North West England

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North West England

Radical Social Centres in the UK - new list

29.10.2005
Social centres organise to create new worlds, new possibilities, real leisure and social alternatives to wage labour and centralised power. Although more established in countries like Italy and Spain, the concept of social centres as a political strategy is taking off all over the UK.

Worldwide Day of Action against McDonalds - Sunday 16th October

Burned McD

Image above actually from French riots of a few weeks later!

McDonalds Day 2005 Birmingham

In Birmingham, 13 campaigners met up at midday, and staged demos outside all 4 of McDiseased city centre stores.

Roads and Airport gathering in Nottingham early October

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The latest in a series of one-day gatherings to plan actions against road and runway expansion will take place in Nottingham on Saturday 8th October, meeting at the sumac centre, 245 Gladstone Street, Nottingham, NG7 6HX - We're looking at a 10am start.

it's september critical mass!!! Manchestaaa

Manchester CM flier 1

29.09.2005
critical mass 6pm at the central library steps..an amazing urban bike ride through the city streets to celebrate the bicycle..and how amazing cycling is..

Bankfield community centre, Liverpool sit-in against closure

Sep 26 2005

'Just try to move us out'

CAMPAIGNERS have mounted a sit-in to save a community centre threatened with the axe.

Liverpool's Church of England leaders claim Garston's Bankfield House is unsafe.

saving iceland electronic blockade TODAY!

17.08.2005

Electronic blockade Wednesday 17. August from 10 am.

Lets force Landsvirkjun to face up to what we think of their destruction of Iceland for their own personal profit and that of multinational corporations.

Latest Corporate Watch news out now!

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saturday club 4x4 antics

25.04.2005

the saturday club met this saturday to congratulate the 4x4 drivers of manchester for giving us asthma..causing 25% of all road traffic accidents and for their massive contribution to climate change...

GM activists blockade Sainsbury's Merseyside depot

Sainsburys Merseyside Blockade 1

03.03.2005
At eleven o'clock last night a group of about 25 people took advantage of the beautiful clear weather to blockade the Sainsbury's depot in Haydock, Merseyside.

SAINSBURY GM FEED CAMPAIGN: How you can help now

04.02.2005

We're urgently seeking some last minute assistance in the ongoing saga of British GM animal feed imports. This is a short, easy action for everyone.

For those of you who haven't been following the activities of the 'Fair Price for GM Free Milk Coalition', the story in brief is that last year a group of independent farming unions and grassroots campaigners got together to try and target the use of GM animal feed in the UK. The idea was to start by encouraging Sainsbury's to keep its four year commitment to phase out GM feed.

Santas for Sainsburys protest and email action alert

18.12.2004
(please forward this posting onto all relevant anti-GM email lists and forums)

Give the environment a present this Christmas – Santas for Sainsburys action called for in a store near you. Plus loads of people who need to hear your concerns.

Peat Excavation Site Sabotaged - Chat Moss

03.12.2004
Earlier this year a peat excavation works at Chat Moss near Manchester was Sabotaged. The site where the extraction was taking place was of high ecological value and in the vacinity of a wildlife Site of Scientific Importance. Peat bogs also have great value as Co2 sinks.

Another Director Resigns from 'Bridge Across the Bay Co'

8.11.2004

Prof. Bill Davies has announced his resignation from the notorious 'Bridge Across the Bay Company' after protests last week at the Lancaster Enivironment Centre.