Tag: Cambridgeshire

Protest the beagle puppy factory

2000 Beagle puppies are being sold into VIVISECTION (at just 16 weeks old) every week!
This isn’t just puppy farming, THIS IS FACTORY PUPPY FARMING!
Please join us to protest at the puppy factory farm in support of Camp Beagle
Sawtry Way
PE28 2DT

Demo at Spycop Andy Coles’ Talk on Policing

Andy Coles then and now

Andy Coles then and now

When the truth was exposed about Andy Coles’ history as an undercover police officer, he immediately resigned as Cambridgeshire’s Deputy Police & Crime Commissioner.

He spent four years undercover infiltrating peace and animal rights campaigns, and deceived a vulnerable teenager, ‘Jessica‘, into a year-long relationship. Such activity by the Special Demonstration Squad is one of the darkest parts of Metropolitan Police history, and Met lawyers admit it breaches the fundamental right to freedom from torture, inhuman or degrading treatment.

When his deployment ended, Coles wrote the Special Demonstration Squad’s Tradecraft Manual, which gives instructions on how to conduct sexual relationships with women they’re spying on, and how to steal the identities of dead children.

On exposure on May last year, he locked all his social media accounts. Though he resigned as Deputy PCC, he retains his seat on Peterborough City Council. He has still given no interviews to explain himself, merely several short prepared statements.

However, in recent months he has unlocked his social media and now he is booked to speak on policing issues to the AGM of the Longthorpe and Netherton Residents Association.

Astonishingly, he is speaking alongside the person who took over the Deputy PCC role after Coles was forced to resign, Ray Bisby.

Men who abuse their public roles in order to violate citizens should not be in positions of civic trust. Most especially, they should not be seen as credible voices on the work of the very institution whose power they abused.

Join us to protest about Coles’ continued role in public life. 

DATE: Wednesday December 19th, 5pm (ahead of the AGM at 5.30)

PLACE: St. Jude’s Church, Cranford Drive, Peterborough PE3 7EW

Cambridge Vegan Market

It doesn’t matter whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, or just interested – the Cambridge Vegan Market welcomes everyone! There will be over 50 stalls selling a range of food, drinks, clothes and cosmetics alongside stalls with information about nutrition and the environment.

The market will be held in the Guildhall (right next to the market place) on Sunday 14th May. Doors will open to the public from 10:30am and close at 4:30pm. Tickets will be available on the door and will cost £2 for adults while kids under 12 go free! We expect the venue to get very busy during the day so please come along early so you don’t miss out.

The first 100 people to arrive will get FREE coffee or tea.

If you would like to exhibit please get in touch at jess@earthevents.co.uk

Cambridge Vegan Market is organised by Earth Events Limited. Take at look at our other markets on http://www.veganmarkets.co.uk and http://www.earthevents.co.uk.

To Be Confirmed – Another event is proposed for Sunday 1st October

Cambridge Vegan Fair

Cambridge Vegan Fair is a fun event to celebrate veganism and animal rights, and to provide information for people interested in the vegan lifestyle.

The fourth annual Cambridge Vegan Fair has a bigger venue this year, but it will remain free to enter.

There will be no need to book in advance. Just come!


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