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Menwith Hill Oct 16 2011

Toft Quarry and Sculpture Park, Portland, Dorset

Hinckley Point Nuclear Power Protest Oct 2011: Blockade at the Power Station

Hinckley Point Nuclear Power Protest Oct 2011: Bridgwater March & Rally

Hinckley Point Nuclear Power Protest Oct 2011: Nether Stowey Camp

DSEi Arms Dealers Dinner Bike Ride and Protest

The wonderful brilliant Garden Community Cafe, Cundy Road, London Docklands

DSEi Bike Ride to Arms Fair at Excel 2011

DSEi Musical Protest 2011

Pre-DSEi Action against Arms Selling seminar at Royal Bank of Scotland

Moreton Corbet's ruined Elizabethan Mansion

Peace News Summer Camp 2011

Sheffield

Menwith Hill, Independence FROM America Day, July 4th 2011

Earby, A Parish Map in Song, Poems and Illustrations

East Lancs CND at Burnley May Day Festival and Chernobyl vigils 2011

SELRAP Trackbed walks, April 9th 2011

SELRAP Convention, Skipton, April 8th 2011

London March Against Cuts March 26th 2011

Cycle Tour of the South 2011

Glyn Abbey revisited 2011

Mothers March, London March 12th 2011 & Parliament Square Peace Camp

Manchester March and Rally Against Cuts,
5th February 2011


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more photos from my Scottish cycle tour

