Friday, 17 September 2010

Stop Nuclear Power Network national gathering, Bristol, 23-24 October

The Stop Nuclear Power Network is a grassroots network of groups and individuals taking action against nuclear power and its expansion and supporting sustainable alternatives.

Date for your diaries:
National network gathering, Saturday 23rd to Sunday 24th October, Bristol (venue tbc)

Meet people from your region and from around the country who are taking action against nuclear power. Make plans together and build solidarity with people who live next door to Hinkley Point.

Saturday: Plot and plan for the future, and make plans for Sunday.

Sunday: This is up to you. Perhaps a skill share, a direct action workshop, or even taking our message to the street in Bristol.

Lunch and dinner Saturday, and Sunday lunch.

Crash space available on a dry, warm and quiet floor space. If you need a bed, please get in contact ASAP and we'll try and help you out.

For a telephone number to contact during the weekend, send us an email.

Please help by letting us know you are coming so we can plan for space, food and logistics.
Email: nonewnuclear [at]

Solidarity with Stop Hinkley

If EdF get their way, Hinkley C in Somerset will become the first nuclear power station built in Britain for 20 years. Stop Hinkley is a long running community campaign to stop deadly nuclear sites being built near their homes. Their struggle is our struggle.

Demo at Hinkley Point, Sept 2010 (D. Viesnik)

Action against EDF

EDF is one of the largest electricity companies and is 85% owned by the French state. In Britain, EDF wants to build new nuclear reactors at four sites, the first being at Hinkley Point in Somerset and Sizewell in Suffolk.

Campaigning on the re-re-re-CONsultation

The government is taking its pro-nuclear propaganda on tour around the UK for the third time this autumn in an attempt to escape legal challenges to its nuclear ambitions. We'll be at the CONsultations, letting everyone know the greenwashed, profit-driven agenda they are spewing out.

For more info about the weekend, contact: nonewnuclear [at]

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