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Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament

 
 
 
 
Campaign: November issue
As we commemorate Remembrance Day, we should take the opportunity to reflect on how deadly future wars could be, as well as remembering the horrors of past ones. Read more about this issue in November’s edition of Campaign magazine. You can also read about Trump’s latest disastrous decision – to withdraw the US […]

Monthly peace vigil

Outbreak of Peace in Norwich City centre
12 midday – 1pm
St. Peter Mancroft Church
All welcome 

NPC&PC event

Dear everyone
may peace be with you
just to say that this year’s 13th annual NPC&PC event passed off successfully
attendance was good
The Mayor’s visit to open the event officially and also start the Peace Cycle 
was very welcome
the contribution from the many participating organisationss was commendable and we thank everyone who came along to visit
Our next event is […]

Outbreak of peace in Norwich….

Monthly Vigil for Peace

All Welcome
Monthly Vigil for Peace
12 midday – 1pm
Saturday 6th October 2018
St. Peter Mancroft Church, Norwich

Welcome to 13th annual Norwich Peace Camp & Peace Cycle do come along if you possibly can and bring your friends as well

Please click on the link below
A4 COLOUR poster

CND Symbol in Norwich

The Iconic Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament symbol came to Norwich on 10th and 11th August
and was well received including by our Mayor
who is a Mayor for Peace

CND Symbol coming to Norwich

On Friday 10th August and Saturday 11th we have the honour of the touring Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament Symbol coming to our city,
first to Chapelfield Park near the Peace Pillar and then to St Peter Mancroft Church
please come by to help out or visit
 
also see:      https://cnduk.org/

The logic of peace is greater than lesser poverties

On January 20, 1945 The U.S. President, Roosevelt received a 40 age document detailing Japan’s surrender and a chance to end WWII. Roosevelt ignored this offer and dropped atomic bombs on Nagasaki & Hiroshima. Details here: The logic of peace is greater than lesser poverties. 

Vigil for Peace

You are all invited to the next peace vigil. This will be followed by a Meal for Peace in the Friends Meeting House.
 
Vigil for Peace
12 midday – 1pm
Saturday 4th August 2018
outside St Peter Mancroft Church, Norwich.
Bring banners, petitions & love.
 
Meal for Peace & fundraising event (bring and share).
1.15pm
Friends Meeting House, Norwich NR2 1EW 
Bring food to […]

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