Aberdeen Trades Union Council, John Londragon House
Aberdeen Trades Union Council was formed in 1868 and is still going strong. ATUC has played an important role in Aberdeen’s radical history, and continues to support workers in these challenging times. Key current campaigns include ensuring a Just Transition for the North East, and the cost of living crisis. Join us over the weekend to find out more. A range of artefacts will also be on display on the day, including artwork and archive documents, providing a fascinating insight into the history of activism in Aberdeen. There will also be a special Aberdeen social centre Radical Café with books on sale and literature fro local activist campaigns.
Booking not required.
Where to find us
- 22a Adelphi
- AB11 5BL
Programmes this building took part in: