Organising

Building the union and recruiting more members should be everyone's priority.

It should not be seen as a once a year activity but as an ongoing process.

The more members we have, the stronger we are - but only if each workplace has activists who involve the membership in union activity.

This means that we will have more influence with employers, politicians and government and will be more successful in improving the lives of our members.

For more information on where your workplace fits into the PCS branch structures, please look at the PCS south west Google map.

This map shows all the PCS south west based branches, group by group. The left hand margin shows the listings, or you can click on the symbol on the map. The locations are either the main workplace or the branch chair’s workplace, as far as possible.

The map is to show members which other PCS branches are nearby in order to help in local organising and in national campaigns.

If members will find it useful, the contact details of branch secretaries or reps can be added. The map can be modified by the SW regional office, so we can respond quickly to whatever activists would find useful to be displayed or amended.

You can also get details of your branch secretary from the SW regional office.


Training room

The training room in the regional office is also available for members to book as a venue for meetings.  The room comfortably fits up to 20 people and tea and coffee is available.  Bookings are made on a "first come, first served" basis.  For availability contact the regional office.

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