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Freedom to protest

As well as campaigning directly against Britain's nuclear weapons programme, over the past 24 years, we have maintained our right to protest in the proud tradition of women's protest and resistance. There have been repeated attempts over the years to get rid of the camp by the Ministry of Defence and the companies which run Aldermaston. In 2009 we finally won the right to camp on Ministry of Defence land outside the fence at Aldermaston.

Appeal against Judicial Review of Byelaws

The appeal was heard on 26 November; no date was given for delivery of the decision. Watch this space.

Byelaws judicial review appeal

The appeal will take place at 10.30am on 26 November in Cout 70,

AWPC Memorandum to Human Rights Committee

On 24 April 2008, the Human Rights Joint Committee issued a call for evidence relating to the right to protest, and in particular:

Case dismissed: first SOCPA 128 on nuclear licensed site

A District Judge at Newbury today dismissed a case of trespass on a nuclear licensed site against an Aldermaston peace campaigner.

Camp is NOT closing!

camp womenContrary to today's frontpage Independent story, the women's peace camp is

Strike for donuts! Down with dampness! We love Tadley-ites!

AWPC challenges denial of right to freedom of assembly

socpa signA legal challenge to byelaws at the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) Alder

October Camp

Burghfield byelaws