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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 our Money where our mouths are’
-Announcement that fundraising will be a top priority for Nuclear Free wales 1989
-Ask for contributes for a salary appeal.
Page 2
‘Isolating Thatcher on Disarmament’ – Morgan Parry
-Article calls for cross party agreement on nuclear disarmament in the possible future event of Tory government fall.
-Question of CND’s future projects and campaigns.
‘CND Cymru’s Resolution to British Conference’
-The Need to stop Trident
-The need to revise NATO’s ‘first use’ policy
-The need to remove foreign nuclear bases from Britain. Amongst others.
‘Christmas Catalogue’
-Advertisement for Christmas catalogue which contribute to CND campaigns
Page 3
‘1989 Euro-Elections – a chance to focus on peace?’
-discussion on plans to campaign during upcoming Euro elections.
-Calls to oppose a European community defense force.
‘CND Raffle 1988’
‘CND Annual Conference’
‘Pentagon Peace Ribbon’ – upcoming exhibition from US.
Page 4
‘Important Issues for Trade Unions’
-Regarding Nuclear Defense and Nuclear Power
-Announcement of coalition with trade unions and CND Cymru groups
Picture: Political cartoon depicting Gorbachev, Reagan and Thatcher.
‘Youth CND’
-Youth branch has been active for six months and announcement of newsletter aimed at youths.
Page 5
‘Just when you thought it was time to relax..’
-calls for members to knock on doors to continue activist duties.
-CND Cymru has provided questionnaires and petitions for use.
‘Wales in a Nuclear Free Europe’ – theme for spring festival.
Picture: Silver birch tree planting on Hiroshima anniversary.
Page 6
‘A Radical for our Time’ – James Stewart
-An article detailing life of Welsh MP, Henry Richard – marking centenary of his death.
‘Big Bang for Peace’ – Rhoda Jones
-August 1st saw destruction of Russian SS20s in accordance with INF treaty with Father Owen Hardwicke visiting the Soviet union to witness event.
Page 7
‘They’re Planning to bury us’
-Discovery by Mid Glamorgan CND that their county council had detailed defense plan which went against nuclear free policy.
-Calls for further civil defense monitoring.
Page 8
‘Out through the front door – in through the back?’
-Article questions effectiveness of recently signed INF treaty.
-Warns that treaty can still be exploited with substitutions of other nuclear systems rather than moves to disarmament.
‘Do you run a business?’ – advertisement space.
Page 9
‘Pressure Groups Unite’ – letter from R.M. Williams Gowerton
‘Thank You’ – letter from Nigel Jenkins
‘East-West Reach’ – letter from Jane Harries
‘The Greenham Tapestry’ - letter from Vera K. Jones
‘Diary’ – important upcoming dates.

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