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Important camp updates, 5 October, 22:00hrs

The camp is looking good! : we took a campsite on Thursday night, and more than 20 people are there and the mood is good. There are some great structures - you'll see what I mean soon...

We have a kitchen and toilet but along with your tent, we'd advise you to bring a ground mat and newspaper as the ground is very wet and you'll need extra protection for your tent and sleeping bag. Wellingtons are essential. It's also a good idea to bring water and loo paper. Food donations: bread, veg, fruit, snacks would also be appreciated.

Reclaim Hinkley updates: camp info / transport / weekend schedule

Dear all,

last night, we secured a campsite for the Reclaim Hinkley camp this weekend. We are looking forward to seeing you at the camp and/or at the march in Bridgwater tomorrow. With this newsletter, we give you some last updates.

Contacting us over the Reclaim Hinkley weekend

As we will all be busy and in the camp, it might not always be easy to contact us. Please do not email us, as we will only have intermittent access to email.

From Barnstormers to Barnraisers

Stop New Nuclear police liaison meeting on Sunday, 30 September 2012, 11:00am-12:30pm, Cafe at John Lewis at home, Swindon

Present: Bruce Turnbull (Avon & Somerset police), Craig Kirk (Avon & Somerset police), Andreas Speck (Stop New Nuclear), Camilla Berens (Stop New Nuclear)

Craig began the meeting by expressing his condolences about the sudden death of Crispin Aubrey of Stop Hinkley (see http://stophinkley.org/PressReleases/pr120929.htm). He assumed the protests would still go ahead, which we confirmed.

NEW GREEN PARTY LEADER TO JOIN MASS TRESPASS AT NUCLEAR POWER STATION: 08/10/12

Press release for immediate use
03.10.12

Protesters from all over the UK will be joined by the new Green Party leader, Natalie Bennett, on a mass trespass demonstration at Hinkley Point nuclear power station. Hundreds are expected to converge at a weekend protest camp before many attempt to scale the fence surrounding land earmarked for the controversial Hinkley C power plant in Somerset.

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