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Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom

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A NPC&PC Trident Statement, please read !

National serviceman in the early 1950s infantry learnt not to fire until “you can see the whites of their eyes”, and how to propel an anti-tank grenade from an old-fashioned rifle. Nothing about the atom bomb the UK was already testing, or “the bloody Union Jack” Ernest Bevin wanted on it. We were conscripts, called […]

Trident Nuclear Programme

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A Vigil for Peace

12pm midday – 12.30pm Saturday 20th February 2016
Outside St Peter Mancroft, Norwich
Bring love, all welcome

A Vigil for Peace

11.30am Meet at St. Peter Mancroft, Norwich
Saturday 12th December
Bring love

Hope for the future, remembrance of the past

Sunday November 8th at 12.45, Norwich Memorial
Everyone is invited to lay a wreath of White and Red Poppies at War Memorial to remember all victims of war, past present and future, and to affirm our commitment to living more peacefully.
White poppies are used to fund peace initiatives by Peace Pledge Union.
Short readings welcome

Peace One Day: United Nations International Day of Peace

Who will you make peace with?

Stop the Arms Fair Big day of Action, 12th September 2015, London: CAAT

This September, the world’s largest arms fair is taking place in London: Defence & Security Equipment International (DSEI). It exists so that arms buyers and sellers can come together, network and make deals.
Gather at:
ExCeL Centre
E16 1XL


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Hiroshima and Nagasaki 70 Years On

[ August 9, 2015; 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm. ] Norwich Peace Camp are holding a Peace Vigil and Picnic on Sunday, 9th August, from 1- 2pm by the Peace Pillar in Chapelfield Gardens, to remember the horror and suffering of Hiroshima and Nagasaki 70 years ago.

Say NO to Trident Renewal.

All welcome.

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