Images from OZ

Assynt, Acheninver Youth Hostel and the North West Coast of Scotland

Around Durness... and the John Lennon Garden

The Invisibles at Menwith Hill, Oct 2010

Thurso, the Flow Country and Tongue

Peace News Summer Camp 2010

Sleeperzzz Independent Hostel, Rogart, Sutherland

Independence FROM America Day, Menwith Hill, July 4th 2010

The Highland Clearances

Flame of Hope walk & cycle Dover to Portsmouth 2010

Aldermaston Big Blockade Feb 15th 2010

My Education ...and some other ideas on the topic

Shut Down Heckler & Koch Demo Nottingham Jan 18th 2009

SELRAP Funding Conference, Skipton Nov 2009

East Lancs CND Troops Out demo, Accrington Oct 2009

Target Brimar Demo, Manchester, Oct 2009

Menwith Keep Space for Peace, Oct 2009

DSEi Protests 2009: Arms Dealers Dinner Party and some photos from inside DSEi

DSEi Protests 2009: Day of Action in the City

Camp Ashraf Protest at the Foreign Office

DSEi Protests 2009: Confrontation at the QE Conference Centre

DSEi Protests 2009: Death in the Square & 4th Plinth

DSEi Protests 2009: Musical Protest & Reclaim the Future 5

The wettest place in England

Peace News Summer Camp 2009

Dancin' to the Stones

Independence FROM America Day, Menwith Hill, July 4th 2009

Todmorden

G20 Docklands Demo April 2nd 2009

G20 City bike tour and Climate Camp April 1st

G20 March for Jobs Justice & Climate, March 2009

G20 Critical Mass, March 2009

G20 Arms Trade Protests, March 2009

Wemyss Bay Railway Station, architectural gem

The Island of Bute

Missing Link III Skipton to Colne Special Train

Aldermaston Big Blockade, Oct 2008

Stop the War March Manchester, Sep 2008

Menwith Hill, July 4th 2008

Fords - the watery sort

Faslane Arms Around the Base June 2008

Aldermaston Bike Ride and Demo March 2008

Mad Jack Fuller's Follies

Blackpool & Richard Worrell's Bus Tour

family christmas 2007

2007 Global Warming Bike Ride & March

JMP Railway Study

SELRAP special train Oct 2007

Keep Space for Peace Menwith Hill Oct 2007

Reading Adventure Playground c.1968-69

Faslane 365 Big Blockade Oct 2007

DSEi Arms Fair 2007

Faslane Peace Camp

Faslane 365 Cyclists Action

Big Green Gathering 2007

Loch Lomond Youth Hostel

Independence FROM America Day, Menwith Hill, July 4th, 2007

Stop the War Demo, June 2007 Manchester

Faslane, Manchester Action, June 2007

Burma 1944-45

Burnley May Day Parade

No Trident Demo Feb 2007

Jos

Autograph book 1912->

Documentary photography course, Manchester

SHUT DESO, October 2006

Faslane 365 with Seize the Day, October 2006

Stop the War Demo, Manchester, September 2006

Stop the War Demo, Edinburgh, August 2006

The Big Green Gathering August 2006

Independence FROM America Day, July 4th 2006, Menwith Hill

My favourite cards & postcards,

Follies at Rivington, Lancashire,

Handshake on the Trackbed,

2005 Derby, Trident Ploughshares Demo,

2005 DSEi Arms Fair Week of Action,

Faslane G8 Blockade July 4th 2005,

Cyclepath Artworks,

Make Poverty History Edinburgh 2005,

National demo against Deportations and Racism Manchester 2005

Stop the War London Demo March 2005,

Aldermaston, Easter 2005,

Stained glass at Manchester Mechanics Institute,

My Favourite T-shirts,

A Pendle Quiz,

Mam Tor,

My favourite cycle ride home from work,

Brierfield Peace Garden,

European Social Forum London 2004 & Bush Out/Troops Out Demo,

Trawden,

Carry on up the Clyde, Faslane 2004,

other people’s photos,

the Ugly Bug Ball, Menwith Hill, 2004

Aldermaston 2004

Menwith March 2004

Manchester Labour Conference Demo 2004

Sep 2003 London Stop the War Demo

Stop the DSEi arms fair,

Friends from the 60’s,

Faslane Blockade 2003,

My Pennine cycle ride,

London,

Leeds &

Manchester Iraq Demos,

Stop the War Demo February 15th 2003, London, 2 million march,

Favourite Cartoons,

Ephemera,

My best photos album,

Street Art,

Follies,

Independence from America Day,

Boulsworth Moor,

Family History Photos,

Big Green Gathering 2002,

Glynn Abbey,

Christmas in Trawden,

Notices, plaques & wall slogans,

Orrin meets the family&

Colne to Skipton Railway Trackbed Part 1,

Part 2,

Part 3,

Part 4,

Part 5,

Part 6,

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Welcome to Roy`s Space

This site was given me as a Christmas present in 2001 by Kerris & Jules and what a wonderful present itís been.
I have so enjoyed developing it and like Topsy itís grown & grown. Itís been such fun sharing my life, my beliefs, things Iíve found, my interests. And so many photos. In the past Iíd have a film in my camera for a year before finishing it Ė then along came digital and what fun itís become.


Click on Picture Gallery for images or select from the list below on the left.
For the written word Interests includes Free Places to Visit
 
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coincidences Cycling Action The Square Sundial MyDesert Island Discs
Family History - Intro, People & Parish Records No Comment 2016 - more quotes No Comment 1960's quotation columnMy favourite music videos  
I hope it will give you as much pleasure visiting it as it has given me creating it. Come again. If you want to contact me, e-mail me at roy@roystpierre.com
Love & peace
Roy

My cycle tour of Ireland Spring 2016
Posted by: roy on Monday, May 30, 2016 - 09:57 PM
Protest back last night from cycling all around Ireland. 840 miles in 24 days of cycling, an average of 35 miles a day. The Irish people were lovely, they were kind, helpful, willing to spend time chatting.

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Stories: Selma James article on the Jeremy Corbyn campaign
Posted by: roy on Tuesday, August 18, 2015 - 08:46 AM
Protest From Global Women's Strike:
The Guardian rejected Selma Jamesís article on Jeremy Corbyn but we thought youíd like to see it.

A time of reckoning

Corbynís campaign meeting attracted, in addition to the 900 in the Camden Centre, two overflow roomfuls plus another 500 in the street outside. At least half were women. Mark Serwotka of Public and Commercial Service union and a real charmer, chaired. Among the speakers were a young Asian woman volunteering at Stop the War, a councillor wanting Labourís backing when she opposed cuts, anti-racist former councillor Martha Osamor and a rejuvenated Ken Livingstone. (http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2015/aug/03/jeremy-corbyn-bid-labour-leadership-momentum-supporters-flock-london-rally)

The crowd was ecstatic. Much of Corbynīs political programme had been agreed by

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YES
Posted by: roy on Tuesday, April 08, 2014 - 10:06 PM
Protest I have just spent a week with 50 people on the 85 mile SCND Spring Walk for Peace from Edinburgh to Faslane, among them 5 delightful teenagers, four boys (youngest 12) and a girl. They were such good company. We have never been closer to getting rid of nuclear weapons than this September - if Scotland votes for Independence theyíre gone and England has nowhere for them.
Unlike the youngsters and the older walkers, I cycled so my feet werenít sore but as they went down one side of the road, I was on the other losing my voice talking to onlookers, an ex-Londoner now Lancastrian talking about the walk and urging Scots to vote Yes!
I so hope they do, Iíve been campaigning against nuclear weapons for 50 years and it would send such a positive message to the world.
I did add jokingly that if they got independence, they should move the border south to the Trent and Mersey Ė we in the north get a raw deal with London-centric politics and spending too.
If you know anyone resident in Scotland, please urge them to vote YES.


