In 1983, shortly after the remains of the agricultural union merged into the Transport & General Workers’ Union, an annual rally was re-established to commemorate and celebrate the struggles that took place in Burston.

Ever since leading figures in the Labour and Trade Union movement have retraced the steps of their predecessors to come to the village and speak about the great issues of the day. The rally of 1984 marked the 70th anniversary of the first protests of 1914 and from then the Burston Strike School Rally has once again a key date in the Labour movement calendar.