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> Exeter Respect Festival
We will have our usual stall this coming weekend at the Exeter Respect Festival in Belmont Park. The event is open:

  • 12 noon to 7pm on Saturday  30th June
  • 11am to 6pm on Sunday 1st July
Our stall will be in the usual place under the trees so please do come along and say hello - and buy something if you can to support our campaigning work. Click here to go to the Respect website and find out more including the music and performance line-up.

We are still looking for a couple of people to help out on the stall, particularly:
  • between 5pm and 7pm on Saturday
  • between 11am and 1pm on Sunday
  • between 5pm and 7pm on Sunday (to help with packing away)
Please get in touch if you are able to help out at all, even if only for a short time - just reply to this email.

Sadly, the festival is having to charge a small entry fee this year (£2 per person, free for children under 16) towards covering the costs of putting it on, as their funding has reduced. However, stallholders and volunteers don't have to pay so this could be your incentive to come and help out! Please get in touch if you would like to volunteer. The weather forecast is looking good for the weekend too...

> Protesting Donald Trump's Visit
As you're probably by now aware, the US President Trump is planning to visit London on Friday 13th July. A demonstration is planned in London - click here for details. Plymouth Stop The War Coalition are organising coaches to London on the Friday - click here for details and to book yourself onto the coach which will be picking up at the Honiton Road Park & Ride at 8.15am.

If you aren't able to make it to London on Friday 13th, there will also be a demonstration in Exeter from 6pm in the city centre - click here for details.
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Thank you all for your continued support of the campaign.

With all best wishes,
in peace, and for peace,

Tom Milburn
Chair & Organising Secretary
Exeter Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament

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Don't forget that we now have an online shop! You can choose from a selection of t-shirts, fitted tops & hoodies (in various sizes from kids to XXL and several different colours too), tea-towels and shopping bags, all printed with our Exeter CND symbol on the front.

Made from 100% organic cotton or super-soft material made from bamboo, produced in an ethically accredited, wind-powered factory in the UK. Each item is printed to order just for you.

Follow the link to the online shop from
or click the image above and help support us raising funds for campaigning!

Our hand-knitted Jeremy Corbyn dolls are very popular too - get your very own for just £10.00 from the Peace Shop or on one of our stalls.
In addition to our range of CND badges, t-shirts, toys, books, bird-boxes and other goods, we now have our own Exeter CND mugs and these handy bags made from sustainable jute. The bags are 30cm square and 20cm deep so plenty of room for your shopping. They can also take A4 folders and ring-binders so great for students too!. Mugs and bags are just £6.00 each.

All available from the Peace Shop at 31 New Bridge Street, Exeter EX4 3AH. Find us at the bottom of Fore Street in the city centre, just up from the river and across the road from the Hidden Treasure Tea Room.

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