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Come to Peace News Summer Camp this year
Posted by: roy on Monday, March 10, 2014 - 08:41 AM
Protest I highly recommend coming to Peace News Summer Camp. I've been to the previous five and have found them all very enjoyable, stimulating, re-energising and always a great bunch of friendly people.

This year's camp is at Theberton, near Leiston, Suffolk. Now in its sixth year, it aims to help build a radical movement for the future by creating an inclusive, participatory community today. A family-friendly and renewably-powered camp, weíre running from 31 July Ė 4 August.

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change through colour
Posted by: roy on Wednesday, February 19, 2014 - 09:51 AM
Protest A 64 year-old man in Istanbul decided to brighten the neighbourhood by painting rainbow colours on some wide, grey, crumbling stairs. When municipal officials sent workers after nightfall to hurriedly repaint the steps grey, a quiet revolution started on Twitter. Not only did volunteers come out to repaint those stairs that Huseyin Cetinel had spent hundreds of dollars on, they painted other stairs and walkways in cities around Turkey, posting photos on social media. A Pandora's Box of colour had unwittingly been opened.
VIDEO at Good News Network: here


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the weight of a feather
Posted by: roy on Monday, April 08, 2013 - 09:59 PM
Protest this is just amazing to watch, the skill and concentration and all dependent on the weight of a feather, click here


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Liam's films
Posted by: roy on Sunday, December 30, 2012 - 06:36 PM
Protest My oldest son is cutting back on physiotherapy to make films.
Just google Vimeo Liam St Pierre and click on videos
I feel sure you'll like 'The Last Capitalist'
I particularly also like:
8 ball for it's humour
Sundown for its humanity
Waking heart for its pathos
No place like home for the quirky shoes


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Jumbles CV
Posted by: roy on Sunday, December 30, 2012 - 06:24 PM
Protest My youngest son had the bright idea of putting his CV on Utube.
Take a look - just google Jumbles CV - it's great fun

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Layla's story: jailed after reporting a sexual assault
Posted by: Roy on Saturday, August 13, 2011 - 09:21 PM
Protest In 2009, Layla Ibrahim told police she had been the victim of a savage sexual assault. So why did she end up in jail?

Simon Hattenstone and Afua Hirsch
guardian.co.uk, Friday 12 August 2011 23.02 BST

Sara Ibrahim says that since the day her little sister Layla was sent to prison, her family has been faced with a simple choice: "Do we give up and just get on with our lives, or do we clear her name? And we've decided if it takes the rest of our lives, that's what we'll do Ė we'll clear her name."

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3 short videos well worth watching
Posted by: Roy on Saturday, July 16, 2011 - 07:43 AM
Protest Three (look at all three) very short (each less than 2 minutes) and very funny ( ...a bit scary) films.
All three films were premiered at the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury recently.
Click here

P.S. 2012 - there's now 4 films with the addition of: 'Fees Coat A Bomb'

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Regular Peace Actions 

Permanent, Faslane,6 miles NW of Helensburgh, Scotland on A814:
Faslane Peace Camp sited close to Faslane Nuclear Submarine Base. Also 1st Saturday in every month noise demo, workshops, free cafe and kids space. Tel:01436 820901 For photos click here

Permanent for 'woodland maintenance workers', near Garelochhead, Scotland: Peaton Glen Wood Peace Camp sited opposite Coulport Nuclear Weapons Base For more info click here

Every Tuesday evening, 6 - 8 pm, Main Entrance at NSA/USAF Menwith Hill, near Harrogate, North Yorkshire: Peaceful protests/witnesses against the proposed US 'Star Wars' systemThe demonstration is focussed on the people who work at USAF Menwith Hill - for example - we are protesting at the roles this base has ie in the American Missile Defense System ("Star Wars"), the specifically the continuing role re the Afghanistan and Iraq conflict, the policy of 'pre-emptive strikes', the ECHELON system We are also calling for Independence FROM America. Please come and voice your concerns at the presence of this American base on UK land.For more info click here


For more info click here


2nd weekend of every month: Aldermaston Women's Peace Camp clickhere
or contact info@aldermaston.net

Every Wednesday, 4-6pm Brighton, Smash EDO,noise demo against the arms manufacturer for more information click here


3rd weekend of every month, North Yorkshire: Menwith Hill Women's Peace Camp contact helenmenwith@yahoo.co.uk

last weekend of every month, Cumbria: Sellafield Women's Peace Camp contact 0113 262 1534


First Mondays of every month 5-6pm Warton, on A584 7 miles west of Preston, Lancashire. Vigil and leafletting of workers at arms makers BAE Systems site contact Jan Harper 0151 2636578 janharper1@yahoo.co.uk  

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