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This is the virtual home of Aldermaston Women's Peace Camp and Campaign. It is where you will find us when we are not hanging out around the fire at camp ... plotting the end of nuclear weapons, patriarchy, war ... etc... Established in 1985, the camp remains a symbol of resistance to nuclear madness - and British-manufactured weapons of mass destruction in particular.


Aldermaston contracts - Sunday Times

A 25-YEAR CONTRACT to manage Britain’s nuclear weapons stockpile may
be torn up by the government amid spiralling costs and overruns.
Concerns are mounting over poor performance on a series of key

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From the archives

As we have seemingly just slipped into a timewarp vortex linked to 1983, we thought it would be a good time to rifle through the peace camp cupboards and cast our mind's eye back over the past.

About AWE

Convoy film

This is footage of a nuclear warhead convoy from AWE Burghfield to RNAD Coulport filmed by AWPC on behalf of Nukewatch in January 2015.

events and actions

Women Against War Walkabout on the anniversary of Embrace the Base - Greenham, December 12th 1982

12 December, 2015 (All day)

In December we are planning to celebrate the anniversary of the Embrace the Base event at Greenham in 1982 which happens to fall on our December camp weekend.

Plan of action: