Pat Kelly speaks

Written By: - Date published: 10:33 pm, February 20th, 2012 - 7 comments
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It’s not Helen’s dad but former Scottish TUC Leader Pat Kelly who will speak at St John’s this Tuesday 21st at 6pm on his book Scotland’s Radical Exports – Scottish expats who led unions and Labour around the world. All welcome.

7 comments on “Pat Kelly speaks”

  1. bbfloyd 1

    um…which st john’s?

  2. bbfloyd 2

    um…which st john’s?…sorry to be an ignoramus…(sheepish grin)

  3. Tom Barker 3

    The launch will be at St John’s Hall, cnr Willis and Dixon Streets, Wellington

  4. Sorry, who is he please ?

  5. Uturn 5

    He wouldn’t have got much of a turn out anywhere in St. Johns, Auckland.

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