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We had several visits from friendly MDP - but all on the same basis of asking questions.
July 10,11, 12
August 7, 8, 9
September 11, 12, 13
October 9, 10, 11
November 13, 14, 15
December 11, 12, 13
February camp was blustery and the weather was distinctly adverse with heavy rain and gusts of wind that knocked a table over.
Some pointless AWE factoids of dubious accuracy for that ever unlikely pub quiz question.
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.