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  • 1989.03.CND Cymru Campaign Wales 11 English Jan - March 1989

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Published from 1985 as 'Campaign Wales' and from 1991 as 'Heddwch', the supporter magazine for CND Cymru - the Welsh Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament has been published roughly quarterly to the present day, and is an invaluable reference and source material on community action Wales-wide in support of global peace and internationalism across 4 decades.

(NB - there are some disparities in numbering of publications, but they become more sequential from 1988)

Page 1
‘Putting Peace on the Political Agenda’ – a new year message from Rhodri Glyn Thomas (Chairperson of Cymru CND)
Picture: Anti-nuclear protesters blockading HMS Tireless – Peter Burt, Henrietta Miller and Joe Harris.
-Call to come to Swansea for Nuclear Free Europe Festival on February 25th
-Merched y Wawr coffee evening in Parc.
-Bridget Rendell planning cycle trip in USSR.

Page 2
‘NATO: Our first line of defense or a major threat to world peace?’
-Warning of growing militancy in NATO members.
‘Welsh War Revelations’ by Sue Pester.
-Concern expressed on way county councils are carrying out their statutory duties in preparing war plans.
-Demand for campaigning and ask questions to local departments.
‘Campaigning Now’
-Announcement of walk from Cardiff to London, arriving 2nd April.


Page 3
‘Rowena Keeps the Snowball Rolling’ by Rhoda Jones.
Picture: Rowena Thomas
-Article details CND member’s exploits.
‘Break the Nuclear Chain Demonstration BNFL Capenhurst -April 22nd’
-preliminary invitation to take part in demonstration on April 22nd to mark Chernobyl anniversary.
Picture: Cartoon by Leon Kuhn

Page 4
‘CND Cymru at the Hinkley Inquiry’
November 22nd and 23rd, 1988.
-Extracts from Dr John Cox’s presentation of the CND Cymru Statement of case and to question the CEGB in Cardiff.

Page 5
‘CEGB Case in Tatters’ by Hugh Richards
-Case made difficult for CEGB by campaign groups and evidences given.
‘In the Black’
-Income and expenditure have gone up according to secretary Maggie Verrinder but more fundraising and members needed.
‘CND Cymru Annual Conference’ – Aberystwyth 11th March, 1989.

Page 6
‘Saint David’s Day – Day of Action.’
-Sit-down for peace to take place on 1st March at the Atomic Weapons Establishment in Cardiff.
‘Diary’ – important dates here.
‘Letters’ from Sheila Rees, Mary Chitty and Martin Caton

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