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Jun 29, 2018
Dear UNISON member,

At UNISON Croyde Bay Resort we have been listening to our guests and UNISON colleagues and as a result, are able to bring you this fantastic UNISON member exclusive summer break.



After hearing feedback, we have decided to go further than our current 50% discount scheme and offer a UNISON member exclusive deal DURING THE SCHOOL HOLIDAYS, where a family of four can stay in the hotel with breakfast for HALF PRICE, this is only £99 per night.

This special UNISON week, from Monday August 27th - Saturday September 2nd, would usually be at peak rates and is open to all UNISON members to book so is subject to availability. This incredible rate will be first come, first served and we really hope it helps provide an extra value to your UNISON membership.

Book this fantastic deal here now - 

More on UNISON Croyde Bay Resort;

UNISON Croyde Bay Holiday Resort is located next to the beach in Croyde, North Devon. The 4* resort has a choice of hotel, self catering cottage and brand new lodge accommodation as well as plenty of onsite facilities from a swimming pool and gym to tennis court, football field and miniature golf, as well as direct access on to the beach through the sand dunes. UNISON members get 15% off all standard tariff rates.

Simon Willis

UNISON Croyde Bay Resort

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*Price includes UNISON discount. Deal valid for new bookings only and not with any other offers. Stay Monday August 27th - Saturday September 2nd inclusive. £99 UNISON rate, UNISON exclusive. Non member rate £202.50. First floor hotel rooms. Some double and disability access rooms available at the same offer rate for UNISON members. Breakfast only included, maximum 2 adults and 2 children. Offer can be withdrawn at anytime. Offer ends July 5th
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Apr 16, 2018

The Dudley LG Branch AGM was on 13th April 2018. The elections for the Branch Secretary positions had been suspended because of a complaint received by the Regional Office in regards to the election process and so no branch secretaries were elected at the AGM.

The investigation into the complaint is still on-going. I understand that this is frustrating for members and representatives. I am expecting a conclusion to the complaint in the next few weeks, after which the Branch will be able to move forward in electing branch secretaries. Thank you for bearing with the Branch and the Region at this time.

Claire Campbell

Apr 13, 2018

2018 and 2019 PAYSCALES & ALLOWANCES Agreement has been reached between the National Employers and the NJC Trade Union Side on rates of pay applicable from 1 April 2018 and 1 April 2019. UNISON and GMB both voted to accept whilst Unite voted to reject. However, in line with the Constitution of the NJC, Unite accepts the collective majority decision of the other unions that the pay award should now be implemented.

Please see attached circular for new pay rates.

Apr 12, 2018

UNISON has accepted the Local Government Association’s two-year pay offer, covering the period April 2018 – March 2020.

The previous membership consultation resulted in a very narrow overall vote to reject the offer, but members in 8 out of 11 Regions had voted to accept it. The NJC Committee therefore sought further feedback from those branches who had responded to the membership consultation on its recommendation to accept. 

79% of branches and 10 out of 11 Regions have now voted to accept the pay offer. This feedback was confirmed in a formal acceptance vote by the NJC Committee. 

The key features of the pay offer are:

  • A 16% pay increase for those currently on the lowest scale point (SCP) 6, over two years.
  • A pay increase of between 15% and 4.3% for those on the current SCPs 7 – 28.
  • 4.04% increase over two years, for those above the current SCP 29, including those above SCP 49.
  • A new pay spine from 2019, with new scale points 1-43 and even 2% pay gaps between SCPs 6-28.


The Local Government Association have been notified of UNISON’s decision to accept the pay offer. We are meeting with the other unions (GMB and Unite) to agree and hopefully align our position this week – then the offer can be formally accepted and implemented.

Apr 10, 2018
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