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Welcome to the official web site of the Cleveland AMAL Branch of the Communication Workers Union.




Who we are...

The CWU is the biggest union for the communications industry in the United Kingdom with 250,000 members. It was formed in January 1995 when the union of Communication Workers joined forces with the National Communications Union. Our branch represents members across the TS postcode area.

The Communication Workers Union Statement of Values is as follows:


  • provide first class collective and individual representation for all CWU members

  • achieve security of employment for all members

  • offer individual membership services of the highest quality

  • expand trade union membership throughout the communications industry

  • promote, by industrial and political means, the success of the industries in which our members work

  • campaign against all forms of discrimination

  • further these objectives by promoting the influence of the union throughout the national and international community



Please contact your local CWU representative in confidence if you need advice or guidance irrespective of the nature, the contact details can be found on the Branch Officers and Representatives which can be seen under “Your Rep’s” link at the top of this page.



Still unsure who to contact? Please get in touch with:-


Peter Hall – Branch Secretary

Telephone: 01642 261286

Mobile: 07704404039

Email: branchsec@clevelandamal.freeserve.co.uk




Motor Neurone Disease

As a Branch we are supporting the MND association in their campaign to raise awareness in MND, below is a short extract on what MND is :-


Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that attacks the upper and lower motor neurones.


Degeneration of the motor neurones leads to weakness and wasting of muscles, causing increasing loss of mobility in the limbs, and difficulties with speech, swallowing and breathing.


Please take the time to view their website and give yourself an insight into MND, it's symptoms, and diagnosis.



Also there is currently and Early Day Motion (EDM) that has been tabled in parliament to support the call for a national strategy on MND


Click here to email your MP and ask them to sign Early Day Motion (EDM) 254 to support the call for a National Strategy for MND

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