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Four arrests at AWE as peace walk passes through

On Friday 27 July, the Footprints for Peace walk arrived at AWE Aldermaston. The walkers began their 86-day journey in Dublin on 12 May and will arrive in London on 6 August - Hiroshima Day.

AWPC joins solidarity call for Russian anti-nuke activists

Statement of solidarity by UK-based anti-nuclear groups and individuals

On 21 July, neo-nazis attacked an anti-nuclear protest camp at Angarsk, Siberia, Russia.

North pond area flooded

Our Roving Reporter was in the neighbourhood over last weekend during the serious flooding across Berkshire. This photo was taken of the North Ponds area on the Saturday morning.

Safety warning at nuclear bomb plant

THE UK's nuclear bomb factory has been struggling to remedy as many as 1000 safety defects uncovered by the government's official watchdog.

Arrests at AWE Aldermaston as new byelaws come into force

PRESS RELEASE: For immediate release

Camping campaigners in byelaws battle with MoD

As with many military sites across Britain, land at AWE Aldermaston has been subject to specific military byelaws for many years.

Updated infosheets

The "new to camp" leaflet has been updated, as has the "next generation" briefing. See visiting camp for link to information (pdf) for visitors to the monthly women's peace camp.

Scots Descend on UK Nuclear Weapons factory

On 23 April a group of activists from Scotland shut three gates at Aldermaston from 6 am for around five hours.

First Aldermaston SOCAP arrest on run-up to Trident vote

At the start of the week that sees a vote on Trident replacement, Juliet McBride from Aldermaston Women's Peace Camp was arrested after spending over two hours on a high security fence surrounding