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Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2000 00:03:45 +0100 (BST)
From: Jo Makepeace (
Subject: SchNEWS 263, Friday 16th june 2000


Nine Ladies - Stanton Moor

Nine Ladies Set up to defend Stanton Moore hillside in the Peak District National Park from destruction by the reopening of two quarries.
tel: 0797 4049369


Faslane Peace Camp celebrated eighteen years this year, outside the Royal Navy's base in Scotland that is home to the countries trident submarines.
tel: 01436 820901

Glen of the Downs

Glen of the Downs Ireland's first road protest site against the extension of the European superhighway has largely disbanded due to the jailing and intimidation of protesters. There is still a camp but those going will need to provide for themselves.
tel: 0035 314973773

Vallee d'Aspe (Aspe Valley) - France

This is part of a twelve year campaign to stop the E7 motorway being built through the Pyrenees. The camp is at Bedous near Pau.
tel: 00330672634905


The various protest camps against housing developments in Essex have now been evicted, but the campaign still continues with ongoing actions.
tel: 020 74503599


The campaign against the Birmingham North Relief Road are now holding weekly protests every Thursday outside the offices of the company heading the project. Also picnics every Saturday on the route of the proposed road.
Contact ATOM - tel: 07818 687742

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