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(en) UK, Norwich's Anarchist Bookfair June 12th, 10AM until 7PM at Waterloo Park Pavilion Update

From Worker <a-infos-en@ainfos.ca>(http://twotins.tripod.com/bookfair.htm)
Date Tue, 1 Jun 2004 06:12:34 +0200 (CEST)

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What's On? We will be producing a schedule closer to the time: if you
want to receive a copy of it by e-mail, send your e-mail address to
norwichanarchists@hotmail.com with "Schedule" as the subject.
Fuschia Sounds, Delia, Paul Gill
To Be Confirmed:
High & Mighty, Klunk, Red Flag
If you would like to play, we still have a few slots left - contact us:



Wombles on "Thessaloniki, Hacklabs, Social Centres and Dublin
Mayday", Legal Defence Monitoring Group, Dissent! (Anti-G8
Network), Identity Cards, Theatre of War on Creative

To Be Confirmed:

Report back from IFA (International Anarchist Conference), A
meeting of the East Anglian Social Forum, A talk on
"Biotechnology, Capitalism and technology".

If you want to give a talk/host a discussion, get in contact:


Cambridge Indymedia will show some... independent media!


Confirmed: (more to be added)

Alternative Bookstalls, Anarchist Federation, Class War, East
Anglian Animal Rights Coalition, Cambridge Indymedia, Do or
Die!, FC St Pauli, Freedom Press, Impact News, International
Solidarity Movement, Jeff Luers Support Stall, Lakenheath
Action Group, Norfolk & Waveney Earth First!, Norwich Papuan
Prisoner Support, Norwich Anarchists, Norwich Anarchist
Students, Norwich Trades Council, Norwich Stop The War,
Notes from the Borderland, Lakenheath Action Group, Radical
Routes, Rooted Media, SchNews, Socialist Party of Great Britain,
Solidarity Federation, Theatre of War, Vaccine Action UK,

If you would like a stall, we have small and medium size stalls
remaining costing (£15 for 120x75cm, £17.50 for 150x75cm),
e-mail us: norwichanarchists@hotmail.com

Food & Drink:

There will be vegan burgers, cakes, and filled rolls. There will
also be a drinks Tombola - with terrible prizes in addition to your
guaranteed prize of drink. There will also be fruit juice, and water
on tap.


There will be a crech available for periods of up to an hour and a
quarter. Children will be signed in and out. There will be toys and
creative play.

The Norwich Anarchist Bookfair is a Free Event, but donations
will be most welcome! See you there!

How To Get There

By Car:

When you get to Norwich get onto the A140 outer ring road and
go clockwise. When you've passed ASDA and the big DIY store
you'll come to a big junction. Go straight ahead for about 3/4 mile
then turn left at the traffic lights, go straight ahead at the small
roundabout near the shops. About 1/4 mile down this road there's
a phone box on the right. The car park entrance is about 150
yards past this on the right.

By Train:

When you come out of the station cross the road then the river
and head up the hill. Continue on this road to the top near the
castle then cross to the opposite side when you can see bus stops.
This is Castle Meadow (see below), or get a no. 25 bus to either
Castle Meadow or St Stephen's Street.

National Express:

This drops you on Theatre street. Head downhill to St Stephen's
Street and get a no. 16, 26 or 27 bus to Waterloo Park.

Buses to Waterloo Park:

The number 16 bus goes past the park along Angel road. Catch it
either on Castle Meadow or St Stephen's Street and get off when
you see the park gates. The stop is half way between the two
entrances. From here you will see the Pavilion ahead. It's the big
building with three wise monkeys on the roof.

Number 26 or 27 buses go down Aylsham road. Get off at the
King Edward pub which is on the right opposite the disused
garage. Cross the road, go up Waterloo Park Avenue and as you
go into the park take the small path to the right that cuts through
the bushes. The pavilion will be on your left. The buses run every
half hour on Saturdays.

By Air:

If you can afford to fly to Norwich please come and spend lots of
money on our books!

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