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Amalgamated Union of Asphalt Workers

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Founded  1938
Members  2,680 (1980)
Date dissolved  1987
Affiliation  TUC, GFTU, NFBTO
Merged into  Transport and General Workers' Union
Key people  F. V. Jenkin Harry Wareham

The Amalgamated Union of Asphalt Workers (AUAW) was a trade union representing workers in the asphalt industry in the United Kingdom.

The union was founded in 1938 with the merger of the National Asphalt Workers' Union and the Northern Asphalt Workers' Union. Although its membership was always small, it covered the entirety of Great Britain and workers involved in all aspects of asphalt, from manufacture to construction workers.

In 1980, the union had 2,680 members. In 1988, it merged into the Transport and General Workers' Union.

General Secretaries

1938: F. V. Jenkin 1960s: Harry M. Wareham 1986: Derek McCann

References

Amalgamated Union of Asphalt Workers Wikipedia


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