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 Screenprint of Westmoreland House on Stokes Croft to raise money for the new Stokes Croft Land Trust
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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Benoit Bennett is a Bristol graffiti artist who tags his work as 'object...' As a Bristol City Council debate looms in January Benoit is being pushed out of the Bearpit by Bristol City Council. He's producing a screenprint of Westmoreland House on Stokes Croft to raise money for the new Stokes Croft Land Trust and chats to us about why he does what he does.
https://www.prsc.org.uk/land-trust/
http://www.stokescroftlandtrust.org/
https://www.instagram.com/object000/
https://www.communityshares.org.uk/directory/enterprise/stokes-croft-land-trust

Fran De Ath was one of the original Greenham Common anti-nuclear protesters in the 1980s who, as part of a CND initiative, wanted to draw attention to Cruise Missiles being brought into the UK by the United States. While CND 'lobbied' she and other women took direct action against the RAF base in Berkshire which was being used by the United States Air Force. Fran ended up going to Moscow to discuss disarmament and strategic issues with Russian peace activists and was invited to speak with senior officers in the British military too. More recently CND had their annual convention in Bristol which was rather small and Fran has some thoughts about how to revive the campaign.
‘I made a one-person picket’: Fran De’Ath protests at Greenham Common
https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2016/aug/12/one-person-picket-fran-death-protests-greenham-common

Fran Meir also went to Greenham Common, but only for a few weeks after seeing it on the TV. Still, the memory remains of feeling that at least she could do something to protest against the nuclear menace and get up the nose of the authorities in solidarity with others.
https://www.theguardian.com/uk/greenham

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