Travel from Bristol & Somerset to Reclaim the Power
What is Reclaim the Power?
Reclaim the Power is an action camp taking place near Blackpool in Lancashire. More than 1,000 people are expected to attend to the week of action, workshops, learning and organising for social, environmental and economic justice.
The camp has been organised in solidarity with groups on the frontline against fracking.
“For three years we have grown our movement, shared the facts about fracking at public meetings, opposed planning applications, lobbied our MPs and done everything to ensure our voices are heard. They still aren’t listening though. We need all the help we can get. That Reclaim the Power are coming to stand by us as they did the residents of Balcombe is fantastic news and we look forward to offering a Lancashire welcome.’ Tina Louise from Residents Action on Fylde Fracking (RAFF)
What is taking place?
There is a huge programme of events, that you can see here: http://www.nodashforgas.org.uk/programme2014/
The full camp:
On Thursday 14th August a minibus will be leaving from Bristol. This will return on Wednesday 20th August. Places are limited so email your phone number to email@example.com to confirm your place.
People involved in anti-fracking struggles from all over the country will be coming together.
Solidarity Sunday :
On Sunday 17th August there will be a huge Solidarity Sunday march taking place in Blackpool. Similar to the Solidarity Sunday’s that took place in Balcombe and Barton Moss, the aim of the march is to show local people in Lancashire they are not alone.
Exact times for the minibus can be accessed from Frack Free Bristol.
The coach on Sunday 17th August will be picking people up from:
- Glastonbury Town Hall Car Park, 7am
- Bristol Temple Meads, 8am
Look out for ‘Avalon Coaches’.
The coach will be leaving Blackpool at 7pm, expecting to arrive back to Bristol approximately 11pm. Please organise your own onward travel.
Costs: £10 – £30 for waged adults. Unwaged £5 donation. If you can’t afford this, get in touch and subsidised travel can be arranged.
The camp is friendly family & is accessible for wheelchair users. Unfortunately the coach is not accessible for wheelchair users, however Frack Free Somerset, is willing to support anyone to travel independently if needed.
How to Book
Bookings can be made by emailing your phone number, number of seats & desired pick up point to firstname.lastname@example.org