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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.
On 23 April a group of activists from Scotland shut three gates at Aldermaston from 6 am for around five hours.
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
Parliamentary time has been scheduled from 12.40-7pm for debate on Trident, followed by vote.
For immediate release-------------------------------------------
With the parliamentary vote on replacing the Trident nuclear submarine fleet expected in mid-March, and a national demonstration of mass opposition called for 24 February in London, anti-nuclear ca
On 23 January a group of activists from Scotland, including members of Faslane Peace Camp, carried out an unannounced blockade of AWE. Eight people were arrested
Various bits of coverage in the mainstream media.
In December 2006 the government published a White Paper in which it confirmed its intention to replace the Trident submarine fleet and outlined proposals for replacing the current Trident D5 missil