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Stop New Nuclear: No more Fukushimas - 10-11 March 2012: Surround Hinkley Point

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No more Fukushimas - 10-11 March 2012: Surround Hinkley Point

The biggest industrial disaster in history.

Japan, has been brought to its knees by the ongoing events at Fukushima.


Stop New Nuclear newsletter no 9, 30 October 2011

Dear all,

only one week to go until our Stop New Nuclear gathering in Bristol on 5/6 November 2011, and we are looking forward to an exciting weekend of discussions and planning. If you have not done so yet, please register for the gathering as soon as possible, especially if you need accommodation. Please also check out our ideas forum, and contribute your ideas for action.

Stop New Nuclear gathering, 5/6 November 2011, Bristol

Dear all,

we now set the dates for the first Stop New Nuclear gathering: it will take place from 5-6 November 2011 at The Factory in Bristol. Please mark the dates in your diary - we will soon provide more information and a more detailed agenda for the gathering at

Report of police liaison work over the Hinkley blockade weekend of 1st to 3rd October 2011.

Written by Angie Zelter on 12th October 2011.

Seize the Day at the Hinkley blockade, 3 October 2011

County Times: Powys protest goes to Somerset

A KNIGHTON woman led a group of protesters from across Wales to Somerset to fight EDF Energy’s plans to build two new nuclear reactors next to the existing nuclear site.

Angie Zelter, a resident of Knighton and Knighton Peace and Justice member, helped organise the blockade on Saturday, October 1, to the EDF regional HQ in Bridgwater, and at the Hinkley Point Nuclear Power Station in Somerset on Monday, October 3.

Video: 'We don't need no radiation' live at Hinkley Point, 3 October 2011

'We don't need no radiation' performed live at the Hinkley Blockade.

Balloons from Hinkley: where they were found

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Bristol Evening Post: Nuclear plant blockaded by campaigners

More than 200 anti-nuclear campaigners blockaded Hinkley Point nuclear power station yesterday to protest against Government proposals for a new wave of nuclear power stations, set to start with Hinkley C.

But EDF Energy, the French-owned company which runs Hinkley said the long-planned blockade had no effect on the Somerset nuclear plant.

It said deliveries were brought forward and the workforce arrived on site early.

The company said it accepted the campaigners’ right to peaceful protest and it was “business as usual”.


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