18 Apr 2010

Sizewell anti-nuclear power camp

Please circulate widely.

Stop Nuclear Power Network
http://stopnuclearpoweruk.net


Camp Against Nuclear New Build
Friday 23rd – Monday 26th April



The UK government is now talking about

massive expansion of nuclear power in the UK.

Sizewell is planned to be one of the first built....

Campaigning against new-build is stepping up. If we want to stop the next

generation of nuclear power – NOW is the time to act.



- Friday at 2pm Sizewell beach car park- to set up the camp.

Demonstration

Saturday 24th, 12noon – 2pm at the entrance to Sizewell A and B

A protest outside the gates of Sizewell opposing nuclear power and supporting the

alternatives.

Public Meeting

Saturday 24th, 7:30pm at Leiston Community Centre

Some people from the camp will be explaining the reasons for the camp and recent direct

actions at the NPS - including, why they are against nuclear power, the alternatives and the

problems with the decision-making over the UK energy structure.

Workshops and Walks

Sunday 25th, At the Camp

Basic nuclear physics, What is Energy? Alternative Energy? , What’s Wrong With

Centralised Energy?, What is so great about decentralised energy?, Wildlife spotting on the

site where Sizewell C is proposed, and workshops on a variety of Campaigning Skills run

by Seeds for Change.

A day of remembrance and activities.

Monday 26th, Meet 12noon at Sizewell Beach Car Park

Remembering the hundreds of thousands who were affected and those who continue to be

affected by the Chernobyl disaster 24 years later.



The Camp

Friday 23rd, 6pm onwards until Monday afternoon

Getting There

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. There will be people cycling from Saxmundham with a nuclear white

elephant on Friday so please get in contact if you would like to join them.

The postcode for the power station is IP16 4UE if you want to look it up on the

Internet.

What You Will Need

Food will be available at the camp (suggested donation £5 per day for 3 meals a

day) so just bring the other stuff that you need – tent, waterproof clothing, ideas etc.

It may be windy and the soil under tents maybe sandy. Disabled access is possible;

contact us if you would like to know more on accessibility.

About The Camp

We want as many people as possible to feel comfortable at the camp, so please, if

you have to bring alcohol, be responsible, keep it to a real minimum and no loud

music please – successful campaigns need support from the people who live

locally! The camp will not be run for you but by you so please be prepared to help

out with washing-up etc.

It would be great to have some idea on numbers so that we can plan food etc, so if

you can, please let us know if you are coming. (Contact details below)

Contact Information

Telephone: before camp 0845 337 0282; at the camp 07976705127

Email: sizewell [at] stopnuclearpoweruk.net

The event is organised by the Stop Nuclear Power Network

http://stopnuclearpoweruk.net

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