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.
What is it? Is it a knitting circle, a vigil, a blockade or a protest at Burghfield?
Brrr..... i know it will be freezing, but after missing last month's camp, i am looking forward to a couple of nights around the campfire this weekend.
I drove up to a very colourful display of banners on the fence, peace flags flying in the breeze, and a new banner declaring 'USA Aldermaston'.
July update available on the campaigns/nextgeneration webpage: scroll down for link.This is a leaflet full of information and campaign ideas.
well, after catching the plods unaware during the last block the builders blockade, five of us from camp managed a lock on at home office gate while other camp women blockaded the road
hmmm... its always that funny time - just before something happens. so after weeks of prep, all of a sudden the time is here!
author: HappyCamper bats (real and figurative) our slithery visitor mosquitos ants (several million) moon (not wildlife exactly) weird bugs that fall out of trees chirpy frigging t
Come and join/visit us at camp this weekend: we really appreciate people coming by and supporting/chatting/bringing cake/asking for information/ telling us what's going on in your own
JANUARY CAMP Friday evening we noticed a number of vehicles which we suspected may have been connected to the women's peace camp as it seems to occur every month f