South East England
A bunch of walkers from as far away as Dorset and the Chilterns walked the forbidden Access Land site of Breaky Bottom farm and vineyard, near Rodmell, East Sussex, on Saturday.
And they said "two fingers to the selfish landowner who wishes to remove a right of access that has taken 130 years to secure".
Check out http://coalaction.org.uk/ for the updated and re-vamped Coal Action Network website and detailed coal maps of the UK. It is hoped that this website will be a useful resource to anyone taking action – or thinking of taking action – to protect communities, environments and the climate system from coal projects.
There will be a free AT Co-op training week in Nottingham, from Thursday 6th of May to Monday 10th of May 2010.
Saturday April 10th
BP hit by tar sands protests in London, Brighton, Oxford and Cambridge
Oil company targeted by nationwide protests in advance of crucial AGM vote
Protesters demand BP pulls out of “the most destructive project on Earth” - the Canadian tar sands
6th April 2010
No Tar sands and Boycott BP sprayed onto walls in Wantage and Grove.
IN A TOTALLY unexpected move, Worthing borough councillors have thrown out the 875-home housing scheme threatening Titnore Woods.
They had been recommended to approve the plans and there was little suggestion that the Tory-run authority had any thought of saying no to the property developers.
In the early hours of Monday morning, the new Tescos by Titnore Woods protest site was attacked. The locks were super glued and the messages "TESCOS SUCKS" and quite simply "Go away" were spraypainted accross the windows of the front entrance.
Shortly afterwards one person was arrested and is waiting to be charged. Most likely to be joint enterprise of criminal damage.