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'Heddwch' is the supporter magazine for CND Cymru, the Welsh Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, published roughly quarterly from 1985 (following CND Cymru’s establishment as an independent campaigning network from 1981), to the present day.

Contents:

Page 1:
• Trident or its replacement… - Front page.

Page 2:
• Heddwch and CND Cymru Contacts
• A message from Stephen Thomas - Stephen Thomas is the new chairman of CND Cymru.
• A Peace and Justice Economy for Wales - An interview with Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Woods.
• Ban the Bomb! Don’t Give Up! - Write to your MP and to Nick Harvey MP, Armed Forces Minister.

Page 3:
• Bonkers Bunkers & Drones: Bridgend Bunker Campaign - Remembering the 1982 campaign at Bridgend Bunker,.
• Units to Let at Aberporth - Unmanned Aerial Vehicles are being developed in west Wales.

Page 4:
• News Round Up - Wales:
• Academi Heddwch Cymru/Wales Peace Institute - The campaign for the Wales Peace Institute continues.
• An Inspiring and Empowering Woman - Angie Zelter has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
• Bright and Llandudno - The sonnection between John Bright MP and Wales.
• Another St Athan Tale Ends - The last RAF flight out of the base at St Athan.
• Censure for the Census Collectors - Protesters refused to complete their census forms last year.

Page 5:
• News Round Up - Wales:
• No Peace without True Justice - Bangor and Ynys Mon Peace and Justice is asking people to write to prisoners.
• Peace Pilgrims on Gower - Pilgrimage for World Peace to celebrate anniversary of the Peace Mala.
• Lost Youth - Songs of Solidarity - CD released to raise money for Mohammed Sameh Hashash.
• Free Bradley Manning - The campaign to free Wikileaks whistleblower Bradley Manning continues.

Page 6:
• News Round Up - Britain:
• Trident unacceptable in independent Scotland
• Imaging a post-Trident Future - Report by the think tank CentreForum .
• New facility at AWE Aldermaston
• Artist in High Court - John Catt is challenging his inclusion in the National Domestic Extremist Database.
• One Down - More to Go - Former Labour Chief Whip Nick Brown now opposes Trident replacement.

Page 7:
• Nuclear Free Local Authorities (NFLA)
• Nuclear Power - Wylfa: Smoke & mirrors, reactors & bombs - New report shows Labour misled MPs on need for Wylfa reactors.

Page 8:
• News Round Up - World:
• Grim Fast Forward - The Doomsday Clock hands move closer to midnight.
• No Military Base on Jeju Island - Battle to prevent a naval base being built on Jeju Island reaches a climax.
• Don’t Bank on the Bomb - International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons has launched a new report.
• Don’t attack Iran - Former UN Weapons Inspector Hans Blix warns against attacking Iran.

Page 9:
• Nuclear Power - Hinkley: The cry was ‘Stop Hinkley C!’ - Ray Davies reports on the Blockade of Hinkley Point in March.

Page 10:
• Diary Dates
• Henry Richard - Briefing sheet.
• Membership Matters! - Rationalising our bank accounts.

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