Here in Brighton EDO MBM/ITT manufacture some of the weapons components that devastated so many lives. All over the world thousands of people watched appalled at the carnage on the streets of Gaza. Thousands marched and raged at the destruction of peoples' homes and lives. On January 18th 2010, the anniversary of the final day of Operation Cast Lead, we will come together to remember the people of Gaza.
We will not allow those who supported their pain and profited from their suffering to go unchallenged. We will not let this genocide be forgotten. On the first anniversary after their deaths, we will rise up. We will take to the streets. We will remember...
How to get there...
23, 25, 24, 28, 29(A+B) from St Peter's Church bus stops.
To get to St Peter's Church from Brighton Train Station; turn left through
underpass in front of station onto Trafalgar Street. Walk to the end of Trafalgar
Street. Turn left onto York Place, cross to traffic island for bus stops.
Remain on the bus past Brighton University's Moulsecoomb campus. Get off the bus at
the first stop after the viaduct, just past Home Farm Road. You will see the Wild
Park Cafe on the left.
You can catch the train from Brighton Station to either Moulsecoomb or Falmer and
walk along the Lewes Road.
From Moulsecoomb Station:
Walk down Queensdown School Road to Lewes Road, turn left. After about 500 metres
walk under the railway viaduct, go past Home Farm Road on your left and you will see
the Wild Park Cafe on the left.
From Falmer Station:
Walk under the underpass to the A27 and turn Left. Carry on on the Lewes Road and
you will see Wild Park Cafe on your right.
By Bike/On Foot
From Brighton Station; walk through underpass in front of station onto Trafalgar
Street. Walk to the end of Trafalgar Street. Turn left onto York Place, continue
straight and then turn right past the taxi rank. Keeping 'The Level' on your left,
keep going straight onto Lewes Road. From here, follow the Lewes Road out of
Brighton towards Falmer. Go under the railway viaduct, go past Home Farm Road on
your left and you will see the Wild Park Cafe on the left. There are cycle lanes and
pavements along the road from Brighton to Falmer.
Accommodation and Transport
If you are organising regional transport to Brighton - or looking for it - likewise if you can offer accommodation or are needing it for the demo, call 07805125965 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are around on Sunday evening there will be a meeting for those going on the demo at 6pm in the back building of the Cowley Club, London Road, Brighton - food can be provided for £4 a head.
Get in touch with a local contact in your area to get hold of flyers, posters, find people from your area going to 'Remember Gaza' and find transport:
Cornwall - email@example.com
Hastings - firstname.lastname@example.org
Greater Manchester - email@example.com
Bath - firstname.lastname@example.org
Swansea - email@example.com
Cambridge - firstname.lastname@example.org
Bristol - email@example.com
Oxford - firstname.lastname@example.org
London - email@example.com
Sheffield - firstname.lastname@example.org
Leeds - email@example.com
Call Andrew Beckett or Chloe Marsh on 07754135290 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you get nicked we recommend you use Kelly's Solicitors tel. (01273) 674898
When you get out, or if your mates have been nicked, call the Smash EDO Legal Support number on 07805125940.