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category galway | environment | news report author Tuesday June 01, 2010 00:31author by Boom Bike Report this post to the editors

Solidarity cycle ride close to Rossport with solidarity event in Castlerae
Critical mass in Gort
Critical mass in Gort

The Methyr to Mayo Solidarity Bike Ride sets out to cycle the 80km journey to Castlerae tomorrow (Tuesday).

After arriving in Cork on the 24th of May the group of 50 cyclists has cycled up the West coast of Ireland doing critical masses, blockading Topaz petrol stations (owned by Shell) and holding bicycle workshops in towns along the way.

There will be a music event held outside the prison in Castlerae on Wednesday the 2nd of June from 2pm in solidarity with fisherman Pat O' Donnell and Niall Harnett, who are serving sentences in relation to campaigning to stop the Shell pipeline in Rossport.

For more detailed stories and pictures see the blog at http://www.merthyrtomayo.org/

Related Link: http://www.merthyrtomayo.org/

Blockade of Topaz petrol station (owned by Shell)
Blockade of Topaz petrol station (owned by Shell)

 #   Title   Author   Date 
   Lovely smaling faces ocupied Gort     Martha    Tue Jun 01, 2010 17:26 
   Mertyll to Mayo bike ride     Galway s2s    Wed Jun 02, 2010 13:04 
   great effort     Ailbhe    Wed Jun 02, 2010 15:12 


 
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