Autonomy Films present: Austin the photographer and the Bridport women wildcat strikers. 7pm 9th November 2013

Austin Flyer7pm for 7.30pm Saturday 9th November 2013 W.I. Hall, North Street, Bridport

£3 Entry  (less if you can’t afford it)
Vegetarian soup on sale from 6.30pm
An unknown piece of  Bridport ‘history from below’ of 100 years ago.
Austin the photographer and the Bridport women wildcat strikers.
An illustrated talk by Carlos Guarita

EVENTS  ORGANISED BY OTHERS.

Frack-free Dorset

Dorset Greenpeace will be in South Street, Dorchester on Saturday 2nd November from 9:30 to 12:00 to raise awareness about fracking. Greenpeace have launched a new country-wide campaign to create a legal block against fracking. It’s called “Not for Shale”.  If you’re in town, you can go and say hello and find out more or even help on the stall to get the message across.  Just 30 mins of your time could help nlighten 15 members of the public to the ks of fracking;  it’s easy once you start,  and regular campaigners   will be alongside to support.

The ask will be to enter a postcode on the wrong move –the next page will tell you if fracking could happen in that area. If it’s a yes, then you have the opportunity to object. Frack Free Dorset facebook group and Frack Free Dorset

Unusual Things that Happen at Trees.

Illustrated talk about a hidden history of visions, rituals and healing at special trees. This popular tradition has survived across Europe, partly inside conventional religion and partly despite it, and is traced back over 3,000 years. Thursday 7th November 8 pm The Ropemakers Pub  (at the back of the pub) West Street, Bridport.

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