Newport Action Centre presents: The People’s Kitchen

Tomorrow (28th Sept.) the newly squatted Newport Action Centre (89 Lower Dock St, Pill, NP20 2AH) will open its doors to all for the first time at 11am.index
The Newport People’s Kitchen will serve a free vegan meal to anyone from 12noon to 2pm, with people more than welcome to stay for the whole day, enjoy free tea and coffee, browse the radical library and free shop, or just chat.
There will be a meeting of South Wales Anarchists at 5pm to discuss things like court solidarity and the forthcoming arms fair in Cardiff.
At 7pm there will be a film showing to wind down at the end of the day.
We will not charge for anything on the day, but welcome donations (both financial and material) to help us run the space and make the People’s Kitchen a regular event.
Our wish-list includes: chairs, books, cutlery and feel free to bring any other items you may think are useful to us.
Hope to see you there tomorrow.

Love and rage x

Gasland part II film showing – tonight in O’Neils, Cardiff

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 New anti-fracking group, Cardiff Against Fracking Everywhere (CAFE), will be showing ‘Gasland part II’…*TONIGHT*

7pm, Thursday 14th August 2014

Upstairs in ‘O’Neill’s’
20-21 Trinity St
Cardiff CF10 1BH

Followed by a short discussion about what’s going on and what’s new in Wales fracking-wise.

Some local links:

FB – /cardiffagainstfrackingeverywhere

cardiffagainstfrackingeverywhere@riseup.net

http://frackfreewales.org

Next film night – Wed 27th August – suggestions welcome!

South Wales Anarchists now also put a film night together once a month.

We plan to publicise it each month both online and with posters/flyers.

Last month we showed Grasp the Nettle and as lots of people showed up, and had a good time, we want to keep it going!

For any suggestions on the next film, or future films, email us via the link on the left, or come along to tonight’s meeting:

8pm at O’Neils by the market, where we will discuss what we might show.

Future film nights could be anywhere across South Wales, so let us know if you want us to hold a film night in a venue nearer to you!

 

SmashEDO film showing in Newport this Saturday

This Saturday 4th October members of the Smash EDO campaign will be coming to Newport, to promote the next upcoming SHUT ITT! mass demo. Their film On the Verge came to Newport and Cardiff in April, then in June South Wales Anarchists were present at the Carnival against the Arms Trade in Brighton. This time they will be showing Batons ‘n’ Bombs the story of what happened on what has been dubbed ‘Red Wednesday’.

The film showing will take place at 4pm at TJs, entry is free. Before the film showing at 2pm there is a protest against ID cards outside the Passport office. Afterwards there will be the second day of the No Border Fest, also at Tjs. Please come to all three.