start 6pm Friday 22nd - afternoon 25th April 2011 : Sizewell is on the Suffolk Coast about 8 miles from the A12 about 100 miles from Central London. The nearest train station is Saxmundham which is 7 miles from Sizewell.
The postcode for the power station is IP16 4UE if you want to look it up on the Internet.
Skill Share, Networking and Protest
Power for the People-Not Profits for the Few
Friday 22rd – Monday 25th April
Spend Easter weekend camping on the beach at Sizewell and show your opposition to new nuclear power and the need for sustainable energy solutions. This weekend also marks the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl Disaster. The weekend includes a protest at the nuclear power station entrance, A public meeting, workshops and skill shares, woodland and beach walks, vegan grub and networking. Now is the time to take action against new build – come join us to say
‘Nuclear power – No thanks!’
Friday 22rd- 25th 6pm onwards
Saturday 23th, 12noon at the entrance to Sizewell A and B
A demonstration outside the gates of Sizewell opposing nuclear power and supporting the alternatives.
Saturday 7pm Leiston Community Centre
Workshops and Walks..
Sunday 24th, At the Camp
A number of workshops including basic nuclear physics, why some environmentalists support nuclear power, alternative energy supplies and walks along the beach and into the woods EdF intend to distroy
Monday Morning Pack Up camp.
The camp will not be run for you but by you so please be prepared to help out with the running of the camp.
Please let us know (contact details below) if you are thinking of coming so we have an idea of numbers.
Monday 25th April - Manchester : Chernobyl 25 Commemorative Concert and Vigil
Doors open 6.15pm for a 6.40pm Start : St. Ann's Church, St Ann's Square, Manchester
A night of music, poetry and song followed by a candlelight vigil
Contact : Jacqui Burke - Greater Manchester CND email@example.com Tel : +44 (0)161 273 8283
26 avril - Londres : Tchernobyl: La verité
9 et 18 heures : Houses of Parliament, London
A l'exterieur des "Houses of Parliament" à Londres. Panneaux et tracts concernant surtout la désinformation, l'écart entre le chiffre dérisoire de l'OMS (50 morts) et le million, cité par Yablokov, Nesterenko. Nous demandons la verité!
A public debate will be held in Norwich to mark the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl catastrophe:
“Nuclear Power; to build or not to build?”
Doors open: 7 pm. for 7.30 pm start. Refreshments afterwards.
Campaigning stalls to view before and after the debate, with tables available for organisations to put out their own materials
2 experienced speakers from each side, with maximum participation from the floor. Chairman: Dr. Ian Gibson.
A collection will be held to cover the evening’s expenses, with the balance being sent to Chernobyl Children’s Project (UK)
Sponsors: Local Groups of CND, Greenpeace, FOE and Green Party.
A letter will be delivered to the pro-nuclear Bishop of Carlisle - Bishop James Newcome.
The letter will outline the madness of "geological disposal" in Cumbria which is being promoted in order to push ahead with new build. The Bishop will be respectfully asked to change with the times and leave nuclear behind!
Tuesday, 26th April - Bridgwater, Somerset : Chernobyl Day Walk and Vigil
7:30 pm : Meet at Bandstand, Blake Gardens.....[near library]
Candlelit walk and vigil with two minutes' silence. Bring a candle in a jar, poems, songs, stories and music to share or just yourself.
Organised by Stop Hinkley, Sedgemoor & West Somerset Green Party and Bridgwater Peace Group.
Walk will only be short. Vigil starts at approximately 8:30 pm. at Blake Statue, Cornhill.