & Other Organisations

Campaign for Freedom of Information

Certification Office for Trade Unions & Employers’ Associations

Child Poverty Action Group: committed to ending child poverty.

Incomes Data Services:an independent organisation, it provides information on pay, pensions, employment, law and personnel policies to business, government and unions.

Ruskin College, Oxford: the college has had links with the Trade Union Movement since it was established in 1899.

Campaign for Better Transport : The UK’s leading authority on sustainable transport. It champions transport solutions that improve people’s lives and to reduce environmental damage. It campaigns to push innovative, practical policies at local and national levels.

War on Want: Fights poverty in developing countries in partnership and solidarity with people affected by globalisation. It campaigns for workers’ rights and against the root causes of global poverty, inequality and injustice.

Workers’ Educational Association: the largest voluntary provider of adult education in the UK.

Workers’ Beer Company If you want to have fun and raise funds for your trade union or campaigning organisation then have a look at this website.