Wednesday, 28 September 2011

CND Chair in Lancaster as local group discusses future campaigns


Given the state of the economy, is there any point in hoping that the Trident Missile system will at last be abandoned?

That's the topic of discussion at the AGM of Lancaster CND tomorrow (29th) when Dave Webb, the anti-nuclear pressure group's National Chair, will be on hand to talk about prospects for Nuclear Disarmament in 2012.

Non-members will be especially welcome.

Dave is also Chair of Yorkshire CND, Convenor of the Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space; and a member of Scientists for Global Responsibility.

His talk will be followed by discussion, followed by refreshment and the local group's Annual General Meeting, to set their campaigning priorities for 2011-12.

• Lancaster District CND Talk and AGM, Friends Meeting House (7.30-9.30pm), 29th September 2011. More info: www.lancaster-district-cnd.org E-mail: contact@lancaster-district-cnd.org

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