Friday, 25 March 2011


Here in WtB Towers (OK, my living room) we're getting all excited about tomorrow's march. My flat has turned into a T-shirt factory.

Should you wish to join us on the march we'll be meeting at the main disabled people's meeting point in Savoy Street at 11am. For details on that meeting point and other access arrangements see the TUC's page with access info.

Should you wish to wear your very own WtB T-shirt - the hottest fashion accessory for protesting - you can download our T-shirt logo as designed by our own incurable hippie from here. All you need to do is get your hands on some iron-on transfers and a plain T-shirt. It's A4 sized, you need to cut along the black line to separate the "back" logo from the "front" logo. (N.B. Depending on what transfers you get you might need to reverse the image before printing.)

Here's what the T-shirt looks like:

Front of WtB T-shirt


Back of T-shirt


If you would like to hand out some WtB flyers they're also available to download. The black and white version is here while a full colour version is available here.

Really hope to meet oodles of you tomorrow. Don't forget that if you're physically unable to make it, you can make your voice heard online via DPAC's virtual protest.


  1. The t-shirt looks great! Sorry I couldn't do the final edit yesterday but as you know, life took over.

    Good luck tomorrow!

  2. Good luck to all the WTB contributors and supporters, and disabled people in general, marching tomorrow. The shame of it is that the public and the media won't see the tens of thousands more of us who would be there if our disabilities allowed, but we'll know.

    You'll do us proud!