Speaking at the camp, one of the women said "As 12 January was a national day of action on the freedom to protest, we thought we should show our solidarity and also highlight the MoD's attempts to curtail our freedom of assembly as a camp".
On 1 February women from the camp will hear whether their judicial review of the byleaws will go ahead (previous story at: http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2008/01/389179.html). The first trial of a camp women charged under SOCPA at Aldermaston is due to be go ahead at Newbury magistrates on 28 February 2008.
The camp has been sustained on a monthly basis since 1985 and is currently working to stop a new generation of nuclear weapons being manufactured at Aldermaston. More women always welcome ;) See website for details.