Born on 12th Apr 1923, Norman Bordoli went to GatewaySchool and during the war was a telegraphist, serving on motor torpedo boats. He was a knitter in the hosiery trade and became a member of the National Executive of the Hosiery Union.
He was chairman of the EyresMonsell Tenants Association during the 1960s and 1970s.
He first stood as a Communist Party candidate in 1968 and became branch secretary of the Leicester Communist Party during the 1970s.
Norman Bedow Born in 1906, Bedow was a Unity Theatre activist from Paul Robeson’s appearance at Mornington Crescent in `Plant in the Sun’. An activist in the Co-op movement, he was also involved in the […]
Norman Temple Temple joined the YCL during the Second World War and later was a member of the Communist Party’s Executive Committee for 15 years. A stalwart of the Darlington branch of the Communist […]