This Saturday the 24th at Grow Heathrow there will be an anti-airport ‘action lab’ – a day of preparation for the #staygrounded actions happening on the 1st October.
GET CLUED UP | TRAINED UP | TEAMED UP | PLAN FOR ACTION
11:00 – 18:00, Grow Heathrow, Vineries Close, UB7 0JH
- Everything you need to know about the Airport Flashmob & Critical Mass – 1st Oct.
- Find out about the anti-aviation expansion campaign going on in the UK and abroad.
- Get skilled up with basic direct action training with bikes or on foot
- Meet others taking action and form teams
- Use the collective space to make creative props
- Put it all together and plan your action!
A one stop shop for an awesome airport experience!
As ever, Grow Heathrow will be cooking up some lunch, but by all means bring a dish to share.
We have guest accommodation with bunk beds that you are free to use, although be aware that you’ll probably be sharing it with a few others. A sleeping bag and a head torch are useful items to bring with you. Bring a tent for your own private sleeping space.
Ring us on 07835012486. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Grow Heathrow: http://www.transitionheathrow.com/
Reclaim the Power: https://reclaimthepower.org.uk/aviation-flashmob-critical-mass/
Amidst a crazy political maelstrom, expansion plans at London City Airport were given the green light in July. The UK government is now expected to announce plans for a new runway, probably at Heathrow or Gatwick, in October – a decision which hangs in the air like a noose over our heads, and which we know will place the interests of a wealthy minority, and the profits of corrupt corporations, over the lives of ordinary people.
In solidarity with local and international groups, and in defence of climate and social justice all over the world, Reclaim the Power is calling for safe and peaceful action against the aviation industry, with a family-friendly flashmob and critical mass bike bloc at a London airport.
What: 100s of people will create a family-friendly flashmob and Critical Mass bike block Where: A London airport (to be announced) When: Saturday 1st October 2016