These are the comments, musings and reflections of individual camp women. This is a space where we can express our personal feelings and concerns. The writings do not necessarily reflect camp as a whole.
On March 14th we went to London with many others during the vote on Trident replacement and as a result some passed the afternoon and evening in police custody.
This was a bit of a nerve-wracking action for me, but totally cool that it came off and that we blockaded the Square for such a long time.
Large flakes of wet snow were falling in Bristol as I prepared for camp weekend and I ended up with so many layers of clothing that I could hardly move.
People may wonder - why camp in January, surely it's freezing, wet and miserable? Well no, in fact, that's where they'd be wrong.
Well, if you can't do the time...
Here at the MDP we're not sipping sherry and scoffing mince pies, no, we're enforcing a curfew on illegal bogus waste collection containers: wheelie bins throughout Aldermaston, Ta
Well, well... what fun was had on Monday (11/12/06) at the Block the Builders thing.
December camp was below freezing both nights but we had plenty of pies and cakes, beer and vodka.
Well, finally, the government have admitted that they plan to retain nuclear weapons beyond the deathspan of Trident.
It was great to see so many people come to Aldermaston for the Greenpeace action on Monday.