End Coal Now looks set to be UK’s biggest ever mass action targeting an opencast mine, just an hour’s drive from Bristol. There’ll be a mini bus leaving from outside Kebele on Robertson rd in Bristol this Sunday 1st May. Departure times at 10am and again at 3.30pm. Email email@example.com to book a place.
There’ll be a camp squatted in South Wales to give people a space to prepare.
Saturday: set up and a performance about Columbian resistance: Buried Sunshine.
Sunday: wildlife and local history walk, community banner making, Plenary with speakers from Bangladesh and frontline campaigns and tunes from KELD and Sieze the Day.
Monday: workshops on everything from action training to updates on biofuels, fuel poverty, aviation expansion to bike maintenance and hands on renewables. Followed by a Plenary with workers from Port Talbot Steel a ceilidh and a screening of the Miners Strike documentary: Still the Enemy within.
Tuesday: we mass tresspass on the coal mine and shut it down. Subsequent celebrations kicked off by Bolshy.
Wednesday: Celebration and tat do Mini bus leaving Bristol on Sunday 1st May at 10am and again at 3.30pm, picking up outside Kebele on Robertson rd in Easton. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place.
For more information about the camp see: http://reclaimthepower.org.uk/endcoalnow/logistics/ and http://reclaimthepower.org.uk/endcoalnow/programme/