23 Jan to 17 Feb 2018 at CICCIC, Memorial Hall, Paul Street, Taunton, Somerset TA1 3PF
Tues, Weds, Thurs, Sat - 9:30 - 16:00, Fri 9:30 - 13:00
Launch reception: Tuesday 23 January 18:00 - 21:00,
with a screening of 20 millisieverts per year (56mins) at 19:00
Screening: Little Voices From Fukushima (119mins)
Saturday 17 February
14:00 - 16:00

In October 2016 Lis Fields participated in a study tour of Fukushima, organised by Green Cross Switzerland, the environmental NGO founded by Mikhail Gorbachev. ‘20 millisieverts per year‘ is a selection of her photographs and texts with which she examines some of the consequences of the nuclear catastrophe unleashed at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in 2011. More >>>

The next campaign meetings are on Monday 15 January and 19 February at 7pm
at West Bow House, Milton Place off West Street, Bridgwater TA6 3RT

Meetings are usually held on the third Monday of the month. All members and non-members are very welcome to attend, though only members have voting rights.

Please let us know [click here]
if you plan to come to give us an idea of numbers and to keep you informed of any last minute change of plan.

Stop Hinkley
Street Stalls
Jo and her team usually run the stall in Bridgwater, Taunton and Glastonbury.
We are also hoping that people in other towns will start up their own stalls. 

It really is easy. All you need is a small, light table and some leaflets which you can download here (or contact us for supplies).

If you would like to help out with these stalls or start one in your local town, please contact Jo Smoldon [click here].

November 2017 Paris: The World Anti-Nuclear Social Forum: Two members went to Paris to represent Stop Hinkley and the UK at the 3rd Anti- Nuclear World Social Forum. There we met many passionate campaigners from countries all over the world concerned about the damage being done to the environment and health of their local communities by the nuclear industry. More >>>

2 Feb 2017: Report on HPC Community Forum Meeting:The Community Forum is made up of representatives from any local body with an interest in HPC. Parish, Town, District and County Councils are well represented, along with a number of EdeF folk. The ONR stopped attending when it became clear that it would be a while before there was anything nuclear on site to deal with. The Agenda is set by EdeF. More >>>

December 2016:Hinkley C - not a site for sore eyes:Once a month, EdeF lay on a visit to the HPC site for the general public. SH member Roy Pumfrey joined the December group. More >>>

01 Oct 2016: Flamanville, France: I’ve just recovered from an amazing weekend camping in Normandy where I represented Stop Hinkley to take part in the massive French anti-nuclear demonstration at Flamanville, the problem EPR reactor which must start generating before Hinkley C can be built. More >>>

03 Sep 2016: Massive Attack concert: The Bristol group, Massive Attack, invited Stop Hinkley to speak at their concert on the Downs in Bristol and to run a Stop Hinkley stall. More >>>

29 Aug 2016: Stop Hinkley hosted a Green Regional Environment minister from Upper Austria with members of his staff and journalists from four Austrian national newspapers visited England to find out about how Hinkley C was progressing and meet some Stop Hinkley members. More >>>

28 July 2016: the ups and downs, twists and turns of the EDF Final Investment Decision day. Synchronising our movements, including interviews, protests, banners and public supported displays, with the announcements from EDF. More >>>

23 July 2016: Stop Hinkley joined a national day of action with Nuclear Train Action Group More >>>

June 2016: Green Scythe Fair
We had a very successful day on the Stop Hinkley stall. More >>>



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