Regrettably, none of those who expressed the intention of joining us at our picnic were able to do so but we will try again. S to invite those members to meet at Epicure sometime for a chat, or join us
Bank action debrief We felt that our action at Barclays St Albans went well. It was good to have support from Rebels in the town and lucky that the Telegraph photographer from outside the Magistrates’ Court came round the corner
Uprising Weekend We celebrated Sunday’s march, heard about G’s arrest and felt very positive about everything except the police raiding the Arts Factory. Bank action We decided to revert to plan A, because the area outside the bank is bigger.
Bank action debrief Our small action outside Barclays in Hemel was short, simple and effective, attracting more of an audience on Bank Court than expected (with only one hostile). We delivered a letter to the manager and staff, used a
This was a short meeting in which we wrapped up plans for an action. We celebrated the decision by Berkhamsted Town Council on 14th to back the CEE Bill! They are drafting a letter to Gagan Mohindra. We have not
Wildflower Meadow – Fields End Bravo Graham for persistence with bureaucracy. Thanks to Holly Patel for the coverage in Hemel Today. Tring Park Picnic This is a combination of a social and another action in support of the CEE Bill.
On the agenda were various national and local actions. CEE Bill MD will hope to collect more signatures for the CEE Bill on Friday 21st in Dolphin Square with Tring Rebels. J will invite Chesham XR and M will invite
Picture: Three of us took part in this action outside ST Albans Magistrates’ Court on the first day of the first Free the Press trial. CEE Bill banner on the bridge Our experience on 9th May was worthwhile so we
CEE Bill action debrief “surprised no school kids signed” “some people were uncomfortable due to Covid” “some talked for ages” “we emphasised we’d be quick, just asking if people had a moment to sign a climate change petition and explained