During May we spent a lot of time being physically active: climbing the tree to look at the warhead convoy at Burghfield, running around the outer perimeter fence of AWE Aldermaston and honing our gaz
The following speech was given by Angela at the "Stop Fooling With Nuclear Weapons" April 2013 CND demo.
Aldermaston Women's Peace Camp have an article in Peacenews:
Freezing of course, the actual temperature was not too bad but it was windy and wet at times. We managed to keep warm though.
Two challengers for the AWPC Harriers championship ran around the perimeter of AWE Aldermaston in October, one clockwise and the other anti-clockwise completing the 4.69 miles in just over an hour.
A lovely Camp was had by all and we did a roundabout camp on Saturday
afternoon. Then on Sunday am a AWE tanoy message re problems in Building
24. Repeated but mainly undeciferable. Unusual.
There were no northern lights visible from Dingly Dell but a huge moon appeared from behind the A90.
Stirling work was done by 3 women yesterday in stripping the new caravan and converting it to a proper (labelled!) store for camp stuff.
Listening to ex-General Dannatt on "Telegraph TV", which I venture is a non-TV web video masquerading as a news channel on the Telegraph's news site,