[noborders-brum] Fwd: Re: Fwd: Re: Coach details for 8th April demo
phunkee at aktivix.org
phunkee at aktivix.org
Mon Mar 27 07:40:12 UTC 2006
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Date: Sun, 26 Mar 2006 16:14:18 -0800 (PST)
From: russtspring at riseup.net
Reply-To: russtspring at riseup.net
Subject: Re: Fwd: Re: [noborders-brum] Coach details for 8th April demo
To: phunkee at aktivix.org
I am new to the No Borders e mail thing. I want to suggest that the ticket
prices should be £10 waged £4 un / low waged and a £15 solidarity price
for those that can afford it. I understand that many seats may be taken up
be refugees who will not be expected or able to pay and therefore the
coach has little chance of breaking even unless some people are able /
willing to pay to subsidise the coach.
I went on the anti war demo last week and ticket prices on the UNISON
coach were £12 and £6. I suspect that all the other coaches were much the
same. So, at £10 it's still a good price if you need to put it like that.
PS: You already have two willing to pay the solidarity price.
Alex. Put this out through the group for me wil you.
> ----- Forwarded message from Steve & Tamsin Bache
> <hugsnotwar at phonecoop.coop>
> Date: Sun, 26 Mar 2006 21:35:24 +0100
> From: Steve & Tamsin Bache <hugsnotwar at phonecoop.coop>
> Reply-To: Steve & Tamsin Bache <hugsnotwar at phonecoop.coop>
> Subject: Re: [noborders-brum] Coach details for 8th April demo
> To: No Borders <noborders-brum at lists.aktivix.org>
> Hi there,
> Yes, pick-ups sound good to us and ticket prices sound good. If you can
> email ticket design to us by Monday night then we can print and bring
> tickets to the FNB meeting on Tuesday.
> Steve and Tam.
> phunkee at aktivix.org wrote:
>> A 50 seater coach has been booked and it's costing £400. The deposit
>> will be
>> paid tomorrow (£100) and the balance needs paying just before Saturday
>> Should we have 2 pickup points, one in Balsall Heath opposite the
>> since the bus company's depot is really nearby and then a final pickup
>> at Cambridge street opposite the multi-storey carpark by the Rep theatre
>> The journey should take around 2.5 hours so we really need to leave Brum
>> How about a pickup at Balsall Heath at 7:30am and 7:45am in town?
>> Ticket prices:
>> Waged £8:00
>> Unwaged £4:00
>> Refugees FREE
>> What do people think? Gotta move fast btw so we can get some tickets
>> Food not Bombs meet Tues, ARC and South Asian Alliance on Wed, and
>> meeting up again on Thurs. I hear WMA meet on Friday - is that right so
>> distribute tickets? Perhaps people could think about how many tickets
>> and we can allocate them at these meetings?
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