Last updated, September 11th 2013.
for a Nuclear-Free Middle East: Monday September 16th, 7pm: planning meeting at
LOCAL GROUP EVEN
Bromley & Beckenham, first Saturday each month: 2.30-4pm: leafleting; Sept. 21st, 7.30-10am: Festival in Community House, South Street; Nov.10th, 10.50am: White Poppy Ceremony at War Memorial, Church Road. Assemble outside Primark’s at 10.30am. Info: Ann, 8460 1295.
Croydon meets 7pm every fourth Monday of the month at Ruskin House, 23 Coombe Rd Croydon CR0 1BD.
Hackney & Islington, 2nd Monday each month: group meeting. Ring Mary, 7249 5452, for venue.
Kingston, Sept. 21st: stall in Kingston Market Place;.Info: www.kpc.gn.apc.org or 8395 2656.
Wimbledon, Sept. 7th, 2.30pm: Peace Table near Wimbledon Library Every Friday, 6-7pm: “Vigil for Peace” outside library in St. Mark’s Place. Details: Joanna, 8543 0362.
Sept. 14th, 10-5pm: STWC conference at The Old Cinema, University of Westminster 309 Regent St W1. Members only, £10/£5. Info or to book call 7561 4830; firstname.lastname@example.org
Sept. 17th, 6.30pm: Vijay Mehta will discuss his book The Economics of Killing at London CAAT meeting, Unit 4, 5-7 Wells Terrace, N4 3JU. Info:email@example.com
Sept. 18th, 7pm. ‘Undercover: The True Story of Britain’s Secret Police’ with Rob Evans. £3, redeemable against any purchase. At Housmans Bookshop, 5 Caledonian Road N1. (Near King’s Cross station.)
Sept. 20-21st: Peace History conference at Friends Meeting House, Manchester. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sept. 21st, 11am-1pm: outside Dalston-Kingsland station. Protest against nuclear trains going through Dalston and other parts of London. Leafletting, information, petitioning, banners. Come and help. Org. LRCND’s Nuclear Trains Action Group, 7607 2302; www.nonucleartrains.org.uk
Sept. 29th, 10am: Join mass protest outside Tory Party Conference to defend the NHS. Info: Shaun (UNITE) on 07768-693 940.
October 5th, Croughton: March and rally at RAF Croughton, Oxon, US military communications base & satellite link for US drones Org by Oxfordshire Peace Campaign. Transport from Oxford. Info: email@example.com
October 7th, 1pm: Stop the War Coalition will hold a 'Naming the Dead' ceremony on the 11th anniversary of the start of the Afghanistan conflict. Info: STWC, 7561 9311; firstname.lastname@example.org
October 12th, 10am: Afghan Peace Conference at Euston Friends Meeting House, with Afghans, journalists, activists and academics on the current situation. Info:
October 19th, 10am-5.30pm: “Militarisation in Everyday Life in the UK. An information-sharing and networking event on at Friends House, London. Org. by ForcesWatch, 7837 2822.
October 20th, 11am: Join Stop the War Coalition on TUC march to make the link between wars abroad and attacks on welfare at home. Info: http://afuturethatworks.org/
October 26th, 11am-1pm: outside Camden Road station: Protest against nuclear trains going through Camden and London generally. Come and help. Org. LRCND’s Nuclear Trains Action Group, 7607 2302; www.nonucleartrains.org.uk
Aldermaston Atomic Weapons Factory: women’s peace camp 2nd w/e each month. Info: 07969-739 812; www.aldermaston.net
First Sunday each month: Walk in Peace. Slow, silent 1-hour walk for peace. Meet 10.55am, Speakers’ Corner café, Hyde Park (Marble Arch tube). Info: Clare, email@example.com 8755 0353.
And on Monday July 16th, a demonstration against nuclear power drew an estimate crowd of 170,000.
Background: after the
On Fridays we both show our solidarity with the Japanese protestors and say, “End nuclear power in the
Leaflets will be available to give out. Bring suitable banners and placards, radiation suits or whatever if you can, but at least bring yourself! Leaflets to give out and flags to hold will be available.