Keep Space for Peace Week demos

Keep Space for Peace Week demos

Up North – ‘RAF’ Fylingdales 12-3pm

Fylingdales is a US Ballistic Missile Early Warning and Missile Defence Radar in the heart of the North Yorks Moors. It has developed into an integral component in the command, control and communications network for the US missile defence project. This project is sparking a new arms race and is a key plank in allowing the U.S. to gain greater military dominance on earth and in space. Watch this video for an explaination of how Missile Defence systems work and the problems they cause.

Meet at Eller Beck, just to the north of Fylingdales on the A169 between Pickering and Whitby. There’ll be a marquee, food, hot drinks (and a loo!).  Great performances –  including from Bull The Band (https://www.facebook.com/BullTheBand/)   Speakers include CND’s General Secretary Kate Hudson, Konni Schmidt from Germany’s Stop Ramstein campaign, John Bourton Chair of Veterans for Peace, and Denise Craghill, York Green Councillor.

Book transport from Bradford and Leeds to demo or contact us if coming from other locations.

Down South – ‘RAF’ Croughton – 12-3pm

The U.S will be spending £200 to turn U.S. Croughton into one of its’ largest international intelligence hubs. This base supports many U.S. military sites in Europe and involved in world wide war operations. These include space communications, data links, military drone information, bomber guidance, missile defence, diplomatic communications and command and control war fighting functions.

‘RAF’ Croughton main gate – on the B4031, off the A43, 2 miles North of M40 junction 10, just South of Brackley, Northamptonshire. Food stall and disabled toilet at the main gate. Bring flags and banners!

Speakers include Chris Cole (Drone Wars UK) Lindis Percy and Paul MObbs (CroughtonWatch).

Minibus leaves St. Giles, Oxford 10.45 & Oxford Rail station 11am. Tickets £8 – pre-booking essential – 01865 248357 / oxonpeace@yahoo.co.uk.

Organised by Oxfordshire Peace Campaign.

PLUS

Demo at Menwith Hill on Tuesday 4th October – click here for details