As with many campaigning groups and organisations, it is extremely difficult to plan any protests, pickets, leafleting sessions, or public events at present.
Thus we are spending a lot of out time keeping up to date with various nukiller developments, and trying to work out just where we might hold events over the next year to 15 months.
The problem is that many of the places we wish to hold events in are now back in lockdown again. A good example being Preston near Springfields. While many of the events at which we have had stalls in the past have been cancelled this year.
On the plus side it is giving us time to evaluate just how we will continue to campaigning over the next few years.
There are currently a lot of news stories about reactor developments with possible new build, Hinkley, Sizewell, & Bradwell.
Rather than just link, or reproduce all this news information, we recommend everyone to take out a subscription to the No2NuclearPower daily news briefings.
Other blogs and websites which we also recommend in terms of keeping up to date on energy and nukiller power issues are that of
You can also keep up to date upon what’s new via our facebook page.
Currently there are a number of online petitions calling for action to stop the nukiller power industry.
A number of these are to be found on the Stop Hinkley Website.
There is also a Petition calling on the Welsh Government to invoke the Environment (Wales) Act 2016, and thus stop the dumping of radioactively contaminated mud in Welsh waters.
Keeping Informed Via Out Publications
Unlike many campaigning groups we are not holding online talks, but you can still keep yourself informed by reading our publications online.
Here are the links to them.
You can also find a lot of information via our Issue Briefings.
DRS are still moving used nukiller fuel rods to Sellafield.
Recent waste flask movements included to and from Torness on May 14th & June 16th.
While they were also observed going through Crewe on May 20th & June 6th.
It is also of note that DRS are still recruiting for more drivers, which will be based in their London and Rugby depots.
Windscale Fire Anniversary events
On October 10th it will be the 63nd Anniversary Of The Windscale Fire.
At the moment we intend to mark this anniversary.
How exactly this will be done will depend upon both local lockdowns, and the availability of public transport.
So more information about what we intend to do much nearer the time.