Alternative Reference number1986/43
TitleNational Association of Local Government Officers (NALGO) - South Yorkshire branch
AdminHistoryThe National Association of Local Government Officers (NALGO) was a British trade union formed in 1905 to represent local government workers. It changed its name in 1952 to the National and Local Government Officers' Association but retained the acronym, NALGO.

NALGO merged with NUPE (the National Union of Public Employees) and COHSE (the Confederation of Health Service Employees) in 1993 to form UNISON.

The South Yorkshire County branch of NALGO represented officers of South Yorkshire County Council between 1974 - 1986.
DescriptionConstitution and rules, 1974 - 1976 (SYCC-NALGO/1)
Committee minutes and reports, 1974 - 1986 (SYCC-NALGO/2)
Correspondence, 1974 - 1986 (SYCC-NALGO/3)
Branch newsletters, 1970s - 1984 (SYCC-NALGO/4)
Branch officer elections and union matters, 1981 - 1986 (SYCC-NALGO/5)
Bulletins and circulars, 1981 - 1986 (SYCC-NALGO/6)
NALGO Yorkshire and Humberside District, 1979 - 1986 (SYCC-NALGO/7)
South Yorkshire Trades Councils, 1981 - 1986 (SYCC-NALGO/8)
Date1974 - 1986
Extent198 items
AcquisitionSourceThese items were deposited by South Yorkshire County Council in [1980s].
ArchNoteCatalogue prepared by Cheryl Bailey, 2014.
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