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Mayo - Event Notice
Friday February 17 2012
08:00 AM

Shell to Sea: Day of Solidarity

category mayo | miscellaneous | event notice author Sunday January 29, 2012 15:50author by Dublin Shell to Sea Report this post to the editors

The next day of solidarity will be held on Friday 17th February.
The last one was a great success with all peat and gravel haulage stopped for the day.
Please arrive Thursday night for a briefing and early morning action the next day. If they are working on Saturday we will do something then too.
There is a fundraiser for the camp at McGrath's pub on Saturday night


Come along, all are welcome! Food and accommodation provided, donations are welcome

Dublin Shell To Sea will be organising a bus to leave Dublin at approx 6pm on Thursday 17th February from Hugh Lane Gallery on Parnell Sq. The bus will return from Mayo on Saturday afternoon.

Transport costs: 30 euro employed / 10 euro unemployed. As always if you are unable to pay and would like to come please still contact us and we will try to look after you

Please ring / text 086 7362417 or email dublins2s@gmail.com ASAP to book your place on the bus. Places will be allocated on first come first served basis, so plase book early to avoid disappointment.

Bring a sleeping bag, warm clothes, waterproofs & waterproof footwear!
Musicians are invited to bring their instruments to play some tunes on the day .

For more info www.shelltosea.com , http://www.rossportsolidaritycamp.org/

author by Frankpublication date Sun Jan 29, 2012 20:44Report this post to the editors

Here is the link for the Facebook event

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