Shelforce rally at Jaguar


Over 100 people attended a meeting this evening at the Jaguar Club organised by Unison for workers at Shelforce, a supported industry in the business sector of the City Council.
Shelforce had been threatened with closure, as part of the Council’s cuts. Union officials are hopeful that the Council can be persuaded to have a change of heart.
Shelforce make uPVC and aluminium windows and doors, mainly for social housing. They employ around 90 people, over 80% of whom are disabled.
Erdington MP Jack Dromey spoke at the meeting before being interviewed live on BBC television’s Midlands Today programme about the issue.

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