Thursday, 8 April 2010

Camp Against New Nuclear Build - 23-26 April 2010, Sizewell, Suffolk

Chernobyl Weekend - Fri, 23 April, 12noon - Mon, 26 April 2010, 3pm
Sizewell Nuclear Power Station, Suffolk, England

Sizewell B, Chernobyl weekend 2009  (Photo: D. Viesnik)

New Nuclear Build - A Distraction from the Real Solutions

Come and join us for a weekend of networking, protest, commemoration and info and skill sharing!

More detailed info HERE

To book your place at the camp (we need numbers for catering), to ask about transport from Saxmundham station or for other info, contact: 

0845 337 0282 (before camp)
sizewell [at]
(Contact number during camp: 07976 705 127)

Both Labour and the Tories plan to push ahead with a new generation of nuclear power stations, starting with Hinkley (Somerset) and Sizewell (Suffolk). Nuclear power is plagued with problems and is a false solution to climate change. It diverts attention and much-needed investment from more environmentally-friendly and sustainable strategies to address the twin challenges of climate change and energy security.
Sizewell - by Ziggy Norton

The camp, which will be based very near the existing power stations, will include workshops, a demo, a tour of the proposed sites for the new reactors, Chernobyl Day commemorations and more.

This event is being organised by the Stop Nuclear Power Network (formerly Nuclear People Power), a UK-based non-hierarchical grassroots network of groups and individuals taking action against nuclear power and its expansion and supporting sustainable alternatives.

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