From the CND Cymru press release:
"Many people are deeply concerned that UAV/drone remote killing machines being developed in our communities are causing death and misery in other communities elsewhere in the world. The Israeli designed ‘Watchkeeper’ is being developed at Aberporth and in the skies over Wales on behalf of the British army. These ‘Watchkeepers’ are for surveillance, spying and identifying targets for weapon strikes. At Aberporth this morning, a young oak tree grown from an acorn from around the Llywelyn Monument at Cilmeri in Powys, was planted in the new Commemorative Garden.
"The group included members of CND Cymru, Cardigan Amnesty International, Bro Emlyn Peace and Justice Group, Cymdeithas y Cymod, Mererid Hopwood, Rev. Guto ap Gwynfor, Rev. Cen Llwyd, Lynne Denman, Dewi Pws and friends. It moved on to Newcastle Emlyn where they held a vigil in the town centre.
"By invitation, talks are now being given in local schools. The group will be met in Carmarthen by school children amongst others this afternoon. Carmarthen Town Council will raise the Peace Flag over the Town Hall, and there will be opportunities to sign a new and wonderful ‘White Book of Carmarthen’ for Peace."
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