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A cycling paramedic misleadingly labeled 'ambulance' during Nottingham's Mayday Rally which took place on Saturday, May 1st - actual May day - in Victoria Park, Bath Street, near the Victoria Leisure Centre (which the City Council has just closed). Everyone assembled at 11 am and the march left Victoria Park at 12 for Speaker’s Corner (Clough statue). Then returned to Victoria Park for music, stalls, speakers and more.

A cycling paramedic misleadingly labeled 'ambulance' during Nottingham's Mayday Rally which took place on Saturday, May 1st - actual May day - in Victoria Park, Bath Street, near the Victoria Leisure Centre (which the City Council has just closed). Everyone assembled at 11 am and the march left Victoria Park at 12 for Speaker’s Corner (Clough statue). Then returned to Victoria Park for music, stalls, speakers and more. Stock Photo
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Pete Jenkins / Alamy Stock Photo

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BKP3HY

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51.2 MB (1.2 MB Compressed download)

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3455 x 5184 px | 29.3 x 43.9 cm | 11.5 x 17.3 inches | 300dpi

Date taken:

1 May 2010

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A cycling paramedic misleadingly labeled 'ambulance' during Nottingham's Mayday Rally which took place on Saturday, May 1st - actual May day - in Victoria Park, Bath Street, near the Victoria Leisure Centre (which the City Council has just closed). Everyone assembled at 11 am and the march left Victoria Park at 12 for Speaker’s Corner (Clough statue). Then returned to Victoria Park for music, stalls, speakers and more.