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Monthly Archives: July 2011


New Alistair Hulett Website Launching

By |July 20th, 2011|Uncategorized|

Hello to all of Alistair's fans, the Alistair Hulett Memorial Trust (UK) and Fund (AU) have in the past few weeks been collaborating with a newly forming web development company in the UK to overhaul Alistair's presence on the web. This new website displays Alistair's life, music, ideals and principles off to a new degree not seen before online. Over the coming months we can only imagine that the content within this new website will grow and grow. Important Notice: [...]

New Song Writing Competition Launched

By |July 20th, 2011|United Kingdom|

A new songwriting competition, ‘Songs for Social Justice Award’ is being launched by Celtic Connections and the Alistair Hulett Memorial Trust. Alistair was a songwriter, singer and campaigner for social justice who died in January 2010 and this competition follows the sell out tribute concert at Celtic Connections in January this year with Dick Gaughan, Roy Bailey, Karine Polwart and many others. The competition is open to songwriters and musicians from across the UK and is for songs that promote [...]

New Songs for Social Justice Festival Launched

By |July 4th, 2011|United Kingdom|

A collaboration between the Alistair Hulett Memorial Trust and the Scottish Trades Union Congress, The New Songs of Social Justice Festival – which will involve schools across Scotland - was launched by STUC President Mike Kirby as part of the 71st Annual STUC Youth Conference on 25th June 2011. Terry Anderson (STUC Union and Community Development Officer) introduced the Festival, whilst Sheena MacDonald (Regional Organiser for the Musician’s Union) spoke about the importance of song as a campaigning tool, and [...]