Eco-struggle gathering in Shropshire, 25-28 Feb (UK)
The Shropshire anti-coal site at Huntington Lane was set up almost a year ago to defend the site against UK Coal’s plans to mine the huge site set in thousands of hectares of beautiful woodland in the heart of Shropshire’s beautiful countryside.
On October 13th, UK Coal in co-operation with the national eviction team begun work on the southern part of the site and have begun work, trashing the land with a large array of massive earth-moving equipment. Since then the mine has become an operating opencast however the camp is still going as good as ever and getting stronger by the day!
We are calling for people to come and join us for an action-packed extended weekend of resistance at the site from the 25th-28th Feb 2011.
We plan to include skill-sharing including site skills, action and defense building, information sharing and networking with activists from other campaigns.
Come to the gathering to enjoy free vegan food, nature walks through huge areas of uninterrupted beautiful ancient woodland, acoustic music by the campfire and enjoying the company of the lovely people at the site.
Some crash space is available but if possible please bring your own tent and sleeping equipment. Waterproof warm clothes are of course a necessity at this time of year too.
We will provide tasty hot vegan food for all the gathering by donation, come with many hands for chopping veg.
How to get there:
Detailed travel directions are available on the website, or call us on 07503 583419, email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Please help spread the word and bring your friends to the gathering!
This entry was posted on Thursday, February 10th, 2011 at 5:53 pm and is filed under Eco Struggle.