May Day celebrations in Cardiff

 

The irrepressible South Wales Anarchists and comrades celebrated Mayday with an anarchist picnic in the city centre. Assorted free literature, free food in the shape of bread rolls and spicy veg stew provided by Food Not Bombs Cardiff plus free entertainment from local acts busking in the shadow of Nye Bevan’s statue. A sunny day brought a crowd out and some interesting conversations were had.

The event also marks the launch of their stylish new website The A Hole.

We also managed to slot in a couple of workfare pickets: Primark and Poundland, I can report that management and security at both are proper bell-ends. We then adjourned to the boozer and it all gets a bit hazy after that…

May Day is our day! – International Workers’ Day, and this is what it’s all about: The Anarchist origins of May Day (pdf)

Mayday roundup from London

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