30 Aug 2016, The Coven, WiganMeeting to plan for our stall at The Wigan Diggers Festival, and to...
4 Sep 2016, Wallace Monument , Robroyston, GlasgowTo mark Don’t Frack Our Land Day, part of the Our Land Festival,...
4 Sep 2016, The Riverside, WhitworthWe are having an Information Stall at the local Rushcart Celebrations, we will...
6 Sep 2016, The Cock and Magpie, WhitworthMonthly campaign meeting to discuss strategies, events and ongoing plans
6 Sep 2016, Green Fish Resource Centre, ManchesterMonthly planning meeting to prep for Wigan Diggers Festival with Frack Free Wigan...
Tag Archives: Lancashire
Hop on board for our second journey around the seismic survey area but this time on the Big Red Anti-Fracking Bus! Sunday 31st July 11 am. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve places! Aurora Energy Resources are trying to carry out 3D seismic […]
This session is exclusively aimed at giving anti-fracking groups and their supporters some crucial campaigning and action skills that are likely to be extremely useful in the coming weeks and months. With a decision on Cuadrilla’s two major appraisal sites […]
Join us on Sunday 10th July 10.30 am at the Saracen’s Head bridge. We will be walking to Lydiate along the Leeds-Liverpool Canal which runs alongside the edge of Aurora’s seismic survey area. All welcome; adults, children, dogs, ducks……… Event […]
The UK Oil and Gas Summit have decided to sponsor a conference in Manchester this year in an attempt to schmooze local government representatives into putting through planning applications against the tides of objections to this industry – big mistake! […]
This networking group covers the whole of 6 boroughs of East Lancashire and meets to coordinate local action and support local groups in the area every first or second Tuesday in the month at 7 pm
All residents in the seismic survey area please support our peaceful march tomorrow. Meeting in Station Road, Barton at 11 am. Please share cars where possible.
Public Meeting for people of Blackburn to answer the question “Should fracking be allowed in our community